#2
the conventional wisdom on Marshalls is that if you're not buying an all-tube, fairly pricey amp, don't buy from Marshall.

and, as we all know, MG's and similar marhsalls are dogged by complaints about poor tone, poor construction / reliability, and faulty wiring / parts.

there are those who support MG's and the various other hybrid amps that Marshall makes, but none of them truly compare to the higher end ones. And for the money you'd pay, you could get a much better hybrid amp from some other maker.
#4
Not bad but you can do better for the price. What's your budget, styles, location, gigging situation and are you willing to go used?
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#7
Quote by mmolteratx
Not bad but you can do better for the price. What's your budget, styles, location, gigging situation and are you willing to go used?


Actually,this is not cause i'm buying a new amp.
Just heard a demo where it sounded pretty good,and wanted to hear about it here.
If 'd get it,it would be in a few months when i have more money.
If you wanna suggest something,here you go:about 750$,punk/alternative rock/hard rock,Israel,not gigging,new only.
#8
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dude your so cool.

in all seriousness the haze is probably loads better then the mg.
#9
I could see the Haze being a really nice amplifier. It WILL be overpriced, but I honestly can't wait to try it.
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