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This item runs exclusively on an operating voltage of 230V and therefore requires a voltage transformer to run in your country of United States of America.

Combo for Electric Guitar

  • Power rating: 25 Watt
  • Equipped with 1x 10" loudspeaker
  • 100 Adjustable presets
  • 14 Preamp models
  • 4 Power amp models
  • 8 Loudspeaker models
  • 24 Professional effects
  • Up to 5 effects at the same time
  • Bluetooth & USB connection available
  • Marshall Gateway app compatible
  • Headphones out
  • Line in
  • Tuner
  • Dimensions (W x H x D): 350 x 340 x 215 mm
  • Weight: 6.1 kg
  • Matching equippment: programmable foot switch (not included)
Power 25 W
Speaker 1x 10"
Memory slots 100
Reverb Yes
Effects Processor Yes
External FX Loop No
Line input Yes
Recording Output No
MIDI Interface No
Connection for External Speaker No
Headphone Output Yes
Footswitch connection Yes
incl. footswitch No
Weight in kg 8,0 kg
Item number 380972
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185 Customer Reviews

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4 45 Customers
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2 9 Customers
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4.3 / 5





The best starter amplifier
flexksx 13.04.2020
I bought this amp to start practising electric guitar. The tones I was searching for were the angry-metal tone and some bright, "glass" clean tones. The bunch of effects and presets that the manufacturer assures is really decent, although you will not need the whole 100 of them. I loved the versatility of this amp, you can play blues, jass, get some light-rock tones and there are a lot of switches for you to choose from. In comparison to the MG series amp that I listened to at my friend, the CODE is obviously better at tones and the sound is cleaner and clearer.
I dealed with some problems in using the USB-recordin feature, because, first of all, the sound that is recording is different from that you are hearing when playing, and I also managed to accidentaly break the port.
Also, at the begining you may find it a challenge to understand what tones give you the amps and the cabinets and the power-amps and the whole lot of switches it has, but in an hour of messing up with them - you'll find what you need.
The bluetooth feature is usable and really useful, I used it multiple times to just listen to music, but it also allows you to play along a track or cover some songs while they're playing straightly from the amp. Also the Marshall Gateway app is very good as a remote-control for the amp, and with it you can hold 200 presets - a hundred on your phone and a hundred on the amp (but you will not need so much of them).
As a conclusion, I admit that this is THE BEST amp in this price category and may be the single one you would need for practise and is a decent one to play somewhere live, the sound is really good. Even if I didn't gave it at every point 5 stars, overall it truly deserves it.


A really nice choice for that price
nikolajeff 29.09.2020
I've been using Marshall Code 25 for a month. I've bought it for home use and I'm going to tell you what it is about.

1. Overall the sound is good for a relatively low price. Since it is 25W amp, you can make it sound so loud that it will probably be possible to preform in front of a small audience of people. However, if you want a good amp for home use(as I wanted), you shouldn't be scared of the wattage. It is easy to set the volume so that it won't be heard from another room, even with high gain.

2. The divesity of sound you are able to get is also amazing - delay, reverb, distortion, overdrive, auto wah and so on, you can change every little detail about every setting.

3. The easiness to use. The interface and the buttons are really self-explanatory and I had no problems setting the sound I wanted. If it isn't convincing you, there's a good free app that you can connent via bluetooth to your amp and tweak every single setting that you need. The app is also extremely easy to use.

1. It is sometimes hard to find a right volume setting spot to play really quietly.

2. The back panel of the amp was really hard to remove. I had to use a knife which damaged the corner a little bit.

I didn't notice any major cons about this amp. However, some small flaws could be fixed in a short span of time.
I definetely can recommend Marshall Code 25 if you're looking for low to mid volume good quality sounding amp.

Overall, it's a great choice for that price range.


Above expectations, high quality digital product
Mz/x 16.07.2021
I use this amp for home practice and recording. In short: works out of the box, almost every preset sounds good and it's very easy to make them sound great. Works on Linux out of the box through MIDI, a huge plus for me! The firmware update goes through MIDI, too from the browser, absolutely brilliant. The competition is far behind Marshall in this software respect.

The amp is extremely versatile. It can do clean, but it can metal very well, too. Usable without the phone app, just by dialing things in on the amplifier interface, but the phone app is great, too. Works well with the analogue potentiometers of the guitar, too. Eg. crank up the volume in drive and you get more distortion, the way it should be. The headphone setting is great. The music input is either via Bluetooth, jack or USB MIDI. All playback options work right away even on Linux. And it is loud. This is no ordinary HiFi-style 25 watt, as you'd expect.

The only, in my eyes absolutely minor negative point, hence I didn't deduct a star for this, is that on the latest Android the bluetooth paring was cumbersome. The phone paired with the amp straight away and played music through it, so the issue is not the playback. The issue was that the Marshall app didn't see the amp despite being paired with the phone already. The solution was to delete all the stored BT connections from the phone and then reconnect. Then the Marshall app managed to connect to the already paired BT device. The app is smooth once connected: settings, cloud backup, the works.

If you are used to simpler tech, then you've got some learning to do with the CODE. My bet is that you'll love it once you understand it well. But if you're the DSP nerd already, you'll appreciate the quality of this from day 1. I also own just to give an indication.

In summary this is a true Marshall amp, but at the same time a high quality digital product, worth every penny. I chose it instead of the MG series, there's no going back to those, no way, this amp is so much more fun. Take it out for a spin, you won't regret it.


Great Modelling Amp
HaCan 26.03.2020
I use this product in my house, during practicing and recording. I am not a professional artist, so I only recorded backing tracks, etc. for my self. However, the quality of this amp is satisfying for me.

- You get a lot of different options for pre-amp, amp, and cabinets.
- The options for the pedals are great. Modulation pedals sound neat since DSP and modulation techniques have evolved quite a lot.
- Super easy to connect to your mac or pc. After connecting it, you can edit every setting on your amp via the "live editor" feature.
- The online community provides great amp settings for different artists, songs and genres.
- The speaker is a decent Marshall speaker. Great sound.

- The pre-fx pedals are the worst part of this amp. Especially chorus and distortion sound a bit odd.
- There are some known issues regarding the 'volume' knob. Sometimes, it is not linear. Sometimes it makes big jumps between different values when you are turning the knob.

The pros are a lot more than cons, I would definitely suggest this amp to anyone who wants to buy a decent amp for home practice, even recording for fun.


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