Sleek amp for practice or small gigs
The fantastic Marshall MG30CFX, of the new Carbon Fibre Series, has already become the 'go-to' 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.
Small heart, big sound
Weighing in at only just over 10Kg, the Marshall MG30CFX is an amp that can go anywhere with you. The carry handle makes it easy to transport whilst the rock-solid build ensures that it is ready for a life out on the road.
Inside the rugged and stylish cabinet you will find a 10" driver capable of firing out 30 watts of power. This makes it ideal as a back-line for smaller gigs and can of course be mic'd up to send to any PA system.
The Marshall MG30CFX may be small, but it has many elements that you can tweak to get your desired sound. Programmable effects such as chorus, phaser, flanger, octave and delay are all at easy reach. There is even a 'tap' tempo control to set your delay time. A wealth of digital reverbs are also available and there's even a spring reverb emulation to give you that vintage british amp sound.
Practice makes perfect
The Marshall MG30CFX has a 3.5mm stereo jack in for your MP3 player or smartphone so you can jam along to your favourite music whenever you like. If you wish to stay on speaking terms with your neighbours the MG30CFX also has a headphone out that kills the speaker when in use so you can practice even in unsociable hours.
If you need a compact, robust and versatile amp for smaller gigs and practices, the Marshall MG30CFX will do you proud.
Manufacturer Marshall Model MG30CFX Dimensions (H x W x D) 420 x 480 x 225 mm Weight 10.8kg Amplfier Type Solid State Channels 4 Wattage 30 Watts Inputs 1 (+ AUDIO) Controls VOLUME, Gain Volume Bass Middle Treble Reverb FX Select Master Channel Select x 2 Tap Store Speaker Size 1 x 10" Effects Loop Yes Impedance 4 Ohm
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)
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