Marshall MS2 Battery-Powered Micro Guitar Amplifier
- Battery Operated (Best with Polaroid 9V Batteries)
- 1 Watt
- Volume & tone control
- Headphone jack
- 0.34 lbs.
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|Sold By||Available from these sellers||The Midi Store||GearTree||Amazon.com||GearTree|
|Item Dimensions||2.36 x 4.33 x 5.51 inches||7.59 x 5.59 x 4.29 inches||3.27 x 5.91 x 5.71 inches||10.50 x 6.00 x 11.00 inches||10.62 x 7.48 x 11.81 inches|
|Item Weight||0.75 lbs||1.98 lbs||1.99 lbs||—||8.02 lbs|
|Output Wattage||1 watts||3 watts||3.00 watts||—||4 watts|
Marshall mini amps, though small, pack a punch, are very cool, portable and no guitarist should be without one. The MS-2 looks great and sounds great for practice on the go.
A fun gift and great practice amp, Marshall's MS-2 is the ultimate in portable battery/mains operated micro amps, packing full Marshall tone into a tiny case measuring just 14 x 11 x 6 centimeters.
This mighty micro Marshall has switchable Clean and Overdrive channels, delivered with one little Marshall Watt. A single tone control lets you dial it in.
Features a headphone output for rocking out in private, or even driving an external power amp.
What's in the Box
Marshall MS2 Micro Amp, Owner's Manual
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Is it a replacement for a regular amp? No, but it's not supposed to be. You're not going to be doing a concert for 1,000 people using this, but if you're just playing for yourself or a few friends in a place where pluggin into an outlet is not an option, this is a great choice.
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Having to always crank it up might not sound too bad, until you consider that the 60hz hum, which is always going to be present to an extent, becomes so bad that it's offensive, with or without a guitar attached. To make it more fun, the hum gets worse if you touch any part of the amp, even those bits that should be insulated. I tried different sockets, different circuits, but to no avail. No other device I own, nor the replacement amp (not a Marshall!) I got after returning this one, suffers this problem so I can only blame the amp for this.
There are so many options in the sub £50 practice amp space I can't see a reason to recommend anyone purchase this. In the end I returned it and bought a Blackstar Fly 3, which is so much better and unless an extra £25 is going to bust your budget, is a much more sensible purchase, it definitely seems a false economy considering the amount of money spent on the average electric guitar.
Two stars largely because it does look very cool. Otherwise it would be one star
This micro amp is... Well, it's micro, but it does get fairly loud for it's size. It's definitely worth picking one up in my opinion. They're good to have on your work bench too, if you work on guitars. Like switching out pickups and things. It's just easier to use while testing the pickups without taking up too much space.
A nice touch is that this amp can run on a 9V battery but this does lose its charge pretty quick. You can purchase a wall plug charging adaptor (which I would say should really be included with the amp, and thus loses a star for) which is a bit expensive but it pays for itself in the long run.