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Fender Mustang III 100W 1x12 Guitar Combo Amp

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The new Fender Mustang amplifier series raises the standard for modern guitar versatility and muscle. Driven by incredibly authentic amp models and a huge bank of built-in effects, Mustang amplifiers ... Click To Read More About This Product

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The new Fender Mustang amplifier series raises the standard for modern guitar versatility and muscle. Driven by incredibly authentic amp models and a huge bank of built-in effects, Mustang amplifiers come equipped with USB connectivity and Fender Fuse software, allowing your musical creativity and imagination to run wild.

The Fender Mustang III is a 100W open-back combo amp with a 12" Celestion speaker that sounds great and pumps serious volume. It contains 100 amp presets derived from 12 different amp models that deliver tones from vintage Fender sparkle to outrageous modern metal distortion, and 37 different effects in four categories (stomp, modulation, delay and reverb), all easily and instantly accessed.

The Mustang III combo is great for rehearsing, jamming and small gigs, and the 1/8" headphone jack doubles as a speaker-emulated line out. Further, connect Mustang III to your computer with its USB output and use the included Fender Fuse software to open up a world of possibilities, including on-screen parameter control, deep editing, additional effects, unlimited preset storage, online preset swapping with the Fender Fuse community, and free Fender artist presets.

The Mustang III combo's included programmable two-button footswitch controls preset up/down, quick access, effects on/off and tap tempo (optional four-button footswitch also available).

Mustang III packs it all into a striking visual design with sleek and modern Fender styling that provides a look that's as desirable as the sound.

FEATURES

  • 100W
  • 12" Celestion G12T-100 speaker
  • All-new DSP platform
  • 12 amp models: '57 Deluxe, '59 Bassman, '57 Champ, '65 Deluxe Reverb, '65 Princeton Reverb, '65 Twin Reverb, Super-Sonic, British '60s, British '70s, British '80s, American '90s, Metal 2000
  • 7 stomp effects: Overdrive, Fixed Wah, Touch Wah, Fuzz, Fuzz Touch Wah, Compressor, Simple Compressor
  • 11 modulation effects: Sine Chorus, Triangle Chorus, Sine Flanger, Triangle Flanger, Vibratone, Vintage Tremolo, Sine Tremolo, Ring Modulator, Step Filter, Phaser, Pitch Shifter
  • 9 delay effects: Mono Delay, Mono Echo Filter, Stereo Echo Filter, Multitap Delay, Ping Pong Delay, Ducking Delay, Reverse Delay, Tape Delay, Stereo Tape Delay
  • 10 Reverb Effects: Small Hall, Large Hall, Small Room, Large Room, Small Plate, Large Plate, Ambient, Arena, Fender '63 Spring Reverb, Fender '65 Spring Reverb
  • Mono series FX loop
  • Chromatic tuner
  • 1/8" aux input
  • 1/8" headphone jack (doubles as a speaker-emulated line out)
  • USB port
  • Black textured carbon tweed vinyl covering with silver grille cloth
  • Includes 2-button programmable footswitch
  • Includes Fender Fuse software for on-screen parameter control, deep editing, unlimited preset storage, online patch swapping, and easy firmware upgrades
  • Includes Ableton Live Lite Fender Edition and AmpliTube Fender LE Edition software
SPECIFICATIONS
  • 17-3/4"H x 20-1/2"W x 10-3/4"D
  • 36 lb.
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4.7

(based on 43 reviews)

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Most Liked Positive Review

 

great little rig

I bought this amp at a local guitar center, because when I walked in there was a kid thrashing on an Ibanez on what i figured to be a thousand dollar twin, but to...Read complete review

I bought this amp at a local guitar center, because when I walked in there was a kid thrashing on an Ibanez on what i figured to be a thousand dollar twin, but to my surprise it was this little powerhouse.. I've been playing for about 15 years and I've had Marshall half stack, and this little amp quenches even that thirst.. I'm very pleased with how my les paul matches up with it. the effects are rich and the high gain distortion is very warm for a transistor amp. the clean channels are unique and have every variation you could ever want, along with a 12 string emulator. and how many amps have 9 different kinds of reverb?. it's amazing... hope this was helpful.

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Mustang III not quite for me.

