The Fender FM 100H Guitar Amp Head offers 2 selectable channels. Versatile Drive/More Drive channel features a mid contour switch for customized distortion from creamy to screaming to brilliantly edgy... Read More
The Fender FM 100H Guitar Amp Head offers 2 selectable channels. Versatile Drive/More Drive channel features a mid contour switch for customized distortion from creamy to screaming to brilliantly edgy. Clean channel provides pristine volume without brittleness. Included 2-button footswitch controls channel and Drive/More drive. Spring reverb.
Fender's optional FM 412 Cab is the perfect unit to give voice to this head. (See the accessory box on this page.)
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I Bought This Head Because My, 60 watt Guitar Research head fried. I Was Blown Away When I Took It Out Of The Box And Plugged It Into My 4x8 Guitar Research Cab. The Clean Sounds Amazing, The Distortion Took A Few Minutes To Dial In But After That It Packs A Punch, I Now Push This Head Through Two Celestion 12inch Speakers and It Couldn't Sound Better, I Love This Thing, And Its ABSOLUTELY The Best You Could Get In This Price Range.
This Is An Awesome Amp Head, It Is Plenty Loud Enough For Practice And Some Smaller Venues. The Distortion Channel Is Outstanding And Always Gets A Nice Punchy Tone. The Clean Channel However Is Where This Amp Lacks. It Is Very Trebly Even If You Turn It All The Way Down, But For The Very Few Times I Actually Play Clean, It Does Just Fine.. This Is Awesome For The Price...
After reading the reviews on this amp, everything turned out to be true,which is a good thing. The clean channel is pretty much perfect. The distortion on this is not so good but I knew that beforehand and i run my digitech pedal through it. This head is really loud, I use it with the FM 412 cab thats made for it.Its sounds really nice when turned up.After tax this came to 530.00. For the price range I am really happy with my purchase. Once again, with a really good clean channel all you need is a good distortion pedal. I also tried the MG 100 watt half stack made by marshall, and I thought the Fender was alot better.
Here is the bottom line. Your low on cash but you need a loud head that will play through a half stack or full. This is the head you are looking for. Nothing fancy about it, you will need to use foot pedals for certain sounds. It does have a decent reverb on it, and a pretty good drive/more drive. I matched it with a Crate 4X12 because I already had the cabniet. For the cost of this head, then buy a 4X12 cabniet, you only have a little over $600.00 hundred dollars in it. Your band won't know the difference, and you don't have to tell them the price. I had the FM212 combo which is this head in a combo form. No matter where I played this amp would push the sound. I now use it for those fast gigs and it doesn't weigh a whole lot. I have an all tube amp head (100watts)and sure it is better. But if I had to get some place fast, I wouldn't hesitate to bring the Fender 100 with 4X12 cab. Check it out at Guitar Center. If you don't like it you have 30 days to take it back.
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