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The Fender Mustang IV V.2 guitar combo amp adds flexibility to one of the best-selling amps in the world. The Mustang IV V.2 raises the standard for modern guitar versatility and muscle, adding five n... Read More

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The Fender Mustang IV V.2 guitar combo amp adds flexibility to one of the best-selling amps in the world. The Mustang IV V.2 raises the standard for modern guitar versatility and muscle, adding five new amp models, five new effects, intelligent pitch shifting and XLR stereo outputs. It features USB connectivity and Fender FUSE software, letting your musical creativity and imagination run wild.

Features
  • One 1/4" input
  • One channel with 100 presets
  • Gain, Volume, Treble, Middle, Bass, Reverb, Master, Stomp Edit, Modulation Edit, Delay Edit, Reverb Edit, Utility, Save, Exit and Tap/Tuner controls
  • Black textured vinyl covering with silver grille cloth
  • 18 high-quality amp models including five new ones
  • New effects, including big fuzz, green screamer and intelligent pitch shifting
  • Two stereo XLR outputs
  • Headphone out and AUX in
  • Blackface treatment and top-load front control panel
  • USB connectivity
  • Fender FUSE
  • Ableton Live Lite 8 Fender Edition
  • USB recording output
  • AmpliTube Fender LE Edition
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FenderMustang IV V.2 150W 2x12 Guitar Combo Amp
 
4.9

(based on 13 reviews)

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100%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Pros

  • Easy to use (3)
  • Excellent sound (3)
  • Good power output (3)

Cons

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5.0

Exceptional Versatility and Sound Quality

By Robert

from Woodland Hills, CA

About Me Experienced

Pros

  • Easy To Use
  • Excellent Sound
  • Good Warmth
  • Portable
  • Powerful
  • Versatility

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Amateur Recording
    • Events
    • Home Studio
    • Performances
    • Professional Recording

    Comments about Fender Mustang IV V.2 150W 2x12 Guitar Combo Amp:

    During several days demoing the Mustang IV v.2 vs.the Mustang III v.2 at two local GC stores, using identical Factory Presets and my customized settings, I consistently felt the MIV v.2 had a noticably preferable fuller and richer tone, than the MIII v.2. They are both terrific Amps! And, sounds better once you get past most of the extreme FX laden Factory Presets 00-82.

    The Basic Profiled Amp models in Factory Preset Memories 83-99 are a great place to start finding your preferred tones, as these have no FX enabled. The Advanced Amp settings (tap Amp button 2x) gets you deeply into the Mustang's Magic. Here you may adjusts SAG, BIAS, Cab Simulations, and more. Note: These Advanced Amp settings are individual for each of the 100 Presets - they are not a global adjustment! With the Mustangs a subtle adjustment to any of a Preset's Amp or FX parameters can go a long way!

    The Free Fender FUSE software can do a lot for Windows or Mac users. However, if you have an Android tablet or smartphone, the REMUDA App is the way to go! It does things FUSE lacks and makes editing, reorganizing, and using the Amp much easier and convenient!

    I bought the Mustang IV v.2 during the 2014 year-end Holidays Sale, soon after buying a Mustang III v.2 because the MIV was temporarily out of stock. I subsequently chose to also keep the Mustang III v.2. Both have been exceptional and flawless ever since. I subsequently added the optional EXP-1 Volume and Expression pedal accessory to significantly expand to the Amp's functionality and enjoyment.

    Particularly, as I have two Mustangs and friends with Mustang's, the REMUDA App's automatic .fuse format file create feature helps easily email Preset files to others and configuire both my Amps. REMUDA's Drag & Drop Reorganize Presets and Reorder Signal Chain features are great. And, REMUDA's Preset Favorites Marker and Performance Mode Song SetList Feature really adds to the Mustangs!

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    (6 of 6 customers found this review helpful)

     
    5.0

    Good amp for live gigs.

    By Bijou

    from Elizabeth, NJ

    About Me Experienced

    Pros

    • Easy To Use
    • Excellent Sound
    • Powerful

    Cons

    • Heavyweight

    Best Uses

    • Amateur Recording
    • Events
    • Home Studio
    • Performances

    Comments about Fender Mustang IV V.2 150W 2x12 Guitar Combo Amp:

    I went through an adventure to get this amp. I bought it used, but in excellent condition.

    I use this amp as my main rig. No other pedals as this amp has a range of effects on the ready. It is almost overwhelming with how many presets are on the amp. Around 90 different presets, not including 10 based on the amps without any effects. You could end up getting rather lost in picking the sound you want. Which sounds like a con, but its not. In fact, the joy of dialing in tones ranging from blues to the heaviest of metal is without words.

    You have two volume controls. One for the effects and the other the overall volume/master volume. You also have a gain knob, treb-mid-bass controls and a reverb control. You have two speakers in the amp and believe me, you will never need to go full blast with this amp.

    The ONLY true con about this amp is its weight. It's pretty heavy to carry it around frequently. I had the worst time hauling the amp up a few flights of steps so it is not my recommendation to select the amp if you are just jamming with friends. Especially if there is a lot of transporting. I would suggest the Mustang 3 or 2 for that. I cannot comment on the Fuse option as i have yet to use it.

