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How do I take apart a Marshall MG10 Practice amp

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Usually there are screws, sometimes including those holding the handle that support the amp. Sometimes there are a couple from the sides... USUALLY the corner protector screws are not involved.

Hint, the amp is easier to handle and remove by setting on the side.

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