#1
wtf??? marshall has a stack that is 9 inches tall!!!! it is powered by by a 9 volt battery. It is 60 bucks. It has gotten very good reviews. Whats your opinion on this?? They have it on musicians friend.
#2
This kid i know owns one and said it was pretty cool while it lasted. he's gotten sick of it and is selling it to me for lik 30. It seems pretty cool due to the fack that you can walk down the street, shredding some pantera or such, and be heard!
#3
its a mini amp, wt a mini speaker. its a toy.
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#4
lol sounds kool
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#6
I've got one, they're pretty handy for going on the road or for little gatherings if thats what you plan on doing. It gives a pretty decent sound, although there isnt much of a clean tone on it. I'd say its worth the money, plus this way you can say you own a Marshall amp.
#7
I might get one, or something similar, just because when I travel I like to bring my guitar (my acoustic) but it's big, a fragile and such. I get worried about luggage crushing it, or airline workers mistreating it.

This way I could bring my back up electric (or even my Tele for that matter) and have a little amp.
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#8
Quote by jj1565
its a mini amp, wt a mini speaker. its a toy.


Yes. Yes it is. And it sounds horible. Like..awfull. Oh well...as said, its a toy.
#9
You could get a roland microcube instead.

That amp owns any solid state marshall any day.
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#12
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You could get a roland microcube instead.

That amp owns any solid state marshall any day.

Um..the MicroCube is $125...
#13
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This kid i know owns one and said it was pretty cool while it lasted. he's gotten sick of it and is selling it to me for lik 30. It seems pretty cool due to the fact that you can walk down the street, shredding some pantera or such, and be heard!

How you gonna play the guitar if you gotta hold the stack?
#14
I don't really think its worth the money and time to buy these ministack amps unless you're in sutiuation where you must have an amp handy or you'll die.
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but at least the stack wont crap i your house
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#17
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but at least the stack wont crap i your house


that amp will crap all over your house and in your ears..it will leave a ****ty path as well..