Wanted to use this amp for small type gigs, recording, something light weight, small, reliable. It is light weight. Loud enough to play with a loud drummer, or gig? Yes....Read complete review

Wanted to use this amp for small type gigs, recording, something light weight, small, reliable. It is light weight. Loud enough to play with a loud drummer, or gig? Yes. Clean tone-to me it seemed thin, brittle. Had some of the fizzy sounds that have been reported by others on some settings. To be fair I used with the bridge position humbucker cuz that's where I leave it live. Some of the cleans were better with single coil. Some of the higher gain sounds are pretty useable. The brit 80's model with a pedal gave a lead tone that cut through pretty well with a loud drummer and bass player. Again a little harsh sounding, lacking a bit of low end but it is digital. A closed cab or different speaker may help. Very tweakable sounds with the LED screen and easy to adjust. Tried to record out of the phones out with the bassman tone. I got a crackle almost like an overloading of the input but I checked my converters and preamp, didn't seem to be clipping. didn't try to use the usb out. effects loop seemed to decrease the volume of the amp so I had to put the pedals in front of the preamp. Got the 4 button foot switch-worked ok with the quick access presets, though the switches are too close together. The tuner function on the pedal is cool. You have to save your presets to the first preset locations if you want it to default to them when the amp is turned back off cause it always seemed to go to location 00. It doesn't remember where the amp was last set. With all the above, and the tone just not being too inspiring, I am going to try the vox vt-80+ instead, I tried it out in the store and the tones are less harsh, more low end, more tube like (I would buy a tube head if they weren't so heavy, expensive and unreliable). Make sure to thoroughly try out both of these amps to see which one works better for you, preferrably at home or an actual gig.

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(36 of 37 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

great little rig

By Marvin

from perryopilis pa

I bought this amp at a local guitar center, because when I walked in there was a kid thrashing on an Ibanez on what i figured to be a thousand dollar twin, but to my surprise it was this little powerhouse.. I've been playing for about 15 years and I've had Marshall half stack, and this little amp quenches even that thirst.. I'm very pleased with how my les paul matches up with it. the effects are rich and the high gain distortion is very warm for a transistor amp. the clean channels are unique and have every variation you could ever want, along with a 12 string emulator. and how many amps have 9 different kinds of reverb?. it's amazing... hope this was helpful.

(25 of 25 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Very Happy

By Gary

from Michigan

For me, this thing is perfect. I am old, but new to playing guitar. Well I have been playing on and off for 30 years, but I am new to playing seriously. The fuse software allows me to experiment with tons of effects without wasting a ton of money expirementing. I am using the headphone out into a PC and listening through some Alesis monitors. This works great for me becuase I can control the volume better for partment living and allows me to hear it in stereo, without killing my hearing with head phones. I had the Mustang II which was ok, but for difference in price, I like the Mustang III. It is still light enough to easily carry in one hand. The FUSE software is the only deep editing software I have used, but it is very easy and definetly get's the job done. The clean and distorted sounds I am getting out of this are great. Someone who has owned some high end tube amps might find fault with this thing, but I am not.

(20 of 21 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Worth much more than it costs

By Prospect42

from Columbus, OH

First of all, this amp is a lot larger than I expected, the picture doesn't really do it justice. It is a really great looking amp, but more importantly is the sound. I have played several other amps (Fenders Marshalls and Oranges mainly) and as far as sound quality goes, this one definitely holds up. It has built in amp modeling so it can make itself sound like some really popular and vintage amps. These modelings are definitely accurate as far as tone and other specificities that each amp holds, but of course it isn't able to make a perfect match. However, these sounds are very high quality, and in my opinion, they sound great. At first it does sound like a really nice tube amp, but a well experienced ear can probably tell the difference. But that isn't to say that it isn't a nice amp, especially for the cost. Additionally, it has a wide variety of effects that really add a lot to it and are equally very high quality, and the fact that you completely customize each really sells me on it. I can't say anything about reliability really because I haven't had it for long at all, but I can say it is very well constructed and I am expecting it to last very long. The controls are all easy to use (and actually make sense) and it is able to get very very loud. All around a superb purchase.

(20 of 21 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

A whole weapons arsenal within one box...

By Justin

from Los Angeles

The Mustang III is probably the best modeling amp out there and for the price of $299.99 it's probably a steal. The amp features 12 amp models 100 different presets that you can customize thru the Fender Fuse software or manually and you could have fun with the software that comes with the amp. The built in LCD screen makes editing your preset easier too(trust me, I'm new to the rock n' roll world and it's easy to use). I play a wide spread of music so having the ability to choose different amp models is pretty beast. The best part of the amp is that it showcases a Celestion 100 watt speaker which is freakin' strong and keeps the sound clear at high volumes. I'm using a Fender American Spec Strat with the amp and it just sounds remarkable. I've tried the G-DEC and several other amps from Line 6 and Marshall, but in the end I choose the Mustang III for its features, price, and versatility.

