#1
If you came here to tell me it's crap. Go away.
I only just noticed this. The angled cab doesn't actually appear to make any sound. If I just plug it in on it's own... nothing, but the other cab does. I mean, it's only a showy-off kind of amp, so i suppose this could just be for decoration, or on the other hand my MG could just lving up to its rep.
Can anyone verify this?
#2
It's probably, like you said, MG living up to its bad reputation.
My Gear:
American Deluxe HSS Strat
Crate GT212
Vintage '66 Fender Champ Amp
Dunlop Crybaby 535Q
Jekyll & Hyde Ultimate Overdrive
Vintage '74 MXR Script Phase 90
Vintage '77 MXR Flanger
Orange Squeezer (clone)
#4
I just took the back wood thing off the cab, the spade connector fell off. Jebus.

Reconnected and it works fine now.
Huzzah. Full ebay resale.
#5
Quote by electrik
Living up to its rep.


to be fair the amp cost like $80...at least on ebay. its not like he payed a ton for it...but yeah mg's aren't great amps.
#6
I know they aren't. I'm selling it to put money towards a vox ad50vt.
But it's been a nice little amp. Par the distortion.
#7
^If you like it, who cares what the reputation is?

Hey guys! I just started playing electric guitar should I get a Gabson Lay Pall or a Femdor Startokaster. I like the picks on the gabsons but i like how sweet femdors look. Beforre i get a gabson what company makes them?
#8
I just wanted to know if the amp was supposed to be like that. I don't care for the rep. My jag has probably got the worst rep of all the fenders. And I still <3 it.
Just pointing out that MG's are knowing for sucking. And that may be associated with it going crap.

I don't particularly like it, the OD makes me cry.