#1
mi audio's doing amps now. Screw the marshall 5 and boogera, what's the deal with these bad boys?

http://www.musictoyz.com/guitar/amps/miamp.php

clips: http://www.miamplification.com/multimedia.htm


Last edited by pak1351 at Aug 20, 2009,
#3
Quote by pak1351
Screw the marshall 5

You can't really compare the two because this is 10x the price of the Class 5....
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#4
i can't compare hype of guitar amps that haven't been released yet? Glad that's cleared up, not comparing the tone since they're not out yet and it's impossible.

Shit, lighten up.
#5
Do not want.
#7
On the front: 24 knobs, 17 switches.
On the back: 14 knobs, 4 switches.
Total: 38 knobs, 21 switches. That's 3 times what my entire rig has.

I'm sure it sounds good, but this is another one of those $3000 amps you'll never be able to play in a store.
#9
the Marshall 5watt seems a lot like a Blackstar HT-5...

On a different, more relevent note, the amp looks like a tweekers heaven, or maybe a "plug and play" hell. I would totally get the cathode 3-way switch as my extra. So, I could have Fender cleans, Mesa overdrive, JCM overdrive, and even a channel for uber-drone. In the end I would probably just throw a Black Coffee going to the power amp
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#10
I'm interested in what exactly is going on in there. 4 channels, with a low, medium, and high gain channel within each, four effects loops, very curious.

Roc, depends on what store
#11
i think that's too much stuff.
i'm sure you can get some amazing tones out of it, but there's so much to turn and switch on that amp, i would be lost for the first month or so trying to use it.
much like the mesa boogie road king (love the sound, hate all the knobs and such)
i just like simple amps like the jmps and jcm 800s
#12
looks promising but still expensive
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#13
if i could afford it on the spot, i'd probably buy one.
but it's not really something i would save up for.
#15
Quote by no_thing101
i hope they bring out a cheaper 2 channel version.

that's a good idea.
but it probably won't be that much cheaper.
Marshall's JVM series amps are available in 4 or 2 channels and the 2 channel one isn't much less.
#16
Quote by SeanX3187
that's a good idea.
but it probably won't be that much cheaper.
Marshall's JVM series amps are available in 4 or 2 channels and the 2 channel one isn't much less.

what about also making it half power? 50 watts is plenty power.
Last edited by no_thing101 at Aug 22, 2009,
#17
I'd like to try one. I always want to try out these 'versatile' amps and see how well they cop the tones. I agree that there a lot of knobs, but if you spend the time to tweak and keep track of the settings on a spreadsheet or notebook, that could be real handy.
#18
Quote by no_thing101
what about also making it half power? 50 watts is plenty power.

i think if it were a 50w 2 channel amp, it would be significantly cheaper, and a much better buy.
i would actually consider it.