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Marshall Portable Guitar Amps user reviews

  • Marshall MG2FX

    Marshall MG2FX - "needs more power"

    12/01/11

    Having just reviewed a really bad portable amp, I feel compelled to give kudos to a product that figured it out. The Marshall MG2FX is a portable guitar amp. It is powered by 6 AA batteries, or the optional AC adapter. There is one 1/4" input and a p…

  • Marshall MG2FX

    Marshall MG2FX - "Nice little amp"

    08/10/11

    If you are a Marshall nut like myself and you are in need or a good sounding practice amp then this might be the amp for you. This is a low watt headphone featured and MP3/CD player featured mini combo amp from Marshall. It has an input for an AUX if…

  • Marshall MS-2

    Marshall MS-2 - "Marshall MS-2 Micro Amp"

    12/12/10

    This is the miniature pocket amp version of a Marshall halfstack. Half top, half useful. You can power it with an AC plug or a 9 volt battery. Also features a belt loop in case you wanted to rock out on the go. Knobs are Clean or Overdrive swit…

  • Marshall MS-2R

    Marshall MS-2R - mooseherman's review

    04/27/10

    This is a really small solid-state amp, one that can fit into your guitar case. There is simply a 1/4" input, nothing more. There is about 15 watts delivered if I am not mistaken. there is one channel, and two eq knobs that control EQ as well as gain…

  • Marshall MS-2

    Marshall MS-2 - moosers's review

    05/20/09

    The Marshall MS-2 is a solid state, extremely small and portable guitar amplifier. It contains only a measly single watt and is powered either by a nine volt battery or a power supply. It has the look of a real Marshall stack and it really does pack …

  • Marshall MS-2

    Marshall MS-2 - Audiofanzine FR's review

    03/08/09

    (Originally written by Saturator/translated from Audiofanzine FR) 2 watt solid-state amp with guitar input and external PSU input. Controls: volume and tone knobs, on/off and clean/overdrive combo-switch. It's quite basic but enough for a …

  • Marshall MS-2

    Marshall MS-2 - "Marshall MS-2"

    02/15/04

    I bought it from a local music shop for £21.00. I got it as a stopgap before I can afford a better amp and guitar. I like the looks of the little unit, just like a tiny half stack, and its surprisingly loud for a tiny little amp. Also the clean chan…

  • Marshall MS-2

    Marshall MS-2 - "Marshall MS-2 Micro Amp"

    12/07/03

    I purchased this from electrohill in London, for £19.95, I needed something to carry around on holiday, so I don't lose touch with my guitar (sounds sad) Its so handy to use and carry. You can clip it on to your trousers, so you can walk around with…

  • Marshall MS-2

    Marshall MS-2 - "Marshall MS-2"

    09/18/03

    i got this guitar yesterday for $40.00 from musiciansfriend.com it is really small but the sound is actually loud.great for writing songs to and just messin' around.marshall is always great anyways. i don't like how a bunch of headphones don't fit…

  • Marshall MS-2

    Marshall MS-2 - "Marshall MS-2"

    07/14/03

    Just bought the little amp today for 35 bucks via a SamAsh not too far away from my house. Well, i've read many reviews prior to actually purchasing this mini-amp, so i was at first a little hesitant. BUT, this little amp is very cool. Of course, it…