Marshall MG100HFX Guitar Amplifier Head
Marshall MG100HFX Guitar Amplifier Head provides more settings and features than ever before!
The 100 watt MG100HFX head offers 4 channels; Clean, Crunch, and 2 Overdrive channels. Settings can be saved on these channels and restored on the next power-up without any control adjustment by setting it up in preset mode. The amplifier operates in two modes, Preset and Manual. Preset mode remembers a preset and recalls it on your next startup and manual mode revives your unit to the exact way the controls are set. Versatile, the MG100HFX provides these alternate modes for a variety of different players.
The MG100HFX amplifier head has two external speaker sockets to connect to either 1 or 2 external cabinets. When using external cabinets ensure the total load impedance is equal to, or exceeds, 4 ohms.
Marshall MG100HFX Features
Reverb & FX
- 100 watt output
- 4 storable channels
- Digital effects including Delay, Chorus, Phaser or Flanger
- Digital reverb
- Power amp damping
- MP3/Line input
- Emulated Line/Headphone output
- External Effects Loop
- MG footcontroller compatibility
The MG100HFX amplifier provides three simultaneous effects, Reverb, Delay and one of three Modulation effects (Chorus, Phaser, or Flanger).
Use tap tempo to set your delay times as easily as tapping your foot. Tap Tempo switch is used for the Delay effect only.
Jam along to your favorite bands or personal recordings by connecting to your MP3 or CD player to this convenient 1/8 inch input jack.
Headphones & Line Out
The Headphone/Line out provides speaker emulation, so you can hear your guitar like its being blasted through powerful speakers or record direct to a source without using a microphone.
Make it sound like your using 2 completely different amplifiers. When Damping is Off
the power amp response resembles the feel of a classic power amp with emphasized middle and limited bass and treble. Switching Damping On
will boost the speaker resonances both in the bass and high frequency ranges.
The FX Return socket on the rear panel is used to connect the your favorite external effects pedals or processor. The FX loop is series and set at instrument level so both guitar FX or professional units can be connected.