Product Type: Marshall Amplifiers
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BEST PRACTISE AMP OUT THERE FOR THOSE ON A BUDGET
Marshall MG15CD Guitar Amp
Member Name: crankymonkey
Marshall MG15CD Guitar Amp
Advantages: LIGHT, POWERFUL, HIGH QUALITY, MARSHALL NAME
Disadvantages: OTHER AMPS CAN EASILY OUTDATE IT, HARDLY ANY CHOICE OF COLOURS
In my opinion, this has to be the best amp on the market. Marshall, in the guitarist world, is what Ferrari is to Formula 1, or Apple is to the PC Market. It is a desirable brand that never fails to disappoint. This amplifier is no exception to the Marshall name, and delivers unbelievable amount of power to your ears - at only 15 Watt, the power should not be underestimated. The emulated line out is a must for any budding recordist out there, since this makes the sound when recorded on a PC without microphones but instead through being plugged directly into the sound card of your PC sound like it has been recorded with a microphone. Having recorded myself, I can guarantee that this is something that everyone should be looking out for when wanting to hear what they sound like when being played back on their PC. It is relativity small for a practise amp, at only 350 x 360 x 185mm, but power is still delivered with amazing power and force. CD Input enables you to plug your iPod, MP3 Player, or CD Player into the amp so you can jam along with your favourite tracks - this is something that is not always included in amps at this price, so make sure that you look out for this when looking at other amps. Being light at 7kg means transporting it to a gig or to a friend's house is easy, since it is a drag to carry around. The FDD switch is what sets Marshall apart from the rest since this makes it sound like a power amp, such as the amps seen at Glastonbury, even though it is just a practise amp. This is a must buy, at a relatively cheap price wherever you look on the Web, it is worth it.
Summary: BEST FOR THOSE WHO ARE STILL PRACTISING AND NOT AT PROFESSIONAL LEVEL YET
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