Marshall MG15FXMSDM Dave Mustaine Megastack £210 @Sounds Live
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Marshall MG15FXMSDM Dave Mustaine Megastack £210 @Sounds Live

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Found 5th Nov 2013
Hmm. A Marshall stack for £210? OK, it's solid-state (not valve), and only a mini-stack, but some reviews rate it quite highly (esp. if you want to re-create that Megadeath guitar sound). It's £84 cheaper at Sounds Live than at the next-closest (GAK).

"Marshall MG15FXMSDM Dave Mustaine Megastack delivers 15-Watts of West Coast Thrash from a special edition signature MG Microstack. Marshall MG15FXMSDM Dave Mustaine Megastack micro guitar amplifiers refuse to sacrifice tone and features undeniable Marshall build quality. Thrash the world with the MG15FXMSDM Dave Mustaine Megastack!
In 2009 Marshall worked together with the West Coast Thrash legend Dave Mustaine to produce a world first in the form of a Marshall signature speaker cabinet, the power and looks of Dave’s full sized rig has been captured in a special edition signature MG15 Microstack.
Dave’s hands on approach means that even before you have learned how to master you own sounds you can access 4 pre programmed Megastyled tones. The factory presets, Clean Absolution, Symphony Chorus, New Wave of British Metal and Holy Solo provide you access 4 carefully tweaked tones. And if you plug your Megastack into a compatible MG Stompware controller you can unlock a further 4 hidden sounds."

Darn it. Sounds Live have put the price up to £294 now. Did anyone manage to snap one up at £210?

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Is it a fridge as well?

Megadeth. Just saying

Megadeth, no explanation needed, heat

A £210 practice amp.

Its not an Onkyo! Only joking its a good deal.....

Any recommendations for a decent practice amp for 1/2 this price or less, a few reviews I've read recommend Vox & Roland?

Whammerhead

Any recommendations for a decent practice amp for 1/2 this price or less, … Any recommendations for a decent practice amp for 1/2 this price or less, a few reviews I've read recommend Vox & Roland?


I've got the Roland Cube 20x which has it's moments. Very clean sound, some nice effects, tuner. Oddly I ended up using it for rehearsals playing bass and get a better sound for that than a small practice bass amp. (I don't push it too hard).

It's been used for violin at gigs (mic-ed up). I bought it for blues rehearsals and it's had quite a work out already, hardy and reliable. Saying that it depends what you are playing, stick it next to a valve amp and you notice that warm sound is missing.

Check reviews at Harmony Central or other guitar sites. Your question will have been asked there hundreds of times, a decent google search with your style, influences etc will probably find something.

Have to say, I don' regret buying it and it's earnt its keep many times over.




Edited by: "diGriz" 5th Nov 2013

Original Poster

Whammerhead

Any recommendations for a decent practice amp for 1/2 this price or less, … Any recommendations for a decent practice amp for 1/2 this price or less, a few reviews I've read recommend Vox & Roland?



You could check out this Redwood 5W valve combo for £89.

I've got the head version. There's a video
Edited by: "HarryFenner" 6th Nov 2013
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