#1
Or buying a new one. whatever you want to call it. so I have some questions:

1. I want a marshall amp. I don't do gigs yet so should I just get a MG?
(its the only one I can afford.)

2. I have a choice between an RG120 or save up for a Dinky. what do you think?

3. I want a very flexible distortion pedal but I don't know any. right now I have a ds-1

Keep in mind that I'm just above beginner right now. somewhere around intermediate.
#2
1) What styles do you play?
2) Whats your budget?
3) Also what's your current rig?
#3
If you are upgrading to an MG you must be playing through a blown car stereo at the moment. They suck so hard it ain't even funny. I played a show, and the venue had one of them(house band plays their as well). My guitar tone was ****, I eventually just ran right into the board. Forget about the MG and save your money or just buy a combo. People always feel the need to buy half stacks, which in most cases is unnecessary.
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#4
Don't buy a Marshall just because it's a Marshall. Until you get to the DSL range and above, almost anything else in the price range > Marshall.
#5
dont get an MG, there are sooooo many better amps out there in that price range, like...anythings better than an MG.
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