Marshall MS-4 Micro Stack

Sku #482816000000000

FREE SHIPPING on Almost Everything

Top Rated

$59.99

MSRP: $80.00   You Save: $20.01 (25%)

Special Promotions
  1. Top Rated/
  2. Top Seller

In Stock & Ready To Ship

Platinum Coverage: (What’s This?)
Add to list
See All Marshall Mini Guitar Amplifiers
Marshall

Powerful enough to blow the windows out of a doll house!

The Marshall MS-4 Micro Stack features 2 speaker cabs with a head, and it stands only 9-3/4" high. Includes fully functioning Gain, Volume, and Tone controls. The Marshall Micro Stack is powered by a 9V battery.

Features
  • Smokin' stack design
  • Screamin' stack sound

Here's a stack you don't need two roadies to carry. Put it in the cart.

 
review resources
Loading....
write a review

REVIEW SNAPSHOT®

by PowerReviews
MarshallMS-4 Micro Stack
 
4.7

(based on 13 reviews)

Ratings Distribution

  • 5 Stars

     

    (10)

  • 4 Stars

     

    (2)

  • 3 Stars

     

    (1)

  • 2 Stars

     

    (0)

  • 1 Stars

     

    (0)

Most Liked Positive Review

 

LIKE A TEDDY BEAR

This unit is so neat you almost want to buy one for every room of the house! OK, let's get serious. The gain is weak, as other reviewers have said. If it had...Read complete review

This unit is so neat you almost want to buy one for every room of the house! OK, let's get serious. The gain is weak, as other reviewers have said. If it had a little more gain, and reverb (how much would that cost to throw in? not too much), it would be awesome. Now it's ok for whatever most people would use it for (if they didn't just use it as a knick-knack), such as in a car, a park, or during a blackout! It's as loud as I would expect, and will allow me to practice up anywhere I desire. It's a novelty not to be outdone! Considering what you can get a Fender Frontman DSP amp for money wise, like I said, it should have better gain and some reverb. But I'm happy to have exchanged my $$$ for it and would suggest you do the same if you need to practice on the run or in the park. Now, here's the weird part. I set my guitar on the floor, and next thing you know I hear music coming from the amp! It was a radio station! I'm no electrical engineer, but perhaps the cord could have been acting as an antenna? But then why doesn't that happen with regular amps? It wasn't loud, and didn't impair the function (when I turned the guitar volume back up I couldn't hear it anymore), but was strange. Anybody who knows about this stuff feel free to e-mail me. One last thing, although it says it can be powered by battery or mains, the product DOES NOT come with the converter to do so.

VS

Most Liked Negative Review

 

Nice little amp

I have to admit that the coolness of the look of this amp is a very strong feature but this little thing has a very nice sound and gets pretty good distortion if that's what ...Read complete review

I have to admit that the coolness of the look of this amp is a very strong feature but this little thing has a very nice sound and gets pretty good distortion if that's what you want. One problem you'll want to know about, however, is that it's somewhat hard to get it to stand up when a cable is plugged into it. The pull on the cable as you invariably move your guitar will make it fall over. While it has some small metal bars designed to stabilize it, don't expect that to happen. That's not a serious problem, however, but just don't expect it to stand at attention while you play.

Reviewed by 13 customers

Sort by

Displaying reviews 1-10

Back to top

Previous | Next »

(4 of 4 customers found this review helpful)

 
3.0

Nice little amp

By Delta Guy

from Baton Rouge, LA

Comments about Marshall MS-4 Micro Stack:

I have to admit that the coolness of the look of this amp is a very strong feature but this little thing has a very nice sound and gets pretty good distortion if that's what you want. One problem you'll want to know about, however, is that it's somewhat hard to get it to stand up when a cable is plugged into it. The pull on the cable as you invariably move your guitar will make it fall over. While it has some small metal bars designed to stabilize it, don't expect that to happen. That's not a serious problem, however, but just don't expect it to stand at attention while you play.