(18 of 23 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

THIS AMP HAS A LOT TO OFFER

By AUBREY

from SOMERVILLE TN

JUST BOUGHT THE AMP ,SOUNDS GREAT,HAS LOTS OF POWER ,AND QUIET,LIKE FOOT PEDALYOU CAN CHANGE PRESETS AT WILL,I WILL BUY THE 4 BUTTON OP PEDAL LATER,BEST AMP OUT THERE FOR THE MONEY,NO NEED FOR PEDALS WITH THIS AMP,AMP HAS THE RIGHT AMOUNT OF WEIGHT,ONLY THING THAT I THINKS IT NEEDS IS A XLR LINE OUTPUT,TALKED MY SON INTO BUYING THE MUSTANG VI IT HAS TWO 12"s

(18 of 18 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Mustang Sally!

By Carl James Steen

from Chichester N.Y.

This little wonder has all of my gear purchases turned upside down! I just cannot believe how good this solid state modeler sounds! I have had everything under the sun in my quest for tone, easy function, portability, and practical convenience and at the moment this does it for me. I currently own a HD500 and DT50 head rig which I am liking alot, but this grab and go "Steed" is the cats meow! The effects are decent and the amp models are really acceptably good! I have not seen a solidstate amp with the feel and tone that this gem has. Including line6,vox valvetronics,Fender CyberTwin,Peavey Vypyr,boss GT10, digitech GSP1101, Johnson and Rp series. I can go on and on, I have owned them all, eccept the "Fabled" Fractal Audio Axe-Fxe Ultra, which maybe someday I'll have to end all this gas madness. For right now I love this little STANG and it works like a champ at my band rehearsals and live gigs with a mic in front of it, wall of sound!

(11 of 26 customers found this review helpful)

 
3.0

Expected More

By John

from Syracuse NY

This is a tough review to write. I play mostly Blues classic rock and hard rock (love my Maiden). I have mixed feelings about this amp. I will start with the shortfalls. It lacks the low end fullness that a 12" driver should deliver. I hate to say this but I have the line 6 spider iv 75 and it sounds more like a fender hot rod deluxe tube amp with a warmness and fuller roundness to the lower frequencies than the mustang. Obviously neither are tubes and I expect the solid state sound but a modeling amp should do a better job of modeling. Right? It is extremely bright and adjusting the treble mid or bass does not really do anything to change that. I also had a Superchamp XD which is a richer sound with the tubes and about the same amount of low frequency. So your clean sounds sound like your playing though a 10" driver. Not great for Jazz or blues. So what about some positives. Well if all you play is classic rock and hard rock or metal this amp seems to shine and not have the buzz saw sounds that you get from line 6. Boston More than a feeling. It nails it. Super sustain especially when you can tweak the deep comp section. So the controls. Easy as pie to figure out. Love that you can change every preset and save it. Included pedal pretty cool. You can change functions. But read the manual. They boast you can have a 6 button configuration but really 5 since the 6th changes modes. So you can turn on and off the stomp/ Delay/ Mod but have to choose from reverb or up and down presets but not both. No LOOPER why when others do? FUZZ not the greatest/ WAH usesless and it sucks out your tone. So you get comp and overdrive for the stomps... Mods are decent with tweaking and delay is good as well as reverb. Line 6 needs to steal the chorus and delay settings. Well actually Line 6 really needs to steal the editing feature. That is the best feature of this amp. SO EASY to edit and change your presets. If I could take that and stick it in my line 6 you might have the perfect amp. I hope this helps someone. I returned mine for the Line 6. See my review on it.

(10 of 11 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

awesome for the price!

By Nathaniel

from kentucky

I've had one for about a week now, and I can't stop playin with it. So many different effects and amps to play around with. you won't get board. I realy like the tap button that you use to set the delay or tremolo or whatever your using. One of the best parts about it is fender fuse and ableton 8 recording software that comes with it.

