Discussion in 'Guitar Gear Talk Forum' started by drock666, Mar 27, 2011.
Let me know if anyone's clearing out a Marshall amp in Mumbai Pune area.. 15 to 30 watts
MG15CDR @ 5.5k
MG10CDR @ 4k
pm me if interested
The mg15cdr has a couple of issues though. The speaker is a little scratchy and the volume pot on the dirty channel is a little troublesome. If it's for practice only, then it's fine but if you intend to gig with it, I'd advice against it.
Mg series SUCK and so do spiders
i wont pay even 500 for it
i would get a new peavey vypyr instead its a million times better than the mg
i hope i didnt offend you
And why do you want a marshall huh just because they are marshalls dosent make them good the marshalls which you generally see in music videos are generally jcm 800 and 900 and sometimes plexis
jcm's cost over 1 lakh
and plexis over 2.5 lakh
chill man. its called a practice amp. are you really swimming in money to buy plexis and jcms as personal practice amps?
I said they suck as practice amps there are several better and cheaper amps like vypyr 15
and ya i swim in money thats why i own a peavey 6505 head
Well I was mainly looking at MG15FX - is that a bad amp ? sound alright in my ear all these years I played it with my friend's Cort
Good for you. Why so angry in life then?
Get hold of a vypyr play it,and see how your opinion changes
Btw Drock, sorry bro but I got a higher offer for the 15 watt. The 10 is still up if you want it - cheers.
Who said i am angry?
TBH I got the Marshall 10W as a gift and I dont really care much for the sound coz its more of a personal practice amp - as long as I can hear notes it's fine.
For band practice I play off a transparent Power Amp since most of my sound comes from my SansAmp and all I need is transparent volume.
I agree with deepsal in saying that lower end Marshalls are really not worth it. I dont have much exp with Peaveys but I can recommend Laneys they are really worth the price. If you want the amp for personal practice, you can go for a Marshall. If you want it for band practice, I advise against the Marshalls. Many other cheaper and better amps for that.
What's your gear? Pedals / Processor / Amp modelers?
All of the above?
@deepsal - you just sound angry. So what if the guy likes Marshalls? Calling him a noob is uncalled for. You make a good and fair point in what you say but you could be nice about it. Just saying... I agree with all that you said tho.
Friends call me muh-phat for a reason
t.s ask this question on ultimateguitar.com
After reading your posts in this thread, I also want to be your friend (just to call you muh-phat)
omg troll bait
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To be honest I actually enjoy playing on my friend's MG10, it sounds a little different from my amp, a little interesting. That said I'd never buy it- it doesn't deliver better sound quality than modelling amps- the cost difference isn't much.
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