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Marshall MG30GFX

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Combo amplifier for electric guitar

  • Power: 30 W
  • 4 channels (storable and retrievable via optional footswitch)
  • Equipment: 10 "speaker
  • 3-band tone control
  • Digital effects
  • Digital reverbs: studio record and emulated spring reverb
  • Headphone jack with speaker simulation
  • MP3 / line input
  • Dimensions (W x H x D): 480 x 420 x 225 mm
  • Weight: 10.8 kg
  • Finish: Black / Gold
  • Matching footswitch: Art. 223005 (not included)
Disponível desde Janeiro 2018
número de artigo 422019
unidade de venda 1 peça(s)
Power 30 W
Speaker 1x 10"
Channels 4
Reverb Yes
Effects Processor Yes
External FX Loop No
Line Input Yes
Recording Output Yes
MIDI Interface No
Connection for External Speaker No
Headphone Output Yes
Footswitch connection Yes
Incl. Footswitch No
Weight in kg 10,8 kg
€ 195
IVA incluído, € 20 de portes de envio adicionais
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GuguMeister 18.09.2019
Comprei este amplificador e de facto a nível de qualidade/preço não podia existir melhor.

Um excelente produto para quem gosta de tocar no conforto da sua casa, podendo usufruir de um conjunto de sonoridades e efeitos.

Recomendo vivamente, não só pela marca em si, mas pela elevada qualidade do produto.

A entrega foi feita sem qualquer problema no período expectável.

Muito Satisfeito.
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Comprei um Marshall MG30GFX e estou realmente muito satisfeito um amplificador OTÍMO para o preço, os efeitos incluídos são fantásticos, 4 modos são muito fáceis de usar e incríveis , mencionar também a fantástica rapidez de expedição e envio
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I was surprised how poor this amp was.
Chocky 04.05.2019
I got the amp as a simple practice amp with a few features and a few Marshall tones. I also have a Marshall Origin 20 sitting next to it and a Yamaha THR10 on my desk. Comparing the three, I didn't expect the MG30 to be equally as good as the others, but I was surprised at how poorly it stacked up across the board.

Turning the amp on, it's noisy. At the same volume/gain levels the other two amps are not. The Yamaha lead channel is based on a Marshall plexi, so I turned on the MG crunch channel to find a comparable tone; one week later, I'm still looking.

Sounds: the MG sounds poor when compared to the Yamaha THR10 Marshall sim - not just a bit down, it is poor in comparison - this shocked me. The Yamaha is $300 against the $200 of the MG, but I expected the MG to at least do the Marshall tone as well as the Yamaha - it cannot even get close; extremely disappointing.

Effects: it's hard to dial in effects on the MG due to the way 5 effects use the same knob, so the actual linear adjustment space is tiny - this is a problem because finding a good sound takes a lot of tweaking. Again, the effects sound poor compared to the Yamaha THR. The reverb has two styles and is pretty light, but it's ok - it adds a bit of depth and space to the sound. I have many pedals I use with my Marshall Origin (such as a Wampler delay, TS808, Keeley reverb, etc), and I didn't expect the MG effects to be that good (and they are nowhere near), but I expected them to compare ok to the built in effects of the Yamaha THR10 - they don't.

Build quality is fine.

Late at night, I want to play the MG because it has a headphone socket and an audio in, but just turning the amp on is so noisy (a lot noisier than the 20w tube amp sitting next to it - not turned on at the same time - that I'm put off and just plug into the Yamaha instead even though it's more uncomfortable to play at my desk.

4 channels is good, but it takes a long time to find decent sounds, so the fact there are 4 memory presets is useful - you need them; once you find a sound you like on a particular channel (this may take 20+ minutes) then press save and don't change the settings of the amp again on this channel (although, if you do the tone stays at the set position when going off and back onto a channel) - this is kinda ridiculous, right, that the amp is made as an easy to use non-complex modelling amp, no PC connection required, just plug in and turn a few knobs to get a good sound, but you can't...

I had a Randall solid state practice amp, a KH edition, and it sounded a lot better than this amp.

This is quite cheap, so might be good for a first amp, but even at $200 there are better amps such as a Bugera T5 head with a HB cab - I owned that last year, and it sounded much much better in every way than this MG. I also has a Fender Mustang 20w solid state amp about 5 years ago and it did the Fender sound much better than this amp does the Marshall sound. At half the price, a VOX pathfinder is similar sound quality to this amp.

I was shocked at how poor this amp sounds and how difficult it is to find good sounds - it just reduces your playing time. I will give this away, I couldn't in good faith sell this amp on - and, I'm fond of Marshall amps; I know the MG50/100 heads sound good, I had a DSL 5w which was great once I changed the speaker. Try this amp out in person before buying to see if you like it's qualities compared to other similar amps; if you buy blind on the internet then don't throw away the box, and be sure of the returns process...
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A great amp for metal.
eroMorpheus 14.08.2020
The Marshall MG30GFX combo amplifier features a 10” speaker that utilises every single watt of the 30 watts available to you – you’ll hear every note you play in glorious detail. The 30-watt output makes it a great option for gigging smaller venues, rehearsal spaces and for home/apartment use. A headphone output allows you to jam in silence without having to worry about disturbing your neighbours or housemates too! This also makes a great amp for recording as you have a world of digital FX built-in to make use of including Reverb, Chorus, Phaser, Flanger, Delay and Octave effects – all of which can be manipulated via the front controls on the amp.The addition of 2 x channels – Clean and Drive as well as 2 x Overdrive options means you can enjoy everything from clean tones all the way to bone crunching distortion. This is a budget friendly amp for beginners with a world of sounds that professional players heavy metal players and blues lovers will enjoy.
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