#1
My brother came across this at school, and he really likes it, wants to get one. I've never seen it myself, and I can't find anything on Marshall's site about it, so can anyone give me some info? I've gathered that it's probably SS, seeing as it doesn't have a standby switch, but some more opinions (and average retail prices) would be good.

Thanks UG.
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#2
Sure is wasn't the MG 15RCD ?
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#3
^ no. it is however the old version of the MG, and as such, sucks ass.
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#5
yes, it's been "upgraded" to the MG series.
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#6
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My brother came across this at school, and he really likes it, wants to get one. I've never seen it myself, and I can't find anything on Marshall's site about it, so can anyone give me some info? I've gathered that it's probably SS, seeing as it doesn't have a standby switch, but some more opinions (and average retail prices) would be good.

Thanks UG.

Not all tube amps have standby switches.
#7
I actually have one of these! It was my first amp a good few years ago now and it's still going strong although obviously I've moved on since. I think it actually sounds a bit better than the newer MGs and it is actually quite reasonable for a beginner, particularly considering that they're usually going used and cheap.

I'm actually trying to sell mine at the moment but can't put it on Ebay until I get a new battery for my digicam :P
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