Marshall MG15FX

(1 customer review)


The Marshall MG15FX guitar amp is the perfect choice for musicians seeking versatile sound options and unmistakable Marshall tone in a small yet powerful package.



As a virtual assistant, I don’t have personal opinions or emotions, but I can present some facts about the Marshall MG15FX guitar amp.

Marshall has been a powerhouse in the guitar amp industry for decades, and their MG series continues to impress. The MG15FX is a compact and versatile amp that packs a punch.

With its 15 watts of power and 8-inch speaker, the MG15FX can handle everything from bedroom practice to small gigs. It has a clean channel, as well as four different overdrive channels, each with its own distinct sound. And if that’s not enough, there are also three built-in effects – reverb, delay, and chorus – that add a whole new level of depth to your playing.

The MG15FX also has a headphone jack and an auxiliary input, which makes it perfect for practicing at home or jamming along with your favorite songs. And if you’re looking to expand your sound even further, you can connect an external effects processor to the amp’s FX loop.

While some may overlook this small, unassuming amp, it definitely shouldn’t be underestimated. Its quality sound and range of features make it a great investment for any guitarist, no matter their skill level.

So, if you’re in the market for a new amp, be sure to check out the Marshall MG15FX. It’s a solid choice that won’t disappoint!

Marshall MG15FX properties

Product name MG15FX
Brand Marshall
Type Guitar Amplifiers
Sound Effects Reverb
Sound Setting Gain/Drive, Middle, Treble
Features Monitor Stage Listening
Connection Inputs Foot Switch Tele/TRS 6.3mm/1/4″, Tele/TRS 6.3mm/1/4″
Connection Outputs Headphones 3.5mm
Elements Size Bass 8.0 “
Elements Amount Bass 1
Power Output (RMS) 15.0 W
Amplifier Model Solid State
Guitar Amplifier Design Portable
Colour Black
Power Supply Electrical
Impedance 8
Height 380.0 mm
Depth 210.0 mm
Width 385.0 mm
Weight 7.7 kg

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1 review for Marshall MG15FX

  1. Parti

    I compared it with the Orange Micro Terror (on 2 humbackers and Celestion V30 with Metal Muff distortion). Poor clean, but when turning up the gain it shows specific claws – definitely high-gain sound. There is an effects loop, BUT – after plugging in the headphones, the loudspeaker DOES NOT DISCONNECT (it disconnects in the OMT).

    For me personally, it is important to be able to play quietly on headphones, so this amplifier is out of the way. Apart from that, clean is too bad to use it, and buying an amplifier for that only to play over distortion is a moderate deal.

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Frequently Asked Questions:

What are the steps to properly set up and connect my Marshall MG15FX guitar amp with my electric guitar and audio interface for recording purposes?

Setting up your Marshall MG15FX guitar amp for recording is easy. Here's a step-by-step guide:

1. Connect your electric guitar to the input jack of the Marshall MG15FX amplifier. Make sure it fits securely and snugly.

2. Plug one end of a standard 6.3mm instrument cable into the output (headphone) jack of your audio interface. The other end should go into the 'LINE IN' or 'AUX IN' port of your computer. Check your audio interface manual for exact port names if you're unsure.

3. If your audio interface has a direct monitoring feature, enable it. This will allow you to hear yourself through both your headphones and speakers simultaneously while recording.

4. Open up your Digital Audio Workstation (DAW) software like Ableton Live, Logic Pro, etc., and set it up for recording. Choose the correct input source as per your audio interface manual. Usually, this will be something like "Input 1" or "AUX IN".

5. Hit record, strum your guitar, and start laying down tracks! Remember to monitor your levels so you don't distort your recording.

6. If you want to use effects while recording, turn on the built-in effects of the Marshall MG15FX amplifier such as reverb or delay by pressing the corresponding button on the amp.

7. Once done with recording, simply disconnect everything in reverse order: audio interface -> headphone jack of amp -> electric guitar.

Note: To avoid feedback when using microphones during live performances, make sure to turn off the direct monitoring feature and mute the Marshall MG15FX amplifier's built-in effects while recording vocals or other instruments with a mic.

What are the key features and specifications of the Marshall MG15FX guitar amplifier?

The Marshall MG15FX is a compact, lightweight 15-watt guitar amplifier designed for practice or small performances. It features the following key features and specifications:

- 1 x 6" (15 cm) speaker
- 15 watts of power
- Classic Marshall cosmetic design with iconic script logo, silver grille cloth, and control knobs
- Three channels - clean, overdrive, and a built-in digital effects processor with six different effects (Chorus, Delay, Flanger, Phaser, Reverb, Tremolo)
- Effects knob to adjust the level of the selected effect
- Gain, Volume, Treble, Middle, Bass, and Master controls
- Auxiliary input for playing along with your favorite music or backing tracks
- Headphones output for silent practice
- Power switch, FX on/off switch, and channel selector switch
- Size: 10. Weight: 7. The Marshall MG15FX is perfect for beginners and experienced players who need a portable, reliable amp with great sound quality at an affordable price.