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48 of 54 people found the following review helpful.
What you get the hubby when he likes to play his guitar in the living room!
[[VIDEOID:9a2a549a474b7f176c3f0c49e7fb6169]]My husband loves this little amp. I personally thought it was adorable. It sounds really good for as small as it is. He is a musician and likes to jam around the house. This is easy to bring in the living room and sit on the couch and play his electric guitar. He can also use it for his bass, but it isn't nearly as loud. He says that he figured it was just a little cheap amp, made to look like a Marshall, but he was surprised that it sounded as good as it did. I am very happy with it because it takes up less room and isn't so loud when you want to play in the middle of the living room! We are both very happy with his Christmas present.
25 of 28 people found the following review helpful.
... is not a 5 out of 5 received a bad unit. The only complaint I would have is ...
Anyone who says this amp is not a 5 out of 5 received a bad unit. The only complaint I would have is that you COULD by a 15-20watt lead amp from Pyle or many others that will blow this away for the same price. The difference? They are not portable. They do not clip on your belt. They do not fit in your pocket/gig bag. I got MS2 today and it is everything I was told it would be. Loud enough that people can hear it, yet not loud enough that it can be heard on the other side of the house. The clean channel is clear, the overdrive gives more than enough crunch to rock out. You can not beat this for its size for practice. Probably would make a good lead pre-amp solution as well if you like its as-is sound. This is a dorm room amp. This is what you get when you want to practice without headphones, or jam out with a couple of friends, one playing bongos, the other singing without a mic. Perfect. It is NOT the perfect Marshall stack sound ,but it is close enough. Get real people. It's tiny.
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This little guy is AWESOME!
I did some research with this purchase of a micro-amp and for the competition there is Orange, Black Star, and Fender's version of this style of micro-amp.
The research concluded as:
1.Black Star Fly3 -$60
2.Marshall MS2 -$35
3.Orange Micro Crush - $70
4.Fender mini '57 -$40
This thing delivers great sound for what it is. I love that you can throw this thing in your guitar case or a bag and go where ever, and have this kicking little amp with you.
I bought it because it's super portable. I can put it on headphones and jam out in my room without bothering people, or I can taking it camping and a volume that matches an acoustic while delivering that distinct electric guitar sound. I can also use it for the same purpose mentioned but with my bass guitar instead.
Don't expect this to deliver the same way a larger amp would. This isn't comparable to that, but man this thing is awesome!
You can't beat it's portability and versatility for this price. You just can't do it.