Marshall MG15CD
Marshall MG15CD

MG15CD, Solid-State Combo Guitar Amp from Marshall in the MG 2nd Gen series.

iamqman 05/26/2011

Marshall MG15CD : iamqman's user review

« Best $100 you'll spend.  »

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This thing is quite amazing for the price. This is a 15 watt practice amp by Marshall that sounds fantastic. It has two channels and each channel shares the same EQ such as bass middle and treble. What is also great about this amp is the ability to plug an MP3 player of CD player and play along to your favorite backing tracks or MP3 songs.

It is rally a simple front panel with just the few eq's and the gain and volume. It has a small button to go from the clean channel to the dirty channel.

Marshall MG15 15-watt Guitar Combo Amp Features:

Output: 15 watts RMS
Speaker: 1 x 8"
Channels: Two (Clean and Overdrive)
3-band EQ control
Line in for MP3 and other music players
Headphone/line out with speaker emulation


Type Solid State
Number of Channels 2
Power 15W
Speakers 1 x 8"
No Effects
No Reverb
EQ Bass, Middle, Treble
No Amp Modeling
Preamp Tubes No Tubes
Power Tubes No Tubes
Inputs 1 x Instrument, 1 x MP3/Line (1/8")
Outputs 1 x Headphone (1/8")
No Footswitch
No Effects Loop
Height 14.92"
Width 15"
Depth 8.07"
Weight 16.31 lbs.


I love the way this sounds with a Gibson Les Paul. Marshall and Gibson even though were created by different people on different continents somehow were eternally designed to match each other. They just absolutely make the best sonic sound that music can probably make.

The clean channel isn't too bad abut the thing sounds best to me in the dirty channel. Even when the gain is turned up all the way it still managers to retain the note clarity and string separation needed to be audibly desirable. The is a very promising attribute when jamming along with this amp.


At new these amps come in at around $ 99 which in my opinion is an absolute steal of a price for what you get. You get a two channel amp that sounds superb for being a solid state amp and the price is just to hard to pass up.

I would recommended this to anyone looking to buy an entry level Marshall amp and doesn't want to break the bank to do it either. Also, for someone who would like to play and jam silently at home or in the office and wants to have a decent tone as well.