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|The Marshall Haze MHZ40C is a guitar combo that is designed to give studio quality tone. This Marshall Guitar Amp Combo has a custom voice that is adjustable with echo, chorus and vibe to enhance your performance. All you need to do is connect these Marshall Guitar Amplifiers and rock the floor. The Marshall Haze MHZ40C is truly versatile in nature and a dynamic blend of modern technology that helps you meet today's rock environment. If a portable amplifier that delivers all tonal promises is what you want, then this Marshall Guitar Amp Combo is the right choice for you. These Marshall Guitar Amplifiers produce 40 watts of magnificent tone through two mighty EL34 power amp valves, that is enough to satisfy both the band practice and smaller venues.|
|UPC||5030463217047, 886830091049, 886830097461, 886830384318, 886830788963|
|Instrument Type||Electric Guitar|
|Power Output||40 watt|
|Number of Channels||2|
|Number of Speakers||1|
Average review score based on 8 user reviews
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Ok the Marshall Haze 40, first off was the second one I purchased through E bay because the first one which was brand new was defective! So that kind of alarmed me to wonder about the quality I would be buying from Marshall. I've had a few Marshall in my day, and at least two out of 5 Marshall's I've had, had design issues. I became interested in the Haze 40, because it seemed like a mini me version of my 1977 JMP Mark II 2 x 12 combo with a great real tube compression sound. My JMP at times is too big, too heavy for smaller clubs, so I was drawn to the Haze 40. Whew, sorry for all the background, but the Haze 40 is a very good sounding amp for the size and the price. With lots of effects included, it's makes it a fun amp to have. I have found that without effects though, the amp is cleaner sounding with less noise. I actually use this amp for acoustic amplification because it warms up the chords, and makes for a more studio sounding acoustic guitar. I don't know how many people feel Marshall for acoustic? But it's a nice affect. Now for electric, this amp freaking rocks and again with that singing tube compression it reminds me of my mid 70s JMP model. I don't feel this amp is very appropriate for metal though unless you look for vintage type tone, for the Haze is more reminiscent of that 70s rock tube tone, that made solos so appealing. This amp will make your solos sing whether they are rocking or mellow. If your into bluesy, or Jimi burning sounds, you can find it with haze 40. For mellow, the notes are right there hanging on your every selection. I do feel this is a very versatile amp, with all its features. 2 channels, and effects include digital reverb, echo, chorus, flange, delay, and of course overdrive. (Which s a bit noisy) one more great feature, effect loop. Definitely new for Marshall rock amps and at an affordable price. So you don't have to use the on board effects if you have your own pedal set ups. You have your effect loop. You tube these amps to hear their tone. If you like vintage tube tone like the JMP etc, you can now get them back at a compact version with perks. I may upgrade my speaker though. So I would give this amp a 4 1/2 out of 5 star rating!
All I can say is, I was very surprised.. I set this fella up next to my old major and it jangled the same but no hernia! :)
For an Indian made amp I was shocked, as I expected a low to mid grade practice amp, yet got full blown Marshall tone in a very cool classic looking combo. I Plan to pick up a few more for Christmas presents for friends... as for the effects section, it was fun to play with, but not something I would use.. the distortion was standard for Marshall, but being a rat user, I would not use it unless I forgot my pedal.. But I must stress this is a great amplifier.. the only problem is, they will probably discontinue it's production, as they always seem to do, when something is this good.Anyway, go get one yourself and God Bless England! :)
Great Service! Amp came properly, securely wrapped and packaged. It sounds great and has no defects. Love it and am using it currently for gigging and practice. It's relatively light weight and beats carrying a larger combo or head-cabinet combination for gigs. I definitely would recommend usage of one. I did change out the pre-amp tubes with Groove Tube 12AX7's. It sounds great! Chorus and Echo effects are great!
I bought this amp to have a more portable alternative to my 100 watt half stack. It gets the job done. Pretty authentic classic marshall tone. I bypass the effects as I don't need them and the amp tone is better with the effects turned off. Works well with my pedal board, and sounds great with a good dirt box or 2 in front. It's understandably a little muddy in the low end for high gain stuff, but plugged into an enclosed speaker cab that issue goes away.
This amp is great for every type of music. I have played fender peavey and everything else you can think of. this is without a doubt the best tone I have ever had.