MG15CDR reviews— 19 total
19 user reviews of MG15CDR by Marshall
If your into really strong clean tones and a solid rock tone like T-Rex you'll be in safe hands.
This amp seems to suit them all. Like I said before this amp is meant as a practice amp.
I play a lot of different styles from classical to blues, to hard rock, and even some types of metal...
Don't count on it for anything else. And even if you're just beginning, give the transtube 158/cube 15X a look.
I really wish the overdrive was better and that it was a bit more durable.
that's the reason I got it and not the MG30DFX.
If I got this lost/stolen I would think about about buying this again, but I would see what else is...
If this amp was stolen or lost I would buy it again..
It works well with a distortion pedal as well.
After looking at many other amps and different companies, I got this one because it was perfect.
Bluesy tones aren't so great on it, but I still use the amp to practice some blues.
If it were stolen, I'd definetly get another MG series amp, but probably an MG30, as it is footswitchable.
I have a Peavey Backstage amp which sucks ass, they even took it off their website, and I ahte that...
I have a cheap Strat copy and a Richwood RE125.
My over all impression is great of the amp, but bad of the service and the wait..
Thankfully my Zoom pedals resolves that problem. Other than this, I own a Ibanez 10 watts that is pretty crunchy but not as powerful as the Marshall MG15CDR.
If it was lost or stolen, I probably wouldnt buy it cause I'd want something bigger, but with out the...
I would like some things to be improved on it, but for the money, and the use it is dedicated...
I dont really have much more to say about this amp, except its the best one under 50 watts that...