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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zetor 08/15/2005

Marshall MG100DFX : zetor's user review

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Amp transistors 100 watt lamps simulation (...)
2 channels (clean / overdrive)
The clean channel has a crunch button (which switches between a lightweight crunch has a saturated fat)
qualisation spare on each channel (3 bands)
SETTING THE contour

4 effects (well, 3 = chorus, delay, flanger and chorus / delay effects combined in one)
rglage volume effects
a rverb numrique
an effects loop (with rglage mix the effects loop)

connections: between one cd, effects loop, line out with accumulation of hp

footswitch (it looks like There's only me who can write here ^ ^ footswitch) with 2 buttons: one to change the channel, and to enable / disable the effects rgls Prior.

I put 9 because the effects are really bad

UTILIZATION

Use very simple (well for me).
This gives her an easy but not good sound.
Manual not clear because in English but there is no need.
I put 8 in use since the setting does not easily obtained

SOUNDS

It is not at all in my stylee music because I play metal.
I use a Jackson RR5 Ibanez SA160 and the sound is never very good.
The sound is neither bold nor crystalline, it is enormously difficult tjs saturated and the light is bad.

OVERALL OPINION

I use it for 6 months.
the aesthetic is very good but its bad
nn and I regret it, because then I tried the NADB is best for 112 or 350 for the same Huges and Kettner took the 100.
The ratio price quality not very good on this amp is really buying the brand and the brand alone.
nn I would do not have that choice, I'll rained cot Laney or Peavey