Muscians friend, it was cheap and I wanted a cheap Marshal amp, I paid $100.
Its small, has great tone and lots of features. Its the best practice amp you can buy if you are just starting to play guitar. Plays weel at high and low volumes and can be used for any style of music. The CD in and emulated line out are great plusses too. Its not too heavy, not too light, not too loud, not too quiet and definately not too expensive. Its just right.
Not quite loud enough for jamming with a band if you have a loud drummer or bassist. I dont like the contour feature on the EQ that much.
Very durable. Has survived 4 years of college and several viscious attacks from my dog.
The best practice/beginner amp. Make this your first amp.
Bought at Sam Ash.sold for 99.99 but out of the box so 5 dollars off. marshall is like top of the line and has a lot of distortion.
it has a lot of distortion and it is easy to set the equilizer (seeing as the equilizer has only three knobs).it is of decent size and sound.i thought 15W wasnt loud but if you turn the volume to 5-7 it is enough to hear from your driveway.
it has i lot of backround sound and that's about it.