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Marshal Micro Stack

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SouthernGuy82  
20 Nov 2008 09:22 | Quote
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I bought a Spider 3 75 watt amp. It sounds too digital for me,so i will sell it. Looking at the Marshal micro stack. I only play at home but 15 Watts doesnt sound like much. Anyone have any opinions on this? Basically what i am asking is should I buy it?
EMB5490  
20 Nov 2008 15:33 | Quote
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i agree the line 6 spider 3 sucks. dont get the micro amp, look at a avt amp. also try a vox ad15vt-xl. both pretty decent amps.
macandkanga  
20 Nov 2008 16:20 | Quote
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The Roland micro cube is the best small amp out there.
GRX40  
20 Nov 2008 16:56 | Quote
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I don't like Marshall's solid state amps much. They are way too fizzy and sound bad with distortion. The Micro Stack thing is just a gimmick really. I don't want to sound like I'm bashing on them, but I just don't like them. :-/

Look into Roland Cube, Vox Valvetronix, or maybe Peavey Vypyrs.
Doz  
21 Nov 2008 12:17 | Quote
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Yeah, go for a Roland Micro Cube. What's your price range, and genres you'll need to be playing?
BodomBeachTerror  
21 Nov 2008 12:35 | Quote
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question, can the roland cubes plug directly into the pc for recoring like the spider can?
Doz  
21 Nov 2008 12:55 | Quote
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Yeah.
SouthernGuy82  
27 Nov 2008 15:08 | Quote
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Looking at the Cube 60. Isnt the Vox and cube digital also?
Digital effects right?


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