#1
should i get a marshall mg15dfx or a marshall microstack for a practice amp/studio amp
#2
no, try a vox valvetronix or a roland cube. Much better amps for the price
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dont get an MG
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#4
Fun fact of the MG, when they were being sold branded as Park amps, they were half the price, and on ebay you can get them for around $50.
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dude, the mg is hated with a passion by people on these forums. try a vox valvetronix. thats a great practice amp. (i have one)
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#7
you're probably going to want at least 30 watts. The AD30VT is about $250 or $380 for the 50 watt
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