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Marshall MG50GFX Guitar Combo Amplifer with Built-in FX, Practice Amp Suitable for Electric Guitar - Black and Gold

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Includes special features such as FDD (Frequency Dependent Dampening), CD ins, plus emulated line out, and emulated headphone jacks. Marshall, the manufacturer from Milton Keynes in Great Britain, is an indispensable figure in the world of electric guitar.

The most notable models were the Marshall Super lead 100 watt, Marshall Super 100JH 'Plexi Head, and Marshall JTM45. As a result of discussions concerning their amplification requirements, a range of amplifiers that would eventually transform the sound of music was born. This is free of charge and should be done as soon as possible, but must be within six months from the date of our final response. The Origin 50H also gets its overdriven sound from the power amp, however – and since the output power can be reduced to 10 watts or even all the way down to five watts, you can now get that sought-after sound without peeling the paint off the walls in the process. Powered by 50-watts and a 1x12" speaker it’s powerful enough for you to start even start playing shows with.The MG50 offers a stunning variety of digital FX including: two reverb options, chorus, phaser, flanger, octave and four types of delay.

In addition, the Tilt control allows you to blend in a second, more treble-rich voice with the normal one, which was achieved on the classic 1987 and 1959 models by bridging the inputs. In addition to being armed with stage ready firepower, its digital FX arsenal has also been upgraded to the next level so three simultaneous, programmable effects are now possible. To calculate the overall star rating and percentage breakdown by star, we don’t use a simple average. Some models, like the Marshall MG15GFX Gold 15W Combo, make use of more modern solid state technology too, meaning they're lighter and often have more built-in effects than their heavier valve counterparts. By using the tilt control you can blend your sound between normal and high treble to access the sound that suits you.

To perfectly compliment the creamy valve tones that this amp is capable of, Marshall have installed a Gain Boost circuit, that can be activated by either pulling the Gain control knob, or by footswitch, which adds even more growl and bite to your sound! Their valve technology may be old, but it still creates some of the most detailed, defined, and thick tones around.

With 50-watts of power, you could even use it for gigging smaller venues making the MG50GFX a great all-rounder amp. Whilst Marshall guitar amps' thunderous legacy is often talked about, this company has a blindingly bright future ahead of it too.We use cookies to analyse site usage, provide social media features and personalise content and ads. You can change your choices at any time by visiting Cookie preferences, as described in the Cookie notice. There’s a great range of tonal options with clean, crunch, OD1 and OD2 channels that can be programmed and recorded. Zudem endet der Frequenzgang nach oben bei diesem Typ schon recht früh und sehr steil bei etwa 4 kHz.

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