Comment on this review

(2 of 4 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

great amp

By t.s

from pittsboro

Comments about Marshall MS-4 Micro Stack:

for a amp this small; its awesome. a great deal.really good price.it has great sound.it kicked the living crap out of my friends.

Comment on this review

(42 of 79 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

Nice one

By Bangler

from Tel Aviv, Israel

Comments about Marshall MS-4 Micro Stack:

I bought this little amp as a joke to show my friends I have a Marshall "full stack" at home and I must say that I like this little thingy, it's a real nice practice amp, whenever I go to my friends band rehearsal, I usually bring along my 25 watt amp, this time can bring the MS-4 with me and have some fun while they are inside raising hell.If you want a small amp to carry around with you, this one is the way to go.

Comment on this review

(7 of 13 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Awesome little amp! 11 out of 10.

By AnguswannaB14

from Houston,Tx USA

Comments about Marshall MS-4 Micro Stack:

Just got this mini stack today and love it. Set it up plugged in my strat and played a few licks. Awesome! Stand is a little difficult to pry out, and handle is fake. Great tone. Picks up my bass pretty well too. 12 stars!

Comment on this review

(27 of 43 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Great

By Ethan Tucker

from knoxville, TN USA

Comments about Marshall MS-4 Micro Stack:

This little Marshall amp is great. I Play mostly AC/DC and BLACK SABBATH and this amp good for that classic rock and metal. One thing about this amp is that it can get loud for a 4 watt,and its great for on the road or just traveling.

Comment on this review

(72 of 88 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Marshall MS4 Micro Stack

By Flea

from Chepstow, Monmouthshire, Wales

Comments about Marshall MS-4 Micro Stack:

The MS4 is a MS2 but twice the size. You can have the full Marshall "Stack" in your house for a great value price. This practice amp sounds really superb and it gives great tone and clarity. With the Pre-Amp Gain added as well, you can also get brilliant distortion effects. Great for solos etc. All in all this amp ROCKS!

Comment on this review

(36 of 53 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

awesome amp

By joe-WQkAK

from philadelphia,pa

Comments about Marshall MS-4 Micro Stack:

amazing not-so-mini amp for practicing

Comment on this review

(67 of 108 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

LIKE A TEDDY BEAR

By Darin Loccarini

from Florida

Comments about Marshall MS-4 Micro Stack:

This unit is so neat you almost want to buy one for every room of the house! OK, let's get serious. The gain is weak, as other reviewers have said. If it had a little more gain, and reverb (how much would that cost to throw in? not too much), it would be awesome. Now it's ok for whatever most people would use it for (if they didn't just use it as a knick-knack), such as in a car, a park, or during a blackout! It's as loud as I would expect, and will allow me to practice up anywhere I desire. It's a novelty not to be outdone! Considering what you can get a Fender Frontman DSP amp for money wise, like I said, it should have better gain and some reverb. But I'm happy to have exchanged my $$$ for it and would suggest you do the same if you need to practice on the run or in the park. Now, here's the weird part. I set my guitar on the floor, and next thing you know I hear music coming from the amp! It was a radio station! I'm no electrical engineer, but perhaps the cord could have been acting as an antenna? But then why doesn't that happen with regular amps? It wasn't loud, and didn't impair the function (when I turned the guitar volume back up I couldn't hear it anymore), but was strange. Anybody who knows about this stuff feel free to e-mail me. One last thing, although it says it can be powered by battery or mains, the product DOES NOT come with the converter to do so.

Comment on this review

(31 of 53 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Great

Comments about Marshall MS-4 Micro Stack:

This does the trick for portable jamming or anything in that area. Its no Marshall stack but its a great practice amp.

Comment on this review

(25 of 43 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

awesome amp

By Kassie

from WV USA

Comments about Marshall MS-4 Micro Stack:

this amp is literally awesome! it has great sound and is just a great amp. good for beginners. crystal clear sound is what your looking for and this one does the trick!

Comment on this review

Displaying reviews 1-10

Back to top

Previous | Next »