2000 Marshall G-30 RCD amp

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One of the early MG-series, introduced by Marshall in the late-90s, and still going strong today.  Great, portable amp, with all the Marshall tones you'd hope for in a solid-state amp - from clean through to searing overdrive.
A perfect combination with our 1988 Gibson Flying V'90.
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Specification

Make

Marshall

Model

G-30 RCD

Year

2000

Serial  Number

I-2000-31-0043-H

Valve/Transistor

Transistor

Power

30 Watts

Speakers

1 x 10" Marshall Custom

Channels

Clean

Overdrive

Additional Features

Independent Clean Bass & Treble
Independent Overdrive Gain, Bass, Contour, Treble & Volume
Reverb
Line Out
Headphones Connection
CD Input

Weight

11.2kg

Accessories

Marshall 1-button Footswitch

Further Information:

  • There's a lot of history behind this amp . . . well, that part of the Marshall history that created the hybrid tube/transitor Valvestate amps, from which the MG series was developed.  However small the box, the speaker, the output, Jim Marshall and the team set themselves the goal of recreating the Marshall sound without compromise.

  • And you get the benefits of that commitment with this early MG combo.  Great clean Marshall tones, and loads of crunch in overdrive settings.  That reverb is also something to rival the Fender competition, which is saying something.  

  • One of the big selling points when this first came out in 2000 was the CD Input.  Streaming was already upsetting the applecart.  And this was just one year before the launch of iTunes . . . The peak before the fall for CDs.  Fortunately, the input isn't bothered about your chosen technology, so any source will work with a 3/4" jack input!

  • A perfect combo for home practice or small gigs.  And, it's a Marshall.

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