Marshall MG100HDFX Reviews 5

Marshall MG100HDFX

These amps have been replaced by the Marshall MG101FX and is no longer in production. You can find these on the used market all day long. At new they were sound $460 so I'm guessing used would be about $280. Not a bad price but then you have to buy a cabinet if you don;t have one. SO there is more money that you'll have to shell out. I would not... [read more on Audiofanzine]

iamqman rated this unit 3 on 2011-07-12.

I've been using the Marshall MG100HDFX for about six years - it was one of the first Marshall amps I used to record with. At the time it worked fine for what I needed it to, but moving forward it became less and less of a viable option because the sound quality just isn't all that great. Sure having a clean and dirty sound to go along with some ... [read more on Audiofanzine]

moosers rated this unit 4 on 2009-02-20.

Putting aside the annoying sound from the fan (it goes away after a couple of minutes), this is a great amp and comes for a great price. I'd definitely recommend it for anyone looking to get their first half stack. [read more on Audiofanzine]

Evan rated this unit 5 on 2005-01-31.


Steve rated this unit 5 on 2004-01-02.

great amp sounds killer and will beat the hell out of anything else out there in its price range. you can hear it first hand at any of our shows check out [read more on Audiofanzine]

leroy spook strickland rated this unit 5 on 2003-11-13.

Good things come to those who wait...I'm glad I waited for this Amp! and kept my old stack! The beauty about this amp is that you get via Marshall's FDD (Frequency Dependent Damping) a perfect sound at any volume even at "1" this thing has feelings! The expensive tube amps can't do that!!! I sold my Peavey Studio Pro 112 and will never look b... [read more on Audiofanzine]

leflic rated this unit 5 on 2003-01-12.

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