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    (5 of 5 customers found this review helpful)

     
    5.0

    Amazing sound

    By Wannabe blues player

    from Mountain Ranch, CA

    About Me Novice

    Verified Buyer

    Pros

    • Easy To Use
    • Excellent Sound
    • Good Warmth
    • Portable
    • Powerful

    Cons

      Best Uses

        Comments about Fender Mustang IV V.2 150W 2x12 Guitar Combo Amp:

        I am really enjoying my new amp. It's very easy to use right out of the box - and for me, I doubt I will ever need another. The options are endless and i am having a blast - even with my limited catalogs of songs I know - finding the right amp setting on one of the 100 pre-set settings is proving to be great fun (and practice). This is absolutely the best music purchase I have made.

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        (11 of 11 customers found this review helpful)

         
        5.0

        I dig this amp !

        By Gary

        from Kirkland, WA

        Site Member

        Comments about Fender Mustang IV V.2 150W 2x12 Guitar Combo Amp:

        I just got one of these a couple of weeks ago after doing research online and demo'ing it at the local Guitar Center store. I am very happy with this amp! Never mind all the crazy good effects that are built into it. The "tube amp" sound is totally there! That is the best part. It is warm like a tube amp, and it "jumps" like a tube amp. It sounds great at low settings or cranked up - clean or "driven". I have a Gibson ES 335 and a G&L Nighthawk, and this amp brings out the best in them both. The Fuse software is a total blast - easy to use and very flexible.

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        (5 of 5 customers found this review helpful)

         
        5.0

        I dig this amp !

        By Gary

        from Kirkland, WA

        Site Member

        Comments about Fender Mustang IV V.2 150W 2x12 Guitar Combo Amp:

        I just got one of these a couple of weeks ago after doing research online and demo'ing it at the local Guitar Center store. I am very happy with this amp! Never mind all the crazy good effects that are built into it. The ""tube amp"" sound is totally there! That is the best part. It is warm like a tube amp, and it ""jumps"" like a tube amp. It sounds great at low settings or cranked up - clean or ""driven"". I have a Gibson ES 335 and a G&L Nighthawk, and this amp brings out the best in them both. The Fuse software is a total blast - easy to use and very flexible.

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        (10 of 10 customers found this review helpful)

         
        5.0

        A Fender Twin for $500

        By David Berry

        from Overland Park, Kansas

        Comments about Fender Mustang IV V.2 150W 2x12 Guitar Combo Amp:

        I am a lifelong musician. I grew up playing the piano and that has been my primary instrument for 35 years. I have gigged with keyboards, and consider my skills average. Twenty years ago, a good friend GAVE me an '84 Made-in-Japan fender squier HH bullet. I learned the open chords and that's about it for many years. In the last 5 years, I started playing more with my friends and bought a nice acoustic guitar to begin my journey into guitar legend. At that time, i decided to dust-off the bullet and ascertained it needed rewiring. Put a Seymour Duncan 'Pearly Gates' in the bridge and an 'SH-1 '59' at the neck. It is a SCREAMER with the American-Made '67 Tele neck with which those guitars are so famously endowed. Looked all around for a good amp. I decided early on that I wanted enough power to play at any venue, stereo-out for recording straight to the board and the quality of a well-known amp maker. Through my research, I came across the Mustang (V.2). I have a real attraction toward the Fender Twin Reverbs, because I have known keyboardists who used them for gigs. After weighing the differences in cost, weight and tone, and after taking a top-notch guitarist into GCenter and test-driving the M-IV(V.2), I concluded it would do nicely. Was I right! This amp SCREAMS cleans, dirties and muddy grunge. The options are limitless, and even though there are a hundred presets that offer just about every mood and tone, I have found the most joy simply dialing-in one of the 18 Basic Amp Models and adding pre- and post effects to my ultimate satisfaction. I really believe this amp can do just about any tone imaginable. There is the age-old argument of 'tube feel', and should be considered before buying a mustang. That being said, I have found the breakup amazing at higher volumes and gains. Not sure how Fender managed it, but their models really do have a tube feel. Surely, some highly-skilled guitarists will argue this idea, and that's OK, because music truly is a personal thing, and so are the instruments and equipment used. The FUSE software is easy to use and WOW! So many functional features that allow for shaping any model to your ultimate liking. The biggest complaint I have is that there are nearly an infinite variety of possibilities, and this can be overwhelming. I have fun getting lost in the possibilities, but I have also found great satisfaction in the basic amp models and simply adjusting the gain/treble/middle/bass/reverb dials...especially the Twin! Give one a test drive! These truly are amazing amps. I have a Fender Twin, Bassman, Princeton and 15 other highly-tweakable, well-designed amp models at my fingertips...all for just over $500! Fender NAILED IT, guys and gals.

