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Marshall Kerry King Signature MG10KK

 
The Marshall MG10KK is the Kerry King signature model of the MG10CD, the amp that Slayer's main guitar slinger uses backstage to warm up before a show. In celebration of Kerry's fondness of Marshall amps and his backstage use of the MG10CD, Marshall is releasing the MG10KK, a 10-watt solid-state combo adorned with King's trademark tribal graphic design and packed with...


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It may be small but it sounds great! featured

Sound Last year with some Christmas money I had I bought a new guitar and had a few extra bucks left so I decided to get I practice amp for practicing in my bedroom. I chose this one because I'm a Slayer fan and it just looked cooler than the other practice amps. When I got home I plugged my new axe through this amp and turned on the built in overdrive and I was surprised that it sounded pretty good for such a tiny, cheap practice amp. The sound isn't the best, but it's pretty good for a practice amp. The line out jack lets me plug my iPod into it and jam out to my favorite tunes. So if you like extreme music and are looking for a practice amp, this is the one for you!


Reliability In the 10 months ive had it I've banged this thing around and its stayed in great shape. It never broke down on me ever, even when i blasted out on high gain and the volume at 10. This thing is really reliable! I would never bring it to a gig though since it's a 10 watt practice amp.


Liked about it Two channels: Clean and Overdrive
Nice and small, I can carry it up to my friend's house and back
It can get really loud!
Nice red and black tribal front panel.


Didn't like Sounds worse at high volumes


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By IBNZ_RG
Oct 11, 2009
 
Last updated: June 16, 2010
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