Marshall MG 30 CFX Guitar Amplifier
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Test report: Marshall MG 30 CFX Guitar Amplifier
The Marshall MG 30 CFX amplifiers have a power of 30 watts and can rightly name power packs. This performance unite them on quite small space, so the speakers have just 10 inches in diameter. These are hidden behind the classic front in the classic Marshall look. The four channels are more than most other amplifiers have to offer. Thus, this device must not shy away from the comparison with other amplifiers of the same price group and can very well keep up well. While most amplifiers in this price class have just two or three effects, the MG 30 CFX comes with five different effects: besides the classic chorus and the innovative flanger, the MG 30 CFX also offers a phaser effect. Added to this is the well-known and popular delay along with the now standard Reverb effect. The amplifier has three controls: bass, middle and treble, all of which are easily accessible at the front of the amplifier. These are made in the usual optics and impress with good usability and easy handling. But that is not yet the special thing about the amplifier. In contrast to other devices of its price class, the amplifier is not only programmable, it is fully programmed and can be turned into a real sound miracle with just a few hand movements. Here, once again, the manufacturer's love for the detail and for the special. The Connections have been extended by a 3.5 mm connection in addition to the usual connections. This is intended for any MP3 player. Of course the connection for the guitar is not missing. It is a 6.3 mm jack, which serves as a connection for the guitar to be played.
If you buy an amplifier, you often think of the brand manufacturer Marshall. This has been the case for many years with its good name and its devices convince not only by their service life, but also by their performance. Many customers love to have the old-fashioned lettering on their amplifiers and to demonstrate to everyone, here plays someone who puts on performance and tradition.The amplifier weighs approximately 15 kg, which is already noticeable if you have to build it several times a day and have to dismantle it. It is a heavy device whose weight, in part, but also ensures that the device is just a track more robust than would be the case with lighter devices. The amplifier has a well-developed cover so that it does not break even if it should be once coarsened during the transport or during the construction. To the relationship between price and performance one can say that this amplifier is getting ready under 200 euros. It must be made clear that the manufacturer's name is partly financed, as is the case with branded equipment. Anyone who uses a No Name device will get a little more power for the same price. This machine, the MG 30 CFX model, not only impresses with its stage-like appearance and the good, robust processing. It can be said that it has also an excellent sound. The device is robust and has a large sound body, the front fronts in the characteristic Marshall design was made up. There are countless knobs and rotary levers that can help create a perfect sound. Especially the complete programmability and the connections for the mp3 player make the MG 30 CFX a special amplifier, which for this price is really the same on the market and also meets the highest demands in terms of sound and operation.