Marshall MS-2 1-watt Battery-powered Micro Amp - Black

Battery-powered 1-watt Guitar Combo Amp with Clean and Overdrive Settings, Tone Control, and Belt Clip - Black
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Genuine Marshall Tone That Fits in Your Pocket

Marshall's MS-2 Micro Stack pumps out a ton of pure Marshall tone for its diminutive size. This miniature guitar combo amp is ideal for weekend getaways, impromptu jams, and just having fun. One watt may not seem very loud, but trust us - this puppy can crank. You get clean and overdrive settings, a tone control, a belt clip, and your choice of battery or AC power (via an optional adapter). If you're hooked on Marshall tone and can't take your full-sized rig with you, Sweetwater's got you covered with the Marshall MS-2 Micro Stack.

Marshall MS-2 Micro Stack Guitar Combo Amp Features at a Glance:
  • Classic Marshall styling in a micro-sized amp
  • 1 watt of authentic Marshall tone
  • Clean and overdrive settings
  • Volume and tone controls
  • Headphone jack can also be used to drive an external power amp
  • Belt clip for shredding anytime, anywhere
  • Battery- or AC-powered (with optional power adapter)
Put a Marshall in your pocket: the Marshall MS-2 Micro Stack!

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Tech Specs

Type Solid State
Number of Channels 1
Power 1W
Speakers 1 x Speaker
EQ 1-band
Inputs 1 x Instrument
Outputs 1 x 1/4" TRS (headphones)
Height 5.51"
Width 4.33"
Depth 2.36"
Weight 0.75 lbs.
Manufacturer Part Number MS2

Customer Reviews

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Actually pretty dmn good!

This little thing actually sounds pretty d*** good for what it is. Play it almost every other night when sitting in front of the TV etc. Took it on a business trip too-so much better than playing dry. Can highly recommend.
Music background: Pro

mini marshal

Neat little practice or on the go amp! Goes great with my new Les Paul Chicago Blue!
Music background: 37 years of jammin'

Actually really decent

For the money, and what it's designed to be (A practice amp I guess) this thing is great! For it's size, it's actually loud, and the dirty channel doesn't sound too bad. I was surprised. My son keeps it in his room to practice with, and my wife loved it so much I had to get one for her keyboards so she could practice wherever. You can't beat it for the money.
Music background: gigging musician

Marshall MS-2 1 Watt Battery Black Micro Amp

For the size of this amp the sound is great, it's not a Marshall half stack but it's not as heavy. The sound is great for a little practice amp, sitting on the couch with the controls right beside you. I would recommend this amp, it's tiny but very portable, it firls in your pocket, briefcase, or suitcase, you just have to carry the guitar obviously, great Christmas or birthday gift.
Music background: semi-pro guitar player.

Mini Monster

If you're looking for an instantly overdriven sound, the Marshall MS-2 absolutely delivers. The tone is surprisingly good for being made pretty much entirely from plastic, though I couldn't rate it above 3.5/5 mainly because of how easily it breaks up. With just about any electric guitar, setting the volume on the instrument past about 25% and the volume on the MS-2 beyond 9 o'clock, the speaker immediately begins naturally distorting. Along with this, the Overdrive setting doesn't so much put distortion on the preamp signal as just boost the output from maybe 0.75w to a full 1w. Overall, it's not an awful amp, shockingly loud and crunchy with consideration of the dimensions and being powered by a common 9v battery, plus the tone pot is very sensitive, rolling off a lot of treble as you go down past 12 o'clock, but it won't give you the transparency of most amps even in the same price range. I'd call it a decent investment for practicing hard rock licks.
Music background: Playing 14+ years: hard rock/metal/blues
See also: Combo Amps, Marshall, Marshall Guitar Combo Amps