Marshall MG102CFX 100-watt 2x12" 4-channel Combo Amp with Effects

100-watt 4-channel 2x12" with 3-band EQ, Digital Effects/Reverb, FX Loop, Line In, Footswitch, and Speaker-emulated Line/Headphone Outs - Black
Marshall MG102CFX 100-watt 2x12
Marshall MG102CFX 100-watt 2x12
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Marshall Tone in a Combo!

The Marshall MG102CFX guitar amplifier combo gives you four storable channels of fantastic Marshall tone and plenty of power for the stage! The 100-watt MG102CFX 2 x 12" combo includes four switchable channels and a 3-band EQ. It also features a 2-button footswitch, power amp damping, a switchable effects loop, and a line-in for music players. This amp is excellent at emulating the response and sound of a tube amp, and it works great for your live and studio applications alike. Speaker-emulating headphone and line outputs are built right into the MG102CFX combo.

Marshall MG102CFX 100W Guitar Amp Combo with Effects and Reverb at a Glance:
  • Simple panel layout for easy tweaks
  • Killer tones
  • Take advantage of incredible effects
  • From the music store to stages everywhere
Simple panel layout for easy tweaks

The MG102CFX features a tried-and-true panel layout that's amazingly easy to use. Gain, 3-band EQ, volume, and master volume are laid out for quick access. Push-button channel switching allows for smooth, uninterrupted transitions. Combining true analog tone circuitry and Marshall's proprietary FDD (Frequency Dependent Damping) technology, these amps provide that authentic Marshall sound and feel. This damping technology emulates the dynamic interaction between an amp and its speaker, giving you feel and tone characteristics you'd normally only find in far more expensive tube amps. The combination line-out/headphone-out features speaker-cabinet emulation, giving you full Marshall sound when recording or practicing through headphones. A line input allows you to play along with MP3 and CD players.

Killer tones

You have a choice of four different channels in the Marshall MG102CFX. you can choose from clean, crunch, OD1, and the high-gain OD2. These four programmable channels give you a huge tonal range, from pretty and clean to mean and scream. Mix them with the speaker-damping function and digital effects to create the killer tone rigs you have always wanted. The new silver faceplate and carbon-fiber-looking vinyl give the MG102CFX a definite rock 'n' roll attitude.

Take advantage of incredible effects

This amp includes great-sounding reverb and digital effects (chorus, phaser, flanger, delay, octave+, and reverse delay). In fact, you can use up to three effects simultaneously. The delay time can be manually set by using the front-panel TAP button. Settings for each channel can be customized and saved for instant recall. In addition, MG102CFX features a switchable effects loop for adding a favorite external effect to the sound. This model also includes a 2-button footswitch as standard equipment.

From the music store to stages everywhere

Jim Marshall didn't start out building great amps. In fact, his entry into the amp world came about in part because the drummers that visited his music shop for equipment and lessons often brought along their guitar players. Conversations about their amplification needs led to the birth of a line of amps that would eventually change the sound of music. From those first humble creations to Pete Townshend's first monster full stacks, from the mid-'60s combos to Hendrix to backlines of multiple Marshall rigs, one thing has remained constant: Marshall's commitment to the best tone and performance possible.

Marshall MG102CFX 100W Guitar Amp Combo with Effects and Reverb Features:
  • 100 watts
  • 2 x 12" speakers
  • 4 storable channels
  • Digital effects and digital reverb
  • Line-in for MP3 and other music players
  • Headphone-out/line-out with speaker emulation
  • External effects loop
  • Power-amp damping
  • 2-button footswitch included
The Marshall MG102CFX puts 100 watts of amazing Marshall sound - plus effects and footswitchable control - into a handy head!

Additional Media

Guitar Amp Buying Guide
MG Series User Manual

Tech Specs

Type Solid State
Number of Channels 4
Total Power 100W
Speaker Size 2 x 12"
Effects Yes
Reverb Yes
EQ 3-band
Inputs 1 x 1/4"
Outputs 2 x 1/4"
Footswitch I/O Yes
Effects Loop Yes
Height 19.9"
Width 26.6"
Depth 11.1"
Weight 49.38 lbs.
Manufacturer Part Number M-MG102CFX-U

Customer Reviews

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Marshall 100w Amp MG102CFX

Everything you want in a amp,for the price!!! Sounds GR8 & light weight. Could be improved with canisters.

Love This Amp.

Just can't say enough about how much it has brought to the band. Very easy to program. It's also nice that I can tweak my sound while on stage and not have to worry knowing that it's only temporary unless I press and hold the program button. This Amp is VERY POWERFUL. I also like the closed back. We play a lot of small venues so my amp is usually in front of me tipped back. The closed back helps reduce our stage volume. That helps with controlling what comes out of our fronts. I would strongly recommend this amp to anyone who doesn't have a lot of effects and don't want to invest a huge amount of money.

Who needs toobs?

When I started looking for an amp I considered getting one strictly for my new guitar but I also needed one for my yamaha synth. I decided to see how the yamaha would sound with a guitar amp. I figured if it didn't work well I could always buy something designed for keyboards. Even though this Marshall is not one of their more heralded tube amps, I felt that getting 100 watts with 2 twelve-inch speakers in a Marshall product for 6 bills was an awful good value. I was delighted the first time I played the synth through this amp. It gave my yamaha a huge sound and it is every bit as full as you would expect a multi-driver amp would. I can't wait to actually try it with the guitar. The transparency of the sound is also quite amazing. If you are in the market for a so-called keyboard amp and don't want to spend a thousand plus then don't hesitate to get this amp.
Music background: Longtime music hobbyist

WOW, I sound this good?

First, I'm just a living room player, my audience consists of my wife and my two pot bellied pigs.. and they're not fond of the volume this puts out or of the notes I fail to hit often. Seriously, The sound coming from this amp is auditorium quality and the volume would be more than enough for an outdoor concert, an idea comes to mind to quiet the neighborhood dogs this summer... I had a bunch of practice amps and a Fender Mustang IV that I never liked so don't use. I wanted something a bit more simplistic to use with a rich, mellow sound for my hollow bodies to play through. I got EXACTLY what I was hoping for. In no way is this a "little amp" in my book. She's no practice amp to be carrying around the house, she's heavy. I have a friend who plays in a band with a tube amp and love the sounds he can make. Now I can sound the same or even better with this Marshall, other than I still suck. It BLOWS AWAY the Mustang IV and everything else I own. I'm beginning to play around with foot controls and like the one that comes with this, the tone and sound changes drastically with a tap of the foot. I love that this doesn't have 100 channels to choose from every time you turn it on, I can set it and leave it where I prefer or play around for different effects, there are plenty. What I can't believe about this is the quality of the sound coming from it. I'm waiting on my Gibson Lucille to come back and am currently playing an inexpensive Epiphone Dot Studio. The performance of the Dot coupled with this amp will be hard to beat. I would play this combo anywhere, anytime. I could not be happier with my purchase and see no need to ever upgrade now, this is the one!! My customer service representative, Ryan, was wonderful with his expert advice and guidance, and he's one of the nicest guys I've ever dealt with. If you're looking for a sweet amp, get this one at Sweetwater, the only place I shop now for my musical needs. Great service, the lowest prices and they stand behind the sale.
Music background: The pine trees around my house, I'm just having fun
See also: Combo Amps, Marshall, Marshall Guitar Combo Amps