Marshall Introduces New MG15FXMS Micro Stack

The MG15FXMS is a 15-watt head with two 1x10 cabs.

Melville, NY (July 1, 2009) -- The MG15FXMS Micro Stack is the latest addition to the popular MG4 Series of Marshall amplifiers.

The three-piece micro stack includes a 15-watt compact head plus two matching speaker cabinets - one angled, one straight. Each cabinet is loaded with a full-range 10" speaker.

The MG15FXMS provides a three-band EQ section and features four programmable channels - Clean, Crunch, Overdrive 1, and Overdrive 2. The Gain, EQ, Volume and Master Volume knobs are presented in Marshall's classic layout for easy access.

Digital Reverb is built-in, along with Digital Effects - Chorus, Phaser, Flanger and Delay. The Delay time can be set using the Tap button on the front panel, and the Effects are programmable to match each channel.

The MG15FXMS Micro Stack offers a Line Input, which allows players to jam along with an MP3 player, CD player or other source. The combination Line Out / Headphone Out features speaker cabinet emulation, designed to help preserve sound when recording or practicing through headphones.

The optional STOMPWARE footswitch allows for easy transitions from sound to sound, as well as tap tempo control and display for the built-in tuner. 

MSRP of $510.00
Available in October 2009

For more info, visit marshallamps.com.
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