Marshall MG10KK (Kerry King)

Marshall MG10KK (Kerry King)

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MG10KK (Kerry King), Solid-State Combo Guitar Amp from Marshall in the MG 2nd Gen series.

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Marshall MG10KK (Kerry King) tech. sheet

  • Manufacturer: Marshall
  • Model: MG10KK (Kerry King)
  • Series: MG 2nd Gen
  • Category: Solid-State Combo Guitar Amps
  • Added in our database on: 11/28/2007

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Marshall MG10KK (Kerry King) user reviews

Average Score:3.0( 3/5 based on 3 reviews )
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iamqman's review

Marshall MG10KK (Kerry King)
Marshall has the amp for you if you need to sound like an idiot. The proverbial idiot himself Kerry King has a solid state amp that sound like trash and looks like the same stupid tattoo that he has on his arm. This guy is about is about 150 lbs dripping wet and 60 of it in his belly. Why on earth would anyone want to sound like this guy is beyond me. His tone isn't anything special. It is basically a boosted Marshall JCM800. Wow nobody has ever done that before. Kerry must be the first.


Output (RMS): 10 Watt

Channels: 2

CD Input: Yes

Emulated Line Out: Yes

Emulated Headphone Out: Yes

FDD (Frequency Dependent Damping): Yes

Speaker: 1 x 6.5 inch

Dimensions: 11.6 x 12.2 x 7.4 inches

Weight: 11 lbs.


This is away for Marshall to capitalize on the Slayer crowd and get some money. I understand that but this guy is a joke. There is nothing unique about his tone. A JCm800 that's boosted. Everyone and their grandmother has done that before. Wow he is a brilliant player altogether it is a sound that has been repeated over and over again on every rock record from 1980 through 2000 and then still today.

This little piece of junk amp is a clean channel and distorted channel. The only thing that is useful on this amp is that it has the FFD dampening which is helpful in getting a thicker distortion tone. Th clean is terrible at best and the overall tone is nothing to write home about. Save you money and get the Kerry King tube wait that is still a boosted JCm 800 that is completely overpriced. Save you money and buy a used Marshall JCm 800 for around $700 and get a Boss Sd-1 for about $60 and you be set for less than $800.


These amps have been discontinued. Thank God this garbage is off the marker. I would buy the Dave Mustain stuff because I like him and he has some talent. This guy is a joke who tries to be harder than he is. Hey Kerry your tone is garbage and you tattoos are amateur at best. Shave that stupid rats nest off your face as well!
deadstar assembly12/22/2007

deadstar assembly's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Marshall MG10KK (Kerry King)
10 watts


The configuration is simple
we get a good sound
The manual is sufficient


He fits my style of music
I play a BC Rich Warlock Bronce II
we obtain a fat
I love his high pitch


I use it for early December
The particular feature I like most is the design. What I like least is that it is a 10 watts
No I did not try other models
It's a good qualitprix
No, I would do not have that choice, I will take rather a Line6 or Yamaha

casimir+'s review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Marshall MG10KK (Kerry King)
Small transistor amp of 10 watts. Between a jack, one for a CD/MP3 and One last for a pedal I think. Rglages level, it is a very primitive amp: 2 channels light / saturated volume for each, outline gnral, and setting the gain. It's too bad we can not rgler bass and treble, seems essential to me ... No effect, but I do not care personally, I prefer to have a nice full sound effects.


Configuration too simple, no broad sonic palette, from outside the area, 2 knobs to fiddle with saturated one clearly is less than the bare minimum, even though at least. The manual is ample, almost superfluous hand if you did not know that you should never make fun of water in it.


I play metal, the sound is pretty ugly for saturated agreements, it goes for the solos but turn down the volume on your guitar if you do not want background noise super ugly. In clean, sound is very correct. is the signing of Kerry King, but that is yet saturated PCHE and clean which is good ... I play an Ibanez MTM2 so very metal pin but even when relatively versatile thanks to the 5 positions. Anyway I put a few points for its clean passes. The ONLY power is 10 watts and means, even if a does not hinder me because for now I just play in my room.


I use it for about a month.
the +: uh ... easy to use, adpanne, small
the -: sound, rglages very limited.
I tried the Line 6 spider 3 and the Roland cube in the same range, they are much better than the Marshall, the best so I think the Roland.
The price is low, such as quality, therefore a report qualitprix not bad, nothing more. With experience, I will choose the line 6 or roland, in fact the seller had made a big discount on my guitar with this amp if I opt for the other thing.

I'm really deu in this product, I will soon buy a Peavey a bit more powerful, and a lot better. Marshall below 50 watts, you pay the brand.

J'espre my opinion will be useful, and I t as objective as possible.

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