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Marshall MG100HFX [2009-2011]
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Marshall MG100HFX [2009-2011]

Solid-State Guitar Amp Head from Marshall belonging to the MG4 series.

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Abelkain Abelkain
Publié le 01/19/10 à 00:39
Value For Money : Excellent
Short Description:
- 100 watt true
- 4-channel recordable.
- Section digital effects (Chorus, <a class="tooltip0" style="color: #516681;" href="https://www.woodbrass.com/DELAY"><span style="text-decoration: underline;">Delay</span> <em></em></a> <a class="tooltip0" style="color: #516681;" href="https://www.woodbrass.com/Phaser"><em></em></a> , Flanger).
- <em><a class="tooltip0" style="color: #516681;" href="https://www.woodbrass.com/Reverb"><span style="text-decoration: underline;">Reverb.</span></a></em> Digital.
- Tap tempo
- 3-band EQ
- Master Volume Control
- Compatible Stompware pedal (optional).
- Line Out / MP3 input
- Headphone output with HP emulation
- Dim (mm): 591 x 249 x 275 / Weight: 11.5 Kg
- At the back there are the usual outlets plus an MP3/CD input (I use it for personal work on backing tracks)
- Button damping which extends the spectrum of sound when it engages

Amp head sold without baffle.

Marshall is the transistor, it&#39;s reliable and robust, given its possibités, he deserves a good note, I do not see any negative points, can be integrated noise gate would have been put ...

UTILIZATION

For the config, there&#39;s no easier (I do not know Marshall&#39;s complex either), when the manual ... There&#39;s no need anyway and he made three online ...
For sounds:

The clean is really not bad, it can be a real clean up the sound without having to "crunchifie", sure it&#39;s not one of my AD 120, but it is cleaner than some tube amp, when you glue the integrated effects take it easy and full breadth of its function well, equalization is not bad and it also allows the receiver has to diversify in styles without too much frustration.
Crunch mode from clean, well, I&#39;ve never used too, "not enough for me too" the gain is at the bottom has a slight crunch that is obtained, it may suit some, but given the quality the other channel crunch they could replace it with an acoustic simulation or another drive (I&#39;m two metalheads crunch channel is one too many for me ...)
The drive 1 (or true crunch channel for my taste), and Ben is not all bad, there&#39;s the presence and the texture is really good bill that is far from being cold, we can move the AC / DC to rock softer, it does, once the effects of latched depth and range is there, so it was a pleasant surprise ...
The drive 2 is more distorted than drive, and it&#39;s the right thing, the gain is so you can type in all styles of metal as far as one focuses on the equalization and that avoided the death metal, a real nice surprise on this side.
For reverb I never really liked that Marshall is in very good clean and crunch, but when we need something more for the big dry distos to my taste is better not to put it.
In section effect is more than those drinking well they fulfill their function without distorting the original sound, there is no attention in the quality of a TC electronics but it&#39;s a good idea to have them added.
For the delay, sure it lacks settings etc. ... But it does not hurt too if I want a good headphone and a bin I was 200 Euros and that&#39;s all bad ...
For damping, yeah there is not no shit that has changed the sound giving it depth, but this is not to fall down.

For stompware, it is not included in it a little disgusting, because when we have not used that 50% of the possibilities of the amp, with everything can be assigned and it was more the tuner at the feet ... It&#39;s cool and he really makes the amp can be used anywhere it is a good idea and therefore it lacks a certain amps, the ability to control what we want the feet.

It has 4 real channels or settings are independent of each other just press on and store it in the box, sounds are qualities and I would even say that the price / quality ratio is excellent view that one can use it as is without adding a ton of pedals and multi effects, after the sound is a bit impersonal, but it&#39;s not a RoadKing either, we speak of a 360 head 100W EUR gentlemen.

Oh I forgot the power amp is good too, live in the return sound is not distorted and the potato is, even if it uses that one is not disappointed ...

Given the possibilities, quality and price it deserves a high mark, it will not sound the best in the world with him, but it is surprising I must say.

I stick that 9 stompware because the original is not included.

SOUNDS

Me I do metal, I use it to complete the house amp for rehearsals and live shows I only use the power amp and I stick my POD X3 Live in return, it does (for Me I my sound equipment of any other ways).
For sounds Ive already said it was a large pallet, if you make a very specific style and it suits a good record overall, it was his side&#39;s reliable practice that erases its small flaws.
As I scratched everything I glue (fender, LTD ec 100, etc. ...) no worries, it&#39;s Marshall ....
The sounds are a bit cold but still usable, there&#39;s a crunch that I have not used in general is pretty good I guess.

OVERALL OPINION

It&#39;s been 6 months that I have, I had to replace a head VOX Valvetronix who kept falling in the harbor, I was pleasantly surprised I must admit, I tried and had great amp, but it still lacks something a tuner, delay etc. ... With him we can bring in and have a repeat of its large pallet without lugging a ton of stuff and connectivity. That&#39;s really what makes it most.
For value for money, I do not see better on the market or have to type in any simulation, it is a choice, but it&#39;s still the Marshall with all that that implies its reliability texture etc. .. .
The choice I would do when I want my sound Me I use my head lamp BUGERA 333XL for distos and my JC120 for clean with my X3 Live for effects, when I want a simple and convenient use my MG 100 fx, I can not be more specific.

I may be surenoté this amp say to me, but it&#39;s really cool to plug in two seconds and have a usable and its control with a single pedal, when you have gasworks usual things change life ...
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