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        (7 of 7 customers found this review helpful)

         
        5.0

        More than I could've hoped for

        By Richard Serrano

        from North East, PA

        Comments about Fender Mustang IV V.2 150W 2x12 Guitar Combo Amp:

        I've been playing consistently for about 2 years at a local church and was going to get a Tube amp and spend more than I needed to. I saw a couple of videos on the Mustang and I decided to give it a try. Obviously, the clarity of the tubes cannot be denied but for what I need it for, it is great... No need for pedals because it has MORE than what I needed. The tone is great, it is very versatile and it only took about a few minutes to get comfortably acquainted with the amp. It also looks great and the four button pedal that comes with it has great use and it is also very easy to use.

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        (6 of 6 customers found this review helpful)

         
        5.0

        This Amp Does Everything!

        By Mark Vincent

        from Reno Nevada

        Comments about Fender Mustang IV V.2 150W 2x12 Guitar Combo Amp:

        I am simply blown away by my Mustang Amp! I got the full half-stack. I can hook it to my laptop and play ANY amp I wish! It has all kinds of nuts and you can play it really low also! This s totally awesome! There are thousands of amps you can choose from on the web. People like you who enter their amps into the Fender Fuse Hardware to use and put on to your hard drive! It is not hard to do either! I am no computer genius and I did it y my self. A very happy customer! My favorites are the old Amps but they have Splawn, English, Marshall, Mesa Tec. It is endless amps to choose from! Plus you can play back sucks right through the amp and jam to it! Very cool!

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        (7 of 8 customers found this review helpful)

         
        5.0

        BREATH TAKING

        By JOHN PETTY

        from PORT ST LUCIE FLA

        Comments about Fender Mustang IV V.2 150W 2x12 Guitar Combo Amp:

        I have had several amps in the past, but this amp is the best thing since printed money. The quality of the sound just blew me away and my wife who plays the Hammond Organ she noticed the difference. I don't think i would but another amp only the mustang iii to play in church. You won't go wrong in buying this amp. This amp is top notch quality i can't stop playing it.

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        (12 of 13 customers found this review helpful)

         
        4.0

        Amp Modeling for Vintage Enthusiasts

        By David George

        from Dunedin, FL

        Comments about Fender Mustang IV V.2 150W 2x12 Guitar Combo Amp:

        Having primarily played in bands that cover a wide range of music styles modeling amps have been a key part of my on-stage arsenal for several years now. I started off using Line 6 products, but about a year ago I was intrigued with the sound of Fender's Mustang line and ended up buying a Mustang Mini based on the accuracy and versatility of their modeling. I was hesitant to make the jump to the Mustang from my Line 6 gigging rig due to the investment in both time and money in the setup I used. I knew that moving over to the Mustang would involve re-arranging my entire stage setup which is the one downfall of this amp. However I recently concluded that for my purposes the Mustang was a much better fit for the styles of music I was playing and therefore made the leap and so far I'm well pleased with that decision. The real distinctive value of the Mustang IV is in it's very wide selection of classic Fender amps, particularly in the V2 version of this amp. Although Line 6 offers a fairly good range of amp models, it's much more oriented toward modern rock and metal. In my case I tend to need great rock tones, but I also need great country, jazz, blues, and rock and roll tones. What better way to do that than to start with the amplifiers that defined those sounds such as the Twin, Princeton, Deluxe, Twin Reverb, Champ...etc? The Mustang also offers a nice classic selection of heavier rock and metal amps as well such as the Hi-Watt, Orange, Vox, and Marshalls to provide a complete platform to getting to the style you need for any particular song. The key to mastering modeling amps lies in the tools to accurately configure the models you need and this is where the Mustang shines with the inclusion of the free download of the Fuse software. Fuse provides a visual interface through your computer to the amplifier that allows you to select and tweak each model and save it as a preset. Although you can do most of this from the amp's control panel, Fuse offers much deeper editing of parameters and effects and really simplifies that entire process and allows you to maintain a library of your favorite presets on your computer. The ease and flexibility this provides to the modeling configuration process can't be understated and is truly the biggest advantage Fender holds among it's competitors in the field. I chose the Mustang IV over the III for the dual speaker arrangement. Because of the open back and dual speaker design of the Mustang it's far less brash on stage than the Line 6 and it also distributes the sound better without blasting everyone else out. I was surprised at how much volume I could maintain on stage and still blend well with the other instruments and vocals. The EQ controls really make a difference in each amps tones and you have to be fairly conservative in manipulating the bass, mids, and trebles as they make a pretty considerable difference in the ultimate sound you'll get. Now for the downside. The on-stage setup for the Mustang is rather archaic in comparison to the Line 6. The Line 6 provides an optional MKII floor control that connects to the amp with a single Ethernet cable and provides full access to the switching models, tuning, and expression pedal. In the case of the Mustang this is much more limited. Fender provides a 4-button controller with the Mustang IV which can be augmented with an additional 2-button control OR their expression pedal. In either case you will have individual 1/4 lines running from each of these devices back to your amplifier. This makes for a much messier and time consuming setup for the gigging musician. It may not be a big deal for other people, but a simpler design sure would make a difference for those of us that have to setup two or three times each week. In spite of this deficiency I think I've still taken a major step forward in terms of accurate models and tones for the variety of material we play, and that is the key element I was looking for.

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