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Marshall Dave Mustaine Megastack

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Dave Mustaine Marshall MegastackWant to look like a Mammoth, Towering Colossus Of Rock?

You need the new, Marshall Dave Mustaine Megastack, then.

Park one of these in your backline and you will look monstrously huge on stage. Basically because, despite the mega name, this is essentially a microstack.  Not that there’s anything wrong with that.

The Megastack comprises a 15-watt head with four channels (yep, four) just like Dave’s own JVM rigs.  You can choose from clean, crunch and a couple of overdrives named New Wave Of British Metal and Holy Solo.

Nice.

A three-way tone stack and built in reverb, chorus, flanger, phaser and delay add to the versatility while you also get a couple of ins and outs (line in for CD/MP3 jam-along and a line out/headphone with speaker emulation).

The unit comes with two speaker cabinets to make up the stack.  Each cab contains a 10″ Celestion speaker.

A footswitch is available (but optional) and provides easy control for channel switching and tap-tempo as well as control for the built in tuner.  The footswitch is ‘Stompware’ which allows you to use it with a standard guitar cable – no need for proprietary cables.

The Megastack is a limited edition and is currently a US-only product.  Pricing and availability to follow.

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Written by: Gerry Hayes
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