Fender Rumble 25 Bass Combo Amplifier  

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FenderRumble 25 Bass Combo Amplifier
 
3.8

(based on 11 reviews)

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Its good for beginers that aren't doing big shows

I have been playing bass for about 2 1/2 years now and i'm pretty good. I'm in a band that does some shows and i tired this amp once and i couldn't hear...Read complete review

I have been playing bass for about 2 1/2 years now and i'm pretty good. I'm in a band that does some shows and i tired this amp once and i couldn't hear myself. Its a good practice amp that can reach volumes pretty high. You can adjust a lot to see what sound you like best. Overall its a good amp to play in small areas but not in huge places like where you would get some gigs from.

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Won't blow your socks off, but decent

It's a pretty straightfoward bass amp- active and passive inputs, which is an added bonus- many amps in this price range don't have the active input- 3 band eq., CD in,...Read complete review

It's a pretty straightfoward bass amp- active and passive inputs, which is an added bonus- many amps in this price range don't have the active input- 3 band eq., CD in, line out, phones out. It can get loud enough to cover my playing at church, but also works for practice at home. The eq is ok. The CD inputs never worked for me- I get lots of static and there's no volume adjustment for it. The red leds along the bottom that light with your playing can be a distraction, especially e.g. at church. It won't blow you away, but it's not a poor amp either- perfectly respectably workmanlike.

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(13 of 14 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

Its good for beginers that aren't doing big shows

By RandomRhythm

from Long Island, New York

Comments about Fender Rumble 25 Bass Combo Amplifier:

I have been playing bass for about 2 1/2 years now and i'm pretty good. I'm in a band that does some shows and i tired this amp once and i couldn't hear myself. Its a good practice amp that can reach volumes pretty high. You can adjust a lot to see what sound you like best. Overall its a good amp to play in small areas but not in huge places like where you would get some gigs from.

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(0 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
3.0

Cone Vibration Issues

By oddestfellow

from boston

Comments about Fender Rumble 25 Bass Combo Amplifier:

When I tried this amp out at my local GC, the cone was vibrating as soon as I started playing it. The salesman said that the lights in the store were causing it to do that. He grabbed another from the warehouse and I tried that one and it was fine, so I bought it. However, this one starts to do the same thing when I play with it plugged into the active jack for more than 45 minutes or so. If I plug into the passive jack, it's fine. It's going back to the store today.

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(6 of 8 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

DEFINETLY RECCOMEND

By tomxxdee

from Undisclosed

Comments about Fender Rumble 25 Bass Combo Amplifier:

This bass is pretty cool. My sister uses it for her bass, and when she pluggs in her Ibanez soundgear, it sounds really great. The tone is really good, and believe it or not, we have to use the second input to plug in our karioke box and it sounds good too. It has a nice, clean touch. The amp is good for small practice spaces or for gigs in small places. Since it's only 25w, i have to lower my 38w fender amp a little, but you can still hear the bass. As for a band with a drummer, perhaps you should get a louder amp, but otherwise, if you just simply love practicing or jamming out with your buddies, this amp is pretty good!

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(5 of 7 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

Best in power rating

By B. C. Schmerker

from Bethel Island, CA

Comments about Fender Rumble 25 Bass Combo Amplifier:

I have had no problems with this amplifier in an otherwise 'unplugged' setting with an OLP Guitars MM3 for a source. The Fender/Eminence transducer is well-balanced for tone. Just don't expect this amp to put out enough to keep up with drums; that task requires 100min watts.

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(9 of 19 customers found this review helpful)

 
1.0

i'm begging you don't get this amp

By rumble25sux

from new york

Comments about Fender Rumble 25 Bass Combo Amplifier:

this amp is not loud enough to play with the drums or the guitar. the guitarist for my band just got the roland micro cube amp and it tottaly drowns out the rumble 25. i had to get a new amp to even hear it when i'm playing in my band. just like the rumble 15,it makes this annoying buzzing sound past half volume. so i'm begging you please don't get this amp.

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(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

Great for small places

By Stan100

from Hamlet, NC

Comments about Fender Rumble 25 Bass Combo Amplifier:

This is my bass amp of choice for small places like nursing homes where you don't need to be real loud. It has a good deep tone. Doesn't sound thin at low frequencies. You can't get real loud with it but in small places it is nice because it is light. You can carry this amp, a guitar and a bag all at one time. The lights, I could do without but some people my like them. I love this little amp.

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(5 of 5 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Great amp for price range

By Anonymous

from Undisclosed

Comments about Fender Rumble 25 Bass Combo Amplifier:

I got the Rumble 25 3 years ago and its got me through a lot. i havent had a problem with it exept the first one i bought had a problem with the speaker, but thanks to the warentee i got a new one. The features are pretty awesome, i found the headphone jack pretty useful. the only thing is the lights are kinda weird and cheesy but i guess some people might like them. Its a great bass for starters and a great price, but dont expect too much out of it since its only a 25 watt amp. Its really not that loud and barley got me over the drums and guitar during practice. If you want to do gigs though i highly suggest you spend more money and buy a bigger, better amp.

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(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

Good Combo For Practice

By Dan

from Sandy Or

Comments about Fender Rumble 25 Bass Combo Amplifier:

This is a Very good practice amp for the price. It has a tone of features that most combos don't have. Active and passive imputs, Effects loop, CD player (which dosn't work that well), and a headphone slot which I really like. It has great tone on both ends of the bass. It dosn't handle slapping and plucking very well. The Amp distorts the Slaps sometimes and the plucks can be very flat or "paper bag" sounding compaired to most amps. The amp rattles a little when it is turned up, and dosn't go very loud, but I don't turn it up that often since I play on a half stack when I play with drums. Overall this is a solid practice amp but nothing more, I think that it is a good beginners amp, but if you are looking to paly with a band, gut somthing bigger.

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(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
3.0

Won't blow your socks off, but decent

By hare.29

from Columbus, OH

Comments about Fender Rumble 25 Bass Combo Amplifier:

It's a pretty straightfoward bass amp- active and passive inputs, which is an added bonus- many amps in this price range don't have the active input- 3 band eq., CD in, line out, phones out. It can get loud enough to cover my playing at church, but also works for practice at home. The eq is ok. The CD inputs never worked for me- I get lots of static and there's no volume adjustment for it. The red leds along the bottom that light with your playing can be a distraction, especially e.g. at church. It won't blow you away, but it's not a poor amp either- perfectly respectably workmanlike.

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(1 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Great for practice at home

By Bljeep90

from Dallas, TX

Comments about Fender Rumble 25 Bass Combo Amplifier:

I got the Fender Rumble 25 for my birthday a few year ago. I use it for bedroom practice mostly. A lot to amp for the money. I use it with my Ibanez GSR200FM and it sounds great evem with foot pedals. It is a very sturdy amp with a tough metal grille in the front.

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