Marshall MG100DFX
Marshall MG100DFX

Marshall MG100DFX : la opinión de ericthegreat

" no es un muy buen sonido" 5 (5/10)

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Características 5/10

El amplificador Marshall MG 100DFX no tiene esa gran cantidad de un sonido. Me compré cuando era más joven y con un presupuesto, y en la música mucho peor de lo que soy ahora (metal, nu-metal, por el estilo.) El amplificador sin duda suena mejor cuando lo compré, también. He utilizado una Fender Strat y una Les Paul con ella. Que sonaba mejor con la Les Paul, ya que no se ha cargado de nuevo tan mal como lo hizo con el inicio, pero todavía no sonaba demasiado grande. Con los años, como yo lo empujaba para tratar de conseguir un buen sonido, el sonido comenzó a deteriorarse. Ahora, casi siete años más tarde, el amplificador es casi inutilizable.

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The Marshall MG 100DFX amp does not have that great of a sound. I bought when I was younger and on a budget, and into much worse music than I am now (metal, nu-metal, the like.) The amp definitely sounded better when I bought it, too. I used a Fender Strat and a Les Paul with it. It sounded better with the Les Paul because it didn't feed back as badly as it did with the Strat, but it still didn't sound too great. Over the years, as I would push it to try and get good sounds, the sound started to deteriorate. By now, almost 7 years later, the amp is almost unusable.

Utilización 4/10

El canal limpio se poco o nada de volumen, y el canal de distorsión es muy fangosa (de hecho, siempre fue muy fangoso, sólo ha empeorado). No puedo decir que ninguno de los sonidos son mis favoritos. No me gusta ninguno de ellos. Recientemente he intentado jugar un nuevo modelo en una tienda, esperando que sonaría mejor que mi amplificador no, ya que no había pasado por el desgaste.

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The clean channel gets little to no volume, and the distorted channel is incredibly muddy (in fact, it was always pretty muddy, it's just gotten worse). I can't say any of the sounds are my favorite. I don't really like any of them. I recently tried playing a new model in a store, expecting that it would sound better than my amp does since it hadn't gone through the wear and tear.

Sonoridades 4/10

Si bien hubo un mayor volumen, aún no sonaba tan grande, y no me haría cambiar mi calificación. Los sonidos que se puede salir de ella es un sonido suave, manso limpias (básicamente, no hay distorsión natural, lo que me gusta y puede salir de los amplificadores Fender mi), así como un sonido distorsionado barro que puede ser bueno para alguien que trata de emular a Queens of the Stone Age, pero no mucho más. Turing hasta el nivel más bajo en el canal de distorsión hace que sea muy oscuro y confuso.

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While there was more volume, it still didn't sound that great, and wouldn't make me change my rating. The sounds that you can get out of it are a mild, tame clean sound (basically no natural distortion, which I like and can get out of my Fender amps), as well as a muddy distorted sound that might be good for someone trying to emulate Queens of the Stone Age, but not much else. Turing up the low end on the distorted channel makes it really murky and unclear.

Opinión Global 5/10

El amplificador es bastante fácil de usar y configurar. Es casi listo para salir, sólo tienes que conectarlo Los sonidos no son demasiado difíciles de salir de ella en absoluto. El manual explica cómo utilizar todo bastante bien, aunque si no está acostumbrado a usar efectos bucles que probablemente no le dará lo que los bucles de efectos se trata.

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The amp is pretty easy to use and setup. It's pretty much ready to go, just plug it in. The sounds aren't too difficult to get out of it at all. The manual explains how to use everything pretty well, though if you aren't used to using effects loops you probably won't get what the effects loops are all about.
Opinión OriginalTexto original en inglés: not a very good sound

Characteristics 5/10

The Marshall MG 100DFX amp does not have that great of a sound. I bought when I was younger and on a budget, and into much worse music than I am now (metal, nu-metal, the like.) The amp definitely sounded better when I bought it, too. I used a Fender Strat and a Les Paul with it. It sounded better with the Les Paul because it didn't feed back as badly as it did with the Strat, but it still didn't sound too great. Over the years, as I would push it to try and get good sounds, the sound started to deteriorate. By now, almost 7 years later, the amp is almost unusable.

Utilization 4/10

The clean channel gets little to no volume, and the distorted channel is incredibly muddy (in fact, it was always pretty muddy, it's just gotten worse). I can't say any of the sounds are my favorite. I don't really like any of them. I recently tried playing a new model in a store, expecting that it would sound better than my amp does since it hadn't gone through the wear and tear.

Sounds 4/10

While there was more volume, it still didn't sound that great, and wouldn't make me change my rating. The sounds that you can get out of it are a mild, tame clean sound (basically no natural distortion, which I like and can get out of my Fender amps), as well as a muddy distorted sound that might be good for someone trying to emulate Queens of the Stone Age, but not much else. Turing up the low end on the distorted channel makes it really murky and unclear.

Overall Opinion 5/10

The amp is pretty easy to use and setup. It's pretty much ready to go, just plug it in. The sounds aren't too difficult to get out of it at all. The manual explains how to use everything pretty well, though if you aren't used to using effects loops you probably won't get what the effects loops are all about.