Fender Rumble 350 350W 2x10 Bass Combo Amp Black

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The 350W Fender Rumble 350 Bass Combo Amp takes you and your sound to DEFCON 1 by forcing 350 watts of seismic bass power through a pair of 10" Fender Special Design speakers and a piezo horn (for hig... Read More

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The 350W Fender Rumble 350 Bass Combo Amp takes you and your sound to DEFCON 1 by forcing 350 watts of seismic bass power through a pair of 10" Fender Special Design speakers and a piezo horn (for highs). Brace yourself”the Rumble amp is not for the meek. You can further tailor your tone by blending adjusted-to-taste overdrive with pure, clean bass tone for first-rate Fender bass sound. Other useful-in-real life features include a horn on/off switch, XLR output, 3-band active EQ with semi-parametric mid controls and "punch" and "scoop" presets, and springloaded side handles and removable casters all in a ported, rugged, and easily portable enclosure.

The full-featured Rumble 350 bass combo features a professionally voiced preamp and a high efficiency digital power amplifier, vented cabinet design for enhanced bass response, quiet variable speed fan cooling, and a piezo horn with on/off switch. Get a killer overdrive effect with the help of the gain and blend controls (footswitchable with optional footswitch) optimized for bass to give mellow warmth or heavy distorted tones. The Punch and scoop preset EQ shapes are ideal for finger and slap style tones. The 4-band active EQ delta comp adaptive compression circuitry gives you even tone, without losing the finer details of your sound. The included line out is great for direct recording or live use, and the combo also features a headphone jack for silent jamming and practicing. An included auxilliary input works great for CD/MP3, tape or drum machine to help you get into the mix and work out your rhythms and tempos. Black vinyl covering, rugged black metal grille, and nickel corners round out the sturdy shell to this combo.

Features
  • Amp Type: Solid State
  • Input(s): 2
  • Output: 350 Watts
  • Line Out :1/4" line out for direct recording or live use
  • Impedance: 8 Ohms
  • Speaker(s): 2x10" Fender Special Design
  • Controls: Volume, Overdrive Gain, Overdrive On/Off, Overdrive Blend, Punch EQ preset, Scoop EQ preset, Bass, Low Mid, High Mid, Treble
  • Covering: Black Vinyl
Specifications
  • Dimensions: 26.02"H x 28.47"W x 18.9"D
    Weight: 65.02 lb.
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FenderRumble 350 350W 2x10 Bass Combo Amp
 
4.4

(based on 16 reviews)

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Hartke, Shmartke, Buy a Rumble

The Rumble 350 is loud. This amp is the real deal, (the caster wheels probably prove that) many 2x10 amps don't have a very good bottom end frequency. The Rumble 350 has...Read complete review

The Rumble 350 is loud. This amp is the real deal, (the caster wheels probably prove that) many 2x10 amps don't have a very good bottom end frequency. The Rumble 350 has a serious bottom end. (shakes my inside). One of my favorite features of this amp is the punch and scoop presets. Whenever I want to slap, I turn on the scoop preset, and it sounds excellent and warm. What I have noticed about some other bass amps, like the Hartke 2x10 hydrive for example, the amp sounds good, but its missing that special ingredient. The 350 has that special ingredient and sounds better than any 2x10 bass amps around. This amp is worth more then its priced. It shakes my house. This amp gets it done in any musical situation. I give it 2 perfect 10s! Thanks Fender, you did it again!

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Not enough volume for the band situation, too much volume for practicing alone

I got this amp in hopes of using it for rehearsals and gigging since it was small and portable. Unfortunately the 2x10 speakers don't deliver enough juice to be heard over the drums and...Read complete review

I got this amp in hopes of using it for rehearsals and gigging since it was small and portable. Unfortunately the 2x10 speakers don't deliver enough juice to be heard over the drums and guitars. It's too loud for practicing alone but doesn't cut it for the loud rock band type. I decided on keeping it anyway, because it's too expensive to ship it back. I'll hang on to it for a while, perhaps I can use it at gigs and run it through the PA, who knows.

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(4 of 4 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

The Search Is Over!

By Rusty Gibson

from Pasadena, TX

Comments about Fender Rumble 350 350W 2x10 Bass Combo Amp:

I have been on a quest for a good sounding combo amp to use on small gigs where my Eden stack is too much. I tried TC Electronics, GK, Ampeg, Acoustic, & Mark Bass & none of them had the sound I was looking for, which was tight low end punch with good clarity & enough wattage to compete with acoustic drums & 2 guitar players with loud amps. They all had their plusses, but none had it all. I really wanted something I could kick back like a monitor so the soundman didn't have to deal with stage sound from me at all in the smaller venues. Most of the amps I tried had decent bottom end when they were flat on the floor but had poor clarity & sounded muddy. When you tilt them back they have great clarity but lost all the bottom end. I went to 2 different Guitar Centers a half dozen times trying out different amps only to be disappointed. I was down to my last amp I wanted to try which was an Acoustic B450mkII. I had played through the same head into a 6X10 cabinet & it sounded great so I was hopeful the 2X10 combo would have a similar sound, but once again I was disappointed. It had amazing clarity & plenty of power, but lacked the bottom end I wanted even when it was sitting flat on the floor. Before I left, I looked over at a Fender Rumble 350 which I had seen every time, but never tried it because I thought Fender bass amps were for country bands & flatwound basses. Boy, was I wrong!!! This amp sounds amazing! It has the tight, full bottom & incredible clarity too, & that was with the bass knob at about 2:00, so plenty of more low end in reserve! One thing it has that none of the others had was that it has punch & clarity sitting straight up with me standing 4-5' away which is about where I stand at the smaller venues we play. If you have never played on one of these, I highly recommend it! It has removeable casters which make it easy to move around & it doesn't loose any bottom end being raised off the floor on the casters. I ordered a tilt back stand for it so I can set it up like a monitor, but it may be just as effective standing up facing sideways beside the drum kit. It weighs 65 pounds which is much heavier than the TC & GK, but it has handles on each side so you pick it up with both hands, not one like the TC & GK, & the weight feels about the same.

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(0 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

 
3.0

It's decent to get you started, but not beyond that.

By Tyler Berg

from Salem, OR

Comments about Fender Rumble 350 350W 2x10 Bass Combo Amp:

This is a great amp if you are a new band that is beginning to play shows. It is definately loud. It is compact enough to fit into most car trunks wich makes it ideal for moving around. The EQ settings are responsive and very shapable. There is a lot that this amp lacks though is far as tone. First of all, it lacks a good solid low-end sound. Sure, it's loud, but it really doesn't "rumble." At least not in the same way as so many other amps. After playing around with other amps at a local Guitar Center, I definately could hear the difference in low-end strength. You want a bassline that can be physically "felt", not just "heard. All in all, it's a loud enough amp to play shows with, you will definately be heard, but this amp will only take you so far when it comes to sound.

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(1 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

 
2.0

You can do better than this amp.

By Caleb Cabral

from Pawtucket, RI

Comments about Fender Rumble 350 350W 2x10 Bass Combo Amp:

After trying MANY different amps in this range over the course of a few weeks, I purchased the Rumble 350. It was a compromise - Sound is pretty solid but nothing great, size/convenience is excellent, and it seemed to deliver the volume I wanted (all at a very reasonable price). PROBLEM = after having it for 2.5 weeks, practicing 5 times and playing one show, never pushing it louder than 60% volume, it just flat out choked. During a show. awