#3
whats your current amp?
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#4
As an upgrade from a $100 squier amp it is good but MGs are terrible any other time.
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#5
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thats exactly what i did!

it sounds alright with a squire but if you'r only get it for the brand name dont bother


its not a proper marshall
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#7
Try to stay away from the "Marshall" Mg30dfx. Many,many players (on here), and elsewhere, are unhappy with them. Please do not be fooled by the logo on the amp. The mg series, is not a Marshall by any means.
#8
Save up and buy an Orange Tiny Terror 15w amp. You will not be disappointed. Amazing tone.
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#9
Forget about the marshall
there are much better amps for even smaller prices

I know it is tempting to get a Marshall, I know I didn't resist, but after you gain some experience you begin to realize how much those amps actually suck. Don't get an MG. Don't get a marshall in that price range for that matter
#11
As I've said before, the MG is just a shiny black paperweight with a Marshall logo glued on with Elmer's glue It's absolute ****.
#12
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Try the VT30 instead, which is the newer (and superior) version.

Also, Marshall just released some new MGs, so the MG30DFX amps aren't as new as you think. The jury's still out on how they sound, though. I wouldn't recommend you get an MG regardless (I've owned the 15 watt model).
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#13
Theres much better amps for the price, I second the Vox VT30
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#14
Quote by dgme92
Save up and buy an Orange Tiny Terror 15w amp. You will not be disappointed. Amazing tone.


I agree. Look into Vox ADxxVT (Or the ADxxVTXL for metal) Or the VTxx. Maybe even the Peavey Vypyrs or the Roland Cubes.

I wouldn't really call the MGs, AVTs or the Mode 4 proper Marshalls. Also, avoid the Line 6 Spider.
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#15
Quote by dgme92
Save up and buy an Orange Tiny Terror 15w amp. You will not be disappointed. Amazing tone.

The TT isn't a good practice amp for someone in the beginning stages of guitar. Its versatility is limited unless you can truly plumb the depths of dynamics with your playing. The Vox recommended and the Peavey Vypyr are both good, versatile practice amps.
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#16
If hes talking about the NEW MG series then you guys shouldn't be calling it terrible just yet considering it's way different then the old MG series.
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#17
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I wouldn't really call the MGs, AVTs or the Mode 4 proper Marshalls. Also, avoid the Line 6 Spider.


Well, the MG is a Park amp made in India and the AVT is a Marshall amp made in England. So, I'd say you're wrong.
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#18
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whats your current amp?


My current amp is a marshall mg15cd
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#23
he might be talking about the new version of the MG, which i sincerely hope is actually decent this time..
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