What do you want to use it for?

I'd generally so, no, they aren't worth buying .
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^I'd let a pro look at it. Once you get into the technicalities of screws...well, it's just a place you don't want to be, friend.
Make either a somkey, a little gem or a ruby, cost little to make and are better than those, you can connect them up to cabs you could mod them to have certain things. . . etc.
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I got the "full stack" Marshall MS-4. It's a 4 watts instead of 2. It's cool but don't expect hi-gain distortion out of it! :-) I mostly use it to practice with some friends at my job on lunch breaks, using it with a Boss DS-1 or MT-2 for "real" distortion. Usefull to carry around but don't expect to build your tone around this thing....but basically it's a toy!
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How loud can this thing get?
And how small is it? like same size as a guitar head piece?

they are all small, with tin sounding, tiny speakers. even the fake marshall stack.

if u want a tiny amp, check out the $20 smokey.
if u want a larger battery operated amp, check out a micro cube.

i suggest the smokey over any of them because they all sound the same, and at least this one is only $20.

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