Whilst this is a review for the Marshall MG100HFX, I’d like to run through a little scenario that is becoming more and more common first.
You’ve gone to the trouble of buying a top of the range guitar. You’ve gone to the music shop and played it, before coming to Instrumania to compare guitar prices. You’ve ordered it, opened the box and strummed your first chord.
That’s the moment you realise, “this doesn’t sound like it did in the shop”. Now my friend, your top of the range guitar needs a sidekick in the shape of a quality electric guitar amplifier.
It goes without saying that Marshall make some of the best amplifiers around, solid state, combo or otherwise, so one option is the Marshall MG100HFX amplifier.
The Marshall MG100HFX amp comes with some great built in effects, which allow you to vary your sound across a wide range of genres. There is also a button which thickens the sound and replicates the same sound as a tube amp a perfect option for when you're playing loud.
The Marshall MG100HFX amplifier is incredibly versatile. You can play any type of music through this amp and still get a decent sound from it.
As for power, this cheap amplifier packs 100 watts of pure energy, giving it plenty of power, so if you ever are daring enough to turn it up to 10, you better hold on to something solid.
The amp’s clean setting can throw out anything from very calm smooth sound to a harsh rock and with the overdrive option you can really experiment and do pretty much anything.
So if you’re in the market for a new quality electric guitar amplifier, with a top of the range sound without the top of the range price tag to match, then look no further than the Marshall MG100HFX amplifier. You can compare musical instruments and amplifiers right here at Instrumania to ensure you are always getting the best deal.