Marshall MG100DFX
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Marshall MG100DFX

MG100DFX, Solid-State Combo Guitar Amp from Marshall in the MG 2nd Gen series.

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02/01/2012

Marshall MG100DFX : Anonymous 's user review

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USE

Nothing to say. It is simple and intuitive. Dtail funny, the receiver starts humming the same as a laptop PC. Nothing Gnant.

SONORITS

I t forced to use this amp repeats. I expected the sound slurry group but I will most qu'agrablement surprised.
Well I have not been around the thing, I just rgl to get a good big crunch pchu well. Overdrive channel, OD1, while MIDI and EQ gain too. I have not Switch-on the button that is supposed to emulate the lamps.
So if the sound as it is quite garish, once a group it is quite another. No evil out of the mix and no volume problem.



NOTICE GLOBAL

In terms of style I play punk rock on a telecaster. In all honesty I think if we had done a blind test he would not t obvious to say that this was a transistor amp. I already had an otherwise rotten with his all-tube heads.
So I guess for the big Mtal has not be the foot. But for less demanding level music sound he scratched his job very well.
I will rest in Valvestate and'd never retouch from a transistor amp.
The same I still feel that there's been a sacred Interim progress of the gear range.
In short very pleasantly surprised.