Marshall MG30CFX Guitar AmpStock code: 65174
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- Modern Brushed Silver Panel and Carbon Fibre Look Vinyl
- Programmable FX; Chorus, Phaser, Flanger, Octave, Delay
- Digital Reverb; Includes Studio and Spring Reverb emulation
- 4 Programmable Analogue Channels: Clean, Crunch, OD1, OD2
- 1 x 10" Speaker - 30 Watts Output
The fantastic Marshall MG30CFX, of the new Carbon Fibre Series, has already become the practice amp for professionals the world over. Housing digital effects and beautiful analogue tone is the bold new carbon fibre cabinetry that gives the series its name.
|Type of Amp Effect||Multi Effects, Reverb|
|Connectivity||Headphone Output, Effects Loop|
|Type of Amp||Combo|
|Speaker Size||10 inch|
|Amp Technology||Solid State|
|Key Stage||Key Stage 2, Key Stage 3, Key Stage 4|
|Manufacturers Link||Marshall MG30CFX Guitar Amp|
Top Tone great price
Posted on 11/06/2012 by Dave L
If you are like me and always wanted to own a Marshall but suffer from lack of space and funds this is a great option.
This small but powerful amp has the classic Marshall tone and really packs a punch.
From the moment I jacked my guitar in and played an A5 I finally heard the tone I have been wanting since I first picked up a guitar.
Thank you Jim (RIP)
Great amp with great tones
Posted on 11/06/2012 by Wesley143
I have had this amp for a few months and overall I'm impressed! I was sceptical about the fact that this is a solid state amp (I've heard bad things about solid state amps) but it turned out to be a very good amp. I play mostly metal but some rock and this amp gives me great tones for that. I use a Jackson Kelly with licensed Floyd rose tremolo and the amp sounds great with this guitar. I don't know how good it would sound with a different guitar but probably just as good. So far it’s been reliable and I’ve never had any problems. I am very happy with the built in effects like reverb and flanger although I don't use them very often. I would have liked it better if it had a looper but you can't have everything! In general I would say this amp is definitely worth the money and I don't regret buying it.