All user reviews of 1/5 for the Marshall MG15DFX
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thurston's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)
equa three bands, clear channel and overdrive channel, plus 4 effects not really useful.
Made in India
It's quite simple yes, but you get hard against a good sound, so plain you will be fine in distortion as the knobs do not die ... its not at all progressive, but no manual not too bad ...
This amp is a freelance beginners, it is more likely than anything else you dgouter, even with a guitar more than correct (ressiu fender telecaster 62 'MIJ) was screaming sounds rough ...
I have two years (well above the majority of people giving their opinion), this amp is a real freelance beginners, make no mistake this amp has to marshall the name , go to the cot of fender, Vox, Hughes and Kettner, Peavey, all these names do not speak forcment as beginners, yet for the same price you can find really much better, In any case, do not be fooled by the lure of maque ...
here is a link that will explain why it is so bad with sound clips and various photos ( )
2 of 2 people found this review helpful
nono51's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)
is a 15 watt transistor with the logo marshmall
It's pretty simple but you can not have a good sound
need a hand to play in the rain, no manual aprender
C of crap really
I never buy it !!!!!!
it is not unworthy of a marshall amp (JCM 900.2000)
1 of 2 people found this review helpful