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Fender Rumble V3 200w 1x15 Bass Combo Amp
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      Fender Rumble V3 200w 1x15 Bass Combo Amp (110174000)

Versatile Rumble for practice, rehearsal or the stage.

The new Fender Rumble V3 200W 1x15” bass combo is an ideal choice for practice, studio, rehearsal or stage, with its power, great tone and easy-to-use controls. In addition to the 15” Eminence speaker, its features include an aux. input, headphone output, XLR line out, FX loop and three-band EQ.

Re-engineered from the ground up, new Rumble amps are lighter and louder than ever, with even more power and a classic Fender vibe. A newly developed foot-switchable overdrive circuit and versatile three-button voicing palette deliver powerful tones ideal for any gig. Additional upgrades include Eminence® drivers and premium HF compression tweeters.

Fender Rumble V3 200w 1x15 Bass Combo Amp Features:

  • Power: 200W @ 4O (with extension cab); 140W @ 8O (internal)
    Speaker: 1x15” Eminence; one compression tweeter with on/off switch
    Single channel
    Aux. input
    Headphone output
    XLR output
    FX loop
    Dimensions: 23” x 19” x 14”
    Weight: 34.5 lbs.

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  • Can't Go Wrong

    As reviewed by Dennis on 7/27/2014

    I've owned this little amp for about two months now having bought it in a panic when my small venue amp gave out. My first gig with it was a mid-sized blues/jazz venue. The band had two horns, guitar, and keyboards. And despite getting kind of rowdy on a few tunes, I was amazed that I never had to crank the volume up. It was steady, responsive and very impressive. The sound is amazingly vintage Fender bass. There's even a "vintage" (and contour and bright) button that is supposed to, I assume, enhance the Fender sound. But I found these buttons a bit annoying as they do little more than give you options that quite frankly were a little weak, in my opinion. What I found to be the true heart and soul of Rumble 200 is the equalization - bass, low mid, high mid, and treble. They're rotary dials with indents at the six o'clock position. Rather than nipping away adding to the bass or treble frequencies, these mid settings actually do dial in their frequencies to such an exacting state that they truly give you the ability to dial in wide array of sounds. Turn the bass dial to nine o'clock, and the low-mid to three and be prepared to say wow. Or dial in the overdrive "channel." on neutral EQ but with a bump in the hid-mid. Yikes! The Rumble 200 brought a whole new experience to my fretless bass. I could get as much or as little "growl" as I wanted without having to give up a fine deep tone. The upper registers are exacting, brilliant and clear as a bell. And on the fretted bass, the bottom end was a true note-for-note reproduction of that buttery "Fender bass" sound rather than muddy cover up like get with a lot of smaller amps. And again the highs were amazingly clear and brilliant. I've never used overdrive, not my style. But this amp has started to change my mind. The 200 offers a what they call an overdrive circuit which for all intents and purposes is a second channel (footswitch) which I've got to tell you is a gas to play with; it's just way too much fun to ignore. Add in all the expected extras like FX loop, speaker out, (but you won't need an extra cab with the onboard 15 in Eminence,) XLR out, mini-plug auxiliary in and headphones out, and at 35 lbs and the price you just can't go wrong because, in my opinion, Fender got this right.

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  • All the Rumle V3's are great!

    As reviewed by Jon on 12/14/2014

    This is a fantastic amp. If this isn't big enough for the gig, you can plug into the board with an XLR. Every one of the V3 Rumble models are great! And they are super light weight. I am hoping Fender makes guitar amps this light weight soon.

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