4.3
1 reviews
86

Marshall MG15FXMS


$515.00 Released September, 2010

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Tone is very clean, doesn't loose anything or distort the audio. Overdrive ads serious power for metal songs. Sound quality will satisfy tube amp enthusiasts.

The Cons:Doesn't give much room for adjustment of the different effects.

The MG15FXMS is a miniature stack-style electric guitar amplifier from Marshall that offers a step-up from the company's standard MG15FX model. Featuring an updated faceplate design and an Mp3/Line In jack for external content playback, this model is equipped with built-in digital effects that include Chorus, Flanger, Phaser and Delay.

Where to Buy

loading.. Loading latest prices from ProductWiki...

Equipped with a single 10-inch speaker and 15 watts of maximum output power, the amp also includes full digital Reverb with a dedicated parameter knob as well as a three-band equalizer for adjustment of bass, middle and treble frequency levels. Separate "Clean:Crunch" and "Overdrive" channels are included for a wide variety of sonic possibilities, with dual-functioning Gain knob that affects the given channel in use. Marshall MG Series footswitch support enables users to create and store four different parameter presets, with external channel select and tap tempo for Delay also available. In addition, a front-mounted 1/8-inch headphone jack provides private practice support and enables access to the MG15FXMS virtually all hours of the day. 

Features

  • Classic Marshall Black/Gold aesthetic
  • 15 watts output power
  • Single 10-inch speaker
  • 4-channel design
  • On-board digital effects
  • On-board digital reverb
  • Internal FDD support
  • Mp3/Line In jack
  • Headphone support
  • MG footswitch support
  • 18.7kg weight

User Reviews (1)

  •  
Add Pros & Cons
86
ProScore
Pros
  • 1

    tone is very clean, doesn't loose anything or distort the audio

  • 1

    overdrive ads serious power for metal songs

  • 1

    sound quality will satisfy tube amp enthusiasts

  • 1

    can handle distortion while staying clean and crisp

  • 1

    output is very loud, can fill a large room

  • 1

    comes with presets that are very useful and high-fidelity

Cons
  • 1

    doesn't give much room for adjustment of the different effects

Comments (0)

What's on your mind? See more ProductWiki Talk

You may also like...