MG15CDR review by Marshall

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  • Sound: 9
  • Overall Impression: 9
  • Reliability & Durability: 9
  • Features: 8
  • Reviewer's score: 8.8 Superb
  • Users' score: 6.3 (147 votes)
Marshall: MG15CDR

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Sound — 9
As I said before, it is great for almost any kind of music. It can be soft enough so you can't hear it outside of one room, or you canmake the whole house hear it(considering that you don't have a giant mansion). The distortion can be made how ever you want it to br, from light distortion to really heavy.

Overall Impression — 9
This amp is best for any type of rock. After looking at many other amps and different companies, I got this one because it was perfect. I would deffinetely get this one again, or one a little bigger but basically the same. If you are a future musician wanna be, you should get this or at least get a Marshall, because I have tried other amps likr Fender amps, but this is the best yet.

Reliability & Durability — 9
This is a great amp. You wouldn't need any other amps unless you are a big rockstar with millions of dollars and is going on a world tour. I have had it for about two years, and it has never broken down and I don't think it will for a long time. You could depend on it for at least 10 years I would say.

Features — 8
This amp is good for a lot of kinds of music. I use it for classic rock, but it is good for soft rock, heavy metal, and and anything in between. If you are looking for an amp for country music, you should get an acustic guitar or look for some other amp, because it doesn't have that kind of sound acustics have. It has two channels, clean and distortion. It has reverb, but no other effects. It's better to get pedals anyways. This amp is good for small gigs and practice around the house. It does have a headphone jack, which makes it great for practice.

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    Haha, the amp aint THAT bad, but it is pretty bad, though i think i probably killed it =/, i got mine for only 120$ XD
    I have it , i think its ok but i savin for a Crate FXT120 and then after that i wana get one of those vox DA5's, they look like good portable amps
    This is meant to be slightly distorted at full volume. It's meant to simulate a tube