(10 of 10 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

A Awesome Combo-Modeling Amp

By Kenneth

from Los Angeles, CA

I will describe to everyone on my opinion on the Mustang III in a single sentence... The Fender Mustang III is the best amp for the price and for the features. Here's some extras: I recently bought a Marshall MG30FX amp for practice and its a great amp too. Later on, I did additional research on amplifiers and then I saw the Fender Mustang series and then I looked back and decided to swap out the MG30FX for a Mustang III amp. Even though the Marshall was great amp, I love the Mustang because of its ease of use and its features. The little LCD screen makes editing presets a breeze and the Fender Fuse preset editing software expands your editing to a new level and you can manipulate ur amp into creating any kind of preset you desire. The base amp sports 12 different amp models that range from fender classics to modern day "metal" amps. The Celestion 100 Watt G12T-100 speaker offers high power without sacrificing sound as when you roll on to high volumes the amp maintains a crisp and clear sound. I love the open back feature and overall I think its a helluva amp. I am a novice, but I've done my research and I think I would recommend this amplifier to anyone... from hobbyists and beginners to pros and musicians.

(9 of 9 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Must have a Mustang!

By Art

from Las Vegas, Nv

This is a great AMP! It has so many features, and thats just with the presets.. Add the Fuse software and you are practically unlimited on what you can do to tweak this thing. 100 watts of power and a great sounding 12" Celestion speaker. $299.00? Are you kidding me? Do you really need to think about it for that long? Its a steal! Plenty of POWER...Awesome SOUND...Unlimited capabilities...studio quaility recording software....killer price....what more do you need? Go check one out...you'll leave with it

(5 of 6 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

HELL YEAH !!!!!!!!!!

By Tim F

from Bonney Lake WA.

I have had alot of great amps in my life " Marshall,Mesa Boogie,and Fender" but this one takes the cake! All pro's and no cons. All my favorite amps in one with 100 watts through a Cellestion speeker and effects for 299.99 !!!! Fender hit it out of the park on this one and I'm sold!

(5 of 5 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

The sprit of Leo Fender lives

By Michael Baker

from Falls Church, VA

To all of those great names such as Leo Fender, Jim Marshall, Seth Lover, & Randall Smith you can add the name...Who were the unsung code slingers who modeled the software for the new Mustangs. Fender has got it right. With the Fender models included it appears all of the classic Fender schematic designs are included. The others are expected - the classic British 60's 4 EL-84 amp, a couple of British JCM generations, the American heavy Metal icon, and an American boutique amp. And with the various controls and speaker combinations available, you can emulate many other variations. No you don't get "tone stack" mods, etc, so the British 70 might sound more Marshall than Hiwatt, but the controls give you great flexibility. What sets this apart is the controls. They work for each amp models the way the should. There are advanced controls to find just that perfect sound - blend channels, bias, sag, master volume. Adjust that bias and get that power amp distortion, hit the sag and your amp just became a old classic road warrior. These aren't sterile, one-size fits all, models. It takes work to get things right. The FUSE software is the other half. With 100 presets you could, if you were OCD enough, have a new preset for every song in a show, and then some. But the software not only makes setting a a particular chain of effects and sounds - better to match the exact set-up of your favorite guitar god - but each effect can be adjusted just like you favorite stompbox or rack unit. As an added bonus you can play - guess which effect - to see if you can figure the base model used. FUSE also allows you to setup the effects as "stompboxes" or as rack effects. It is all Drag-and-Drop. The amp has that "heft" we love about classic Fenders. It feels like a Deluxe Reverb - not too heavy, just solid. It gets loud - a lot louder than you'd think a mid size combo would. The controls have a nice feel to them - although the "Master Control" takes some getting use to as it seems to be a rotary encoder instead of just a simple pot or switch. Other digital modeling amp manufacturers could take a lesson from Fender on fit, feel, and design. The layout is easy to use, you can do the basic setups right from the amp. The software lets you adjust the preset for the moment without overwriting it. The tuner shuts off the power amp while you tune to an easy to see display. Fender has a strong warantee on this product - they back it by more than just good copy. Fender has been pushing the boundaries with their G-Dec and Cyber amps, but have been in the shadows of their more well know competitors. Fender has just raised the bar for modeling amps with this really nice integrated package. All the other digital amp manufactures are now going to have to play catch-up.

(5 of 9 customers found this review helpful)

 
2.0

Very very weak, but loud.

