MG15CD reviews— 18 total
18 user reviews of MG15CD by Marshall
As a rock/jazz player its OD settings alone could give you some acceptable fuzz when playing lead.
If you never want to play outside your house you'll love it.
nd with decent teqnuqie anything can sound good tho as soon as you've better funds or interest you will be...
I would really have liked that the Clean channel stayed clean all the way.
I have been playing for 6 months pushing 7 now and I own an Ibanez guitar and some bass guitar...
The greatest thing (for me only maybe) is that I can torture this amp to it's limits without the guilt...
I have been playing for about 3 months.
As I say it sounds too fuzzy at times and tinny.
I've been playing for a little over a year.
It is very versatile and therefore suits my music style well.
I've been playing for about 2 years and this is sadly the only amp I own.
I definately plan on getting an effects unit soon, though.
Despite other people being really critical about it, I like it.
I've been playing for over a year, and I use an Epiphone LP Custom, I use a DigiTech Hot Rod...
I take this to school and band practice and it produces a good enough and loud enough sound for that.
Worth the 150 cad with tax, but honestly, save a bit more cash and get a tube amp, these SS...
I'm buying a Laney TF300 (or an MXD120, still haven't decided) but I would still keep this amp.
I've been playing for a year now, no effects tho.