#1
So i was thinking about getting this but is it really worth it it is on clearance on musicians friend. Any feedback is good

thank you
#5
Nope, as UG will tell you.

Any one else think that the words "Marshall MG" in the title should just stop the article getting posted? (j/k)
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#6
If it were cheap enough it would make a passable practice amp.....but it's certainly not cheap enough.
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#8
Quote by al112987
no, it's not worth the money. It is essentially...
http://www.zzounds.com/item--MSHMG15CD

this amp, with two mini 1x10 speaker cabinets.

NO! I owned the microstack as my first amp and my best buddy from high school had the one in the link. I can tell you that they are very different. The microstack has more gain, and the tone is a fair amount better comparitabley.

But this doesnt take away from the fact that they are both poor amps. I was just correcting your comparison . Do not get that amp! It's an overpriced practice amp and you could do better.
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#9
It's a trap!

Don't get it.
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#10
No.

Seriously, no.
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#11
don't get the MG unless you want to sound like zakk wylde having a CRUSHINGly bad tone day.
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