By Ben Dover

from Candy Cane Forest, WI

Normaly to find higher wattage amps it will cost more, but this amp is quite the contrary. It's loud and packed with many presets, but they are all extremely weak. My uncle bought this and I tried it out and it wasn't good at all. The distortions just sounded mumbled and crunched together, not hard and pounding like they should. The effects are weak as well, and really kill the guitar's tone and sound like a cheap electric piano. It's loud tho! But if I were you, you'd be better off getting a simple practice amp because at these prices you're obviously not gigging and don't need 100 or even 40 watts, and then just get a multi effects pedal if the money really isn't there.

(4 of 4 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Spectacular

By Tom

from Sacramento, CA

I had the Mustang 2 and was always happy with it. When I walked into my local Guitar Center, and saw the new Mustang line, I knew that I had to purchase the Mustang 3. The power with the Celestion speaker is more than enough for me. I've been playing for 21 years, and I have used Marshall, Peavey, Line 6 and other Fender amps. This amp is the best amp I have heard and played. I prefer solid state to tube amps, I know, it's sacrilege to say, but I prefer them. This amp is the only solid state that has the warmth that tubes do possess. Line 6 used to corner the market on modeling amps, but the advent of the Mustang amps is now light years ahead of Line 6 and the others.

(3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Just get one!

By John Thorne

from Las Vegas NV

ok, you dont have to read what i have to say... just get one! but it you want to know my take on it well... i love it! i just picked it up at my local GC having returned the peavey valve king 112 ( i just could not get the tone i wanted from it). hmmm where to start... Looks: It looks sharp and i like the vinyl finish on it Durability: i just got it so i cant say really, but it sure is light but feels well built. i feel confidant it will last me a good while. Interface/ usability: The UI is so clever and easy to use! i just turned it on and went through all the presets and i automatically figured out how to adjust the tone and effects to my liking and it was easy to save as well. And when you use the Fuse software it becomes even easier to go deeper into adjusting the sound you want! The amp came with the 2 button footswitch which is nice to have but i will definitely get the 4 button ASAP. whats really cool about the foot switch is when you get the 4 button switch you can still use the 2 button (that mean 6 buttons to take full control of the amp!). I just wish there was also an expression pedal for whammy, wha, and volume... Sound: This is an important one. The sounds out of the 1x12 Celestian is most impressive. it is quiet responsive on the low and high end and very crisp clear sounds. the amp models are the best in the biz compared to line 6 (witch i thought had excellent sound), peavey vyper (dont like the sound and the user interface), and the VOX Valve Tronix (another modeling amp i like). this fender puts all of them to shame. Another thing to add is this little guy gets really loud! Value: This is a steal! no joke, 299.99 for this! you get so much for what you pay; great sound, the best amp modeling; and very fun and useful effects all in a very very simple to use layout. I could go on and on about how great this amp is. But i think you should just get one to see what i am talking about! I showed my buddy this amp and now is is selling his 2x10 Line 6 spyder IV to get one asap. and another friend of mine has a Marshall MA100C 2x12 all tube combo amp and she was surprised just how good this Fender sounded.

(3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Best Solid state amp in this price range! good for gigging, or just at home with the volume down low!

By Allie Graham

from Greensburg PA

I have NOTHING un negative about this amp! I bought it a little over a week ago, and what can i say? I love it! You can get any sound you want out of it, punk pop/metal sounds to TUBE amp sounding clean! This is the best amp in this price range! The amp is open backed and it comes with a 12" CELESTION SPEAKER! Definitely recommend it. This review is coming from a tube snob. Im definitely not a tube snob anymore. Solid state technology has advanced so much in the past years. I can blast this baby up and still hear every note CLEAN. Definitely recommend it. :) If you're debating over a Line 6/Peavy modeler or this. Definitely get this one! You wont be disappointed. You can even gig with 100Watts! If 100 watts isnt enough, you can just mic it up. Either way,this amp is a WIN. :) If you need an amp or need one big enough for gigging and dont want to put a hole in your pockets. This amp is for you! :) Ps. You can get any sound you want out if this amp! :)

