Fender solid state combo guitar amplifiers have come a long way since the company introduced their first solid state model in 1966. Today, these amps are jam-packed with tone-shaping possibilities. To say that this catalog is extensive would be an understatement - it's loaded with 10-watt practice combos, gig-ready 40-watt workhorses and monstrous 2x12 powerhouses. Every amplifier in these pages is the result of a passionate team of talented amp builders who take full advantage of technology while never forgetting what makes the Fender name admired by millions.
Amplifiers that use solid state transistors have many upsides. Not only are they more affordable than tube amps, but they're more compact, lightweight and require very little maintenance. Another bonus is that Fender solid state combo guitar amplifiers have never been so capable of mimicking their tube-driven counterparts. Take for example, the Mustang III V.2 100W 1x12 Guitar Combo Amp. A top seller, this stage-worthy amp has certainly raised the bar when it comes to solid state versatility. Boasting USB connectivity and Fender FUSE software, a single channel with 100 presets, built-in tuner and all the controls you need to shape your ideal tone, the Mustang III V.2 is perfect for virtually any genre.
While you're at it, take a closer look at the Champion 100 Guitar Combo Amp. This beast has 2 footswitchable channels; the first channel delivers a clean tone that's similar to the Twin Reverb while the second gives you selectable voicing like Blackface, British, Metal, Jazz and Tweed. Each channel has its own FX (delay, chorus, reverb, etc) and everything is delivered from a pair of 12" Special Design speakers. On stage or in the studio, the Champion 100 is sheer proof that Fender knows more than a thing or two about what makes a killer solid state combo guitar amp.
With so many popular sellers making up this selection of Fender solid state combo guitar amplifiers, you'll have no trouble finding something that gets your heart racing. In addition to the pro-level amps mentioned above, beginners and casual hobbyists will come across super-portable practice amps like the Frontman 10G, the Champion 20 and the eye-catching red 25R Frontman Series II. Honestly, you couldn't have come to a better place to buy a new solid state combo guitar amplifier. After all, we're talking about Fender here... a leader in the manufacture of guitar amplifiers since 1946.