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Marshall MG15FX


$270.00 Released September, 2010

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Overdrive offers great tone for metal styles. Gets very loud even at low settings despite the low wattage. Good range of fun effects, easy to toggle through them.

The Cons:Switching between channels with the small black switch on the front is awkward. Clean channel can seem too light, especially with an effect pedal. Whole amp sounds very flat without the FDD circuit engaged.

The MG15FX is an entry-level electric guitar amplifier from Marshall that offers a step-down from the company's MG15FXMS model and a step-up from the MG15R model. Featuring an updated faceplate design and an Mp3/Line In jack for external content playback, this model is equipped with a host of on-board effects including Chorus, Flanger, Phaser and Delay.

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Full digital reverb is also accessible through a separate dedicated knob, alongside a three-band equalizer for user control of bass, middle and treble frequencies. 15 watts of power are accessible through a single 8-inch speaker, with separate "Clean:Crunch" and "Overdrive" channels providing distinctive tone options. Compatible with Marshall's MG Series footswitch, users can store 4 parameter settings and access tap-tempo for the Delay effect without having to bend down and adjust the amplifier itself. In addition, isolated practice can be achieved through the emulated headphone system for late-night or private rehearsal without sacrificing sound design possibilities. 

Features

  • Classic Marshall Black/Gold aesthetic
  • 15 watts power output
  • Single 8-inch speaker
  • 4 storable channels
  • On-board digital effects
  • On-board digital reverb
  • Mp3/Line In jack
  • Emulated headphone system
  • MG footswitch support
  • 7.7kg weight

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    overdrive offers great tone for metal styles

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    gets very loud even at low settings despite the low wattage

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    good range of fun effects, easy to toggle through them

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    good emulation of older tube amps

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    reverb is very good even with full overdrive

Cons
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    switching between channels with the small black switch on the front is awkward

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    clean channel can seem too light, especially with an effect pedal

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    whole amp sounds very flat without the FDD circuit engaged

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