At the time it was introduced, the Marshall MG15DFX was the cheapest electric guitar amplifier to come on the market with Marshall’s digital effects – DFX. That’s the MG15DFX‘s claim to fame. But what is Marshall’s digital effects? And why would anyone care about this now-replaced model? Weighing in at only 15 watts, this solid-state amp’s […]
Best Marshall Amplifiers (Guitar Marshall Amp Reviews & Features)
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On this page, you'll find reviews on many of the most popular amps Marshall ever manufactured.
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=>> Marshall Mini Stack Series
Marshall Amplifiers are possibly the most well-known and respected amplifiers on the market today.
Chances are when you are at your favorite musicians concert they are being back up by a Marshall Stack.
Known for producing louder sound than the competition, many bands will back themselves with a wall of Marshall amps.
Marshall Amplification is a British company founded by Jim Marshall.
Originally Marshall gave drumming lessons and sold musical equipment.
As time went on Jim knew he could produce a better amp for a cheaper price.
So he started his mission, enlisting two of his friends to help with the electrical details.
Their idea was to take the then popular fender amps - replicate and improve them. The end result was the JTM 45.
With a closed back cabinet and four 12-inch speakers the “Marshall Sound” was introduced into the world.
As guitar rock music grew so did the demand for louder more powerful amps.
Pete Townshend of The Who began working with Marshall to satisfy his thirst for louder rock.
The result was the Marshall Stack, and rock would never be the same.
Marshall has continued to push the limits with their amps, and is still favored by top musicians.
Throughout the years they have worked with Jimi Hendrix, Zakk Wylde, and Slash among many others.
Their newest amps have more power and distortion than ever, keeping smiles on the faces rockers everywhere.
The MG10G is filled with pure Marshall tone. You get your choice of Clean and Overdrive channels and a Profit channel Contour control for shaping your sound. The MG10G is excellent for bedroom training — it is possible to crank it without even bothering the neighbors. There is nothing weak about its tone. Its revolutionary […]