Marshall MG15 cdr
List: $189.00USD on Musicians Friend
-Carries the Marshall name
-Good overdrive channell at medium volumes
-Cd input/Output/headphone jack included
-Decent clean channel at medium volumes
-Loud for a 15W
-Nice blues clean crunk when clean channel is cranked
-Tough and sturdy
-Fits in a locker ;)
-Sound crumbles at high volume
-No footswitch (but you can't really expect one on a 15W anyway)
-Line out sound and headphone jacks sound like crap (but such can be expected as the speaker is eliminated)
-Reverb could be better
I have owned this amp for a few years and have yet to find one in the same class that i appreciate just as much. The overdrive channel is amazing imho for the wattage. This won't quite cut above drums, but it is loud for it's size. It has been kicked around and dropped and has held up great through the years.
For the price range I would definately reccomend this amp to any beginner to anyone who wants something to practise with. Props to Jim and the gang for creating an affordable practise amp for us.
Right now it's on sale for 139.99 on Musician Friend
I just sold a Marshall micro-stack which had essentially the same guts.
It looked small next to my TSL100/4x12 but sounded great considering the price (it was 10 x cheaper !).
I agree wholeheartedly about not having a foot switch to change channels. I used to use a stomp box. Worked well but just not quite the same.
I use to have the mg10cd. It was the little one with the 6.5" speaker. I can definitely vouch for it's massive tone for such small amps.
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