DetailsThe Marshall MG101FX guitar combo amplifier gives you four storable channels of fantastic Marshall tone and plenty of power for the stage! The 100-watt MG101FX includes one 12" speaker, four switchable channels, and a 3-band EQ. It also features a STOMPWARE footswitch, power amp damping, a switchable effects loop, and a line in for music players. This amp is excellent at emulating the response and sound of a tube amp, and it works great for live and studio applications alike. Speaker-emulating headphone and line outputs are built right into the MG101FX.
Simple panel layout for easy tweaks
The new MG series amps mark Marshall's return to a simple, tried-and-true panel layout that's amazingly easy to use. Gain, followed by a three-band EQ (two-band Contour Control on the MG10), Volume and Master Volume are laid out for quick access. Push-button channel switching allows smooth, uninterrupted transitions. Combining true analog tone circuitry and Marshall's proprietary FDD (Frequency Dependent Damping) technology, these amps provide that authentic Marshall sound and feel. This damping technology emulates the dynamic interaction between an amp and its speaker, giving you feel and tone characteristics you'd normally only find in far more expensive tube amps. The combination line out/headphone out features speaker cabinet emulation, giving you full Marshall sound when recording or practicing through headphones. A line input allows you to play along with MP3 and CD players.
Take advantage of incredible effects and programmability
This amp includes great sounding reverb and digital effects (Chorus, Phaser, Flanger, Delay) in addition to its digital programmability. The delay time can be manually set using the front panel Tap button. Settings for each channel can be customized and saved for instant recall. The STOMPWARE footswitch (optional for MG15FX and MG30FX) provides seamless transitioning from sound to sound and tap tempo, plus a built-in tuner with LCD display. STOMPWARE technology allows this sophisticated multi-function pedal to be connected using a traditional guitar cable, eliminating the need for special or hard-to-find cables. In addition, the MG50FX, MG101FX, MG102FX, and MG100HFX feature a switchable effects loop for adding a favorite external effect to the sound. These models also include the STOMPWARE footswitch as standard equipment.
From the music store to stages everywhere
Jim Marshall didn't start out building great amps. In fact, his entry into the amp world came about in part because the drummers that visited his music shop for equipment and lessons often brought along their guitar players. Conversations about their amplification needs led to the birth of a line of amps that would eventually change the sound of music. From those first humble creations to Pete Townshend's first monster full stacks, from the mid-'60s combos to Hendrix to backlines of multiple Marshall rigs, one thing has remained constant: Marshall's commitment to the best tone and performance possible.
- Output: 100 watts RMS
- Speaker: 1 x 12"
- Channels: Four, storable
- Digital effects, digital reverb
- Line in for MP3 and other music players
- Headphone/line out with speaker emulation
- External effects loop
- Power amp damping
- MG foot controller-compatible
- STOMPWARE footswitch included
- Weight: 44 lbs
Marshall MG101FX 100 Watt 1x12 Combo
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