(3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Everything You Need

By Blackie James

from Chicago, Illinois

The Fender Mustang III has got what you need for all around playing. I have been a professional guitarist for forty years and have played trough almost every amp out there. My current stage rig is a 65 Fender Twin Reverb, that's a 1965 not a reissue, plus a pedal board full of high end and custom modded pedals of all flavors. I needed a small combo for rehearsals, small gigs and recording but was turned off by what was available. I checked out the Mustang III and was impressed and I don't get impressed easily. I have used it on small gig venues, rehearsal settings and just this past week used it on an outdoor festival stage with an SM57 in front through the sound system and it performed excellent. I spent a little time tweeking the presets that I liked and it was killer on stage. It's easy to tweek and sounds great. So impressed by the performance that six of my fellow guitar friends have gone out and purchased the amp. It is a must to buy the four button foot switch in order to multi-function and see what preset you want and to fully utilize the amps capabilities. Another thing to note is that this amp works great at volume settings of four to seven and if you need louder than that just mic it and the job gets done. If you need more out of an amp then buy a Marshall and lug it around. For what you get sound wise and effect wise this amp is solid and versitile. Bravo Fender you got this amp right on the mark. Buy it and love it.

(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Un-Believable Sound/ Value

By Rick

from Ohio

Ok i had been looking for something different than the Line 6 Bogner MK1 series with a single 12" at 40 watts. Though this is a great amp and gives most all they would ever need i was still wanting something else. I am retired from playing out but still give lessons and love to play at home almost everyday. I went to the local GC to look at just a few amps (this was not on my list due to no tubes). I didn't care for the New Vox amps,Never cared for the Bugera's(they are too limited) and Peaveys and so on. I was ready to give up and walk out and seen these. Had read about them a little,not much. I was not expecting the surprise when i plugged one of my own guitars in and right off the bat i had the sound of *Tube* shaped distortion without changing a thing at first. Then went to the clean channels. I knew Fender has been through alot of changes and didn't know if they kept their quality up on their own clean styled amps like the twin and such..Well they have even through a modeling amp. All their clean tones are unreal and as crisp as a tube amp by them. I could go on and on but once you take it home..Call Fender,get a tech guy/girl on the phone and they will walk you through the amp. It is simple to arrange what sounds you want and changing parameters if you are use to say *Rack mountable effects* and such. If you are not, work with it a little. Or don't get this amp if u want an already completely hooked up amp and go to a simpler amp. The amp can be low on volume and get great sounds and then with 100 watts to play with it is very loud also and keeps the same sound. This amp could be played live and mic'd at a concert arena and be heard easily. You can digitally record with it on your own pc or mac and gives you the Fender sounds from back in the 50's to 60's and now, all the way up to Marshall sounds from back in the day till now and Boogie,Kustom,Ampeg,...yada yada yada. The only thing i don't know is how long this will go without needing repaired. That is yet to be seen. But we all know anything (especially) electronic can go down at anytime so that is to be expected. The price on this 100 watt Solid State is very reasonable i think for what it offers and the 2 way footswitch is included in this one. I will offer one good amount of advice. Get the 12" combo,the smaller 10" and 8" just don't cut it for a good rounded off sound unless you plan on just recording at home or you don't really care. The other smaller ones sound good but not like this one with the 12" celestion. For my money and now owning this Fender Modeling amp after over 40 years of playing Schenker,Vai,Morse,Moore and countless other guitarist this is a very good amp to get started on but not for a beginner,this amp is for someone who knows what they want in their sound be it clean or overdrive. Also has a great built in tuner and compressors and fixed wah that actually sounds like Schenker on his earlier stuff. I would recommend this amp and if i lost it today i would buy another. All above are pro's,here is the one con i have. I am old school but i know pc's also. This amp is based on updating from the internet. That part bothers me a bit but it is also exciting to know you can store your sounds and retrieve them if lost. So there is a plus to online as it is. I hope this don't become an issue down the road.

(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

The BEST amp I've ever owned!

By Jerry

from Pinckney,MI

I finally found an amp that can cover any sounding amp out there.Unbelieveable reproductions across the board.I'm smiling all the time now.I play all different kinds of music,from rock,metal, billyrock to blues and ballads.If you can't copy any amp out there on this little monster your playin disco! Even thats prolly in there somewhere.My cheeks are sore from grin'n all the time.This is the best amp for the buck or my names not Beauregard W.Tittlethorpe!

(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Versatile and affordable!

By Kmac

from St.Louis MO

I have a Fender Blues Junior and was looking for another amp to play hard rock/metal. I learned about the Mustang series of amps on an online guitar forum and heard great things about them. This amp is great. You can play everything from metal to amazing clean tones. The amp modeling is awesome and the effects are not bad. You can adjust your settings on the amps bright LCD screen or tweak them even further via USB cable on your computer. This amp is quiet enough to play in the bedroom but can get loud enough to jam with a drummer. Excellent amp for the price.

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