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Marshall MG15MSZW - Zakk Wylde

Solid-State Guitar Stack / Half Stack from Marshall belonging to the MG 2nd Gen series

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Published on 06/17/08 at 13:36
Any transistor amp into 3 parts
1 head and 2 cabinets (Stack 3 body)
Retro and limited edition;
15 real watts highlighted by two small enclosures.

A single input instrument
Emulating an output line an output hp
1 headphone output emulating HP (breathless as certain ...)

2 footswitchable channels that are not, shame!
A clean channel with volume independent (well)
1 Distortion channel with Gain and Master Independent
Equalisation Bass Medium acute Spring Reverb (Plate), common to both channels.

A magic button on boosted channel that boosts the midrange, power, and I do not know what!
This button is activated, it is a joy.

UTILIZATION

Setup is simple on branch, you can play, take the slap ...

Very few amps fan transistor, especially for 6-string guitar I was very surprised at the sound reproduction!

The clean channel allows the right medium to Marshall, does not drooling too low in many models present in race condition.

Boosted channel delivers a nice crunch, but with a sustain note ended with a sense of arrival gate too quickly, this effect dissipates as soon as you push the master of the amp, the speakers took over, and the whole "singing" very well.

By pushing the gain up to half, the sound takes off and begins to scream;
Climbing gradually master the amp gives its full dimension, and the notion of big sound differs from the overall sound pressure for the advertised power is awfully good.

The magic button pressed, there is a perceived surplus of medium power, the amp is actually boosted, rounder, saturation is straight, slightly fatty, transistors are quickly forgotten, I have a JMP1, and the comparison can explain the sustain of the note!

The two baffles cash in the total volume without flinching! it is rare for a small model of this kind.

The sound is there for such a device, a proper feedback Hendrixienne express trends,
some sharp riffs give the exchange a lot of different styles of rock ...

This amp really stands out series standard models of the brand.
Thank you Jim! Marshall forever ...

The manual .... No need!

SOUNDS

Marshall is a right to play a neutral or donf!
This model meets these two criteria.

The guitars used are all that I own, see my profile ...

Sounds: two sound, two Marshall sound!

I like everything, of course ...

OVERALL OPINION

I use it for a week

No downside, the magic button gives more than just a boost or other ...

I tried all models of this type of power in the soft and hard rock niche.
No one sounds correctly (Rock)!

The price / quality ratio is unbeatable

I would definitely do it again this election, this amp is a "massacre"
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