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Marshall G30RCD
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Marshall G30RCD

Solid-State Combo Guitar Amp from Marshall belonging to the MG series.

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Pucelle_Dabidjan Pucelle_Dabidjan
Published on 03/05/09 at 10:31
It's a combo style amp transistor. Finish at first looks normal even if the average mini-amp low budget. What, in general, not always flying high.

The advantage is that it has two channels, which is not always standard. The output to be a good idea too, but for this it should be fine. ;)

(2) that take off wallpaper. For over one-Tech21 Trademark 30 (which represent the average in this category) or a mini BadCat cat (who represent the cream of the crop), it does not naturally follows.

UTILIZATION

Yes, it's not an amp hard to handle. Except if you want to make out a good sound.

SOUNDS

That's about what I've heard worse in terms of sound. it does not deserve further explanation, the sound is unnatural, whatever your use. Harmonics out torture, dirty and loud this thing. The first time I heard it I thought it was a synth with a (bad) émulteur electric guitar playing. OH Great was my mistake! We can get a result "not just pathetic, but not even correct" for some purposes, but you will need some luck.

In short, if you have no choice you can focus on that thing.

(0) REALLY not worth anything

OVERALL OPINION

I also remember that this combo is devaluing so fast. Its average value in time is around 50-80 euros. You will even pay a lot to get rid of.

I highly recommend to anyone just starting to turn to the ad vox, fender frontman, Roland cube, Rocktron Velocity or Tech21 Trademark 30. If Thune is your problem, go ogle the side of randall used. A RH100, an RG, a century old or Commander II are often sold at prices below any agreement and it still a hit more.

(0) I do not recommend this purchase at all, ever, even in a moment of madness!
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