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Marshall MG30DFX
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Marshall MG30DFX

Solid-State Combo Guitar Amp from Marshall belonging to the MG 2nd Gen series.

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Mallhard Mallhard
Published on 02/01/08 at 14:09
Marshall MG30DFX transistor

30 watts

2 + channel knob effects

USE

Very simple configuration

yes we can ... should not be demanding ^^

the manual is very clear

SONORITS

It should have my style of music of the moment and I play at home

esp ltd f-50, Ibanez "smash box" SM7

NOTICE GLOBAL

Hello,

so I bought this MG30DFX, I was very happy at the beginning, to my home was more than adequate. but for some time, I think the overdrive channel sorely lacking fishing! even with the gain background I could get the sound of departure I feel,

so I added an Ibanez pedal "smash box" SM7 but still rough ... my guitar is an LTD F-50 with micros "m ....." esp LH-100 is ... it took a hit in the pear? I know ... he has two months as well as the guitar and the pedal (all bought at the same time), if this is the case it really is not strong, so dcevant.
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