#1
I know that Marshall is a big and trusted name for guitar amplifiers but orange are looking and sounding amazing.

What is the better amp?
#2
Orange definately. Marshall MG's are the biggest piece of shit ever. Worse than Line 6 Spiders. Oranges on the other hand are pretty damn good for the price
#3
Should I chop off my left leg or my right?
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#4
Marshall is a big name, but they've let most of their products go to shit recently (the low to mid price stuff)
#5
MG's are well known to be nothing but a big fridge magnet in this area.

Everyone will be telling you to get the Orange.

Budget? Genre? Current gear? Location?

We could help you get more choices.
#6
the orange isn't that much better than the MG imo
imo the MG sounded better with cleans
and with distortion, both were really bad

Syriel has right, just give us more details

Quote by Dillonski
I know that Marshall is a big and trusted name for guitar amplifiers but orange are looking and sounding amazing.

What is the better amp?


marshall sucks ( especially the lower end-stuff )
orange is the same ( too expensive and the SS-ones are really bad IMHO )
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Last edited by Tunder250 at Apr 24, 2011,
#8
Niether. Vox Pathfinder would be better imo. Nicest practice amp I've ever heard. Unless you want something higher gain, then maybe a Peavey Vyper or something.

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#9
Quote by ub3r_bassist666
Niether. Vox Pathfinder would be better imo. Nicest practice amp I've ever heard. Unless you want something higher gain, then maybe a Peavey Vyper or something.


Coming from me that actually has a VoX PF, i'd go ahead and say +1. IMO it also has a decent amount of gain on tap, so unless you're playing death metal or something I'd say it can handle it.

Its also cute.
#10
Quote by Syriel
Budget? Genre? Current gear? Location?

We could help you get more choices.

this.
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#13
Get the Fender Mustang, the FUSE software makes the amp super versatile. And it sounds very good IMO.
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#14
The both sound pretty bad compared to other amps for the same price. I'm a huge advocate for the Peavey Vypyr. It can do way more, and do it all better than either of those two, by far.

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#15
nah its not about chooping the right or the left leg its like asking should i cut my weenie or should i cut my weenie
get a vypyr
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#17
i reported this for lack of info.

it's basically a vs thread.

if the TS really wanted help they would answer the questions asked.
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