Summary: This was my original review: I love the sound of this amp. Even regardless of size, it sounds great. I think $50 is a little steep considering some used amps you can get for that, but if you need something small...VERY small to just have around this is probably the best thing you'll find.
Summary: This thing sounds like playing through a super loud clock radio. Just like you should expect from something so tiny and powered by a 9 volt. This isn't a bad thing, though, it's perfect for what it is. If you want thicker distortion, just plug in a pedal.
Summary: Although adorned with the Marshall logo, this little amp does not live up to the name it carries. While the clean channel sounds good at mid to low levels, the distortion, is just that; distorted, as your guitar will lose its identity when played a high levels.
Summary: I bought this for my daughter so that she could take it to school, she is not allowed to plug her main amp in at school due to policy! The sound out of the plastic case is surprisingly good for the price. The dials do as marked and though there is no distorted/dirty channel it is easy to overdrive.
Summary: What i thought was at best a bit of a branded novelty turned out to be a real tone laden doom box, was i pleasantly suprised when it handled a load of pedals and just kept going ,another good andertons purchace though i should'nt be suprised realy the captain said it was good.
Summary: It's not very rock'n'roll to say it, but this has to be the only electrical bit of kit I've bought in the last 20 years to come with no mains adapter (which you have to buy separately for £10). It would at least be good to know this when buying (and the fact that there's no jack lead either ... !