Marshall MG30DFX Reviews
Good practice amp for someone playing harder rock to all-out metal. Nice, bodied, clean sound too; which is good for a blues or jazz sound, or even for rock. A great practice amp for electric beginners, but not for those with more experience. [read more on Audiofanzine]Juzzed rated this unit on 2005-04-24.
Overall the amp is better than whatever the hell u own right now. Because if you have a tube amplifier you are a lucky son of a bitch. [read more on Audiofanzine]Tom Delonge rated this unit on 2004-01-10.
A nice amp that you're gonna like. [read more on Audiofanzine]metal menace rated this unit on 2003-07-10.
this is a great amp, fairly cheap (money wise). im really happy with it and i think it will last me a long time. get one. [read more on Audiofanzine]the ernie rated this unit on 2003-04-25.
If your making a step up from begginer, this amp will give you the versatiliy and punch that you've been longing for. You could spend hours fiddling about with knobs finally getting that song you've practiced sounding the way it should. Its a gem!!! [read more on Audiofanzine]Allan "the Glaswegian" Gillies rated this unit on 2003-01-27.
This amp is awesome, and i recommend it to anyone...well maybe not to the people with a hell of alot of money..cuz then i'd recommend Mesa-Boogie's or higher range Marshalls. Anyway..go out and buy it.. its defentally worth them money. You can get pretty much the same amp without built in effects for cheaper...but the effects keep you entertaine... [read more on Audiofanzine]Alec rated this unit on 2002-11-12.
Its a great amp. I got it out of the box when it came in the mail like a kid at Christmas:) I love playing through it and havent stopped practising for a long time now... there are one or two small things but they are no big deal. [read more on Audiofanzine]Chaz rated this unit on 2002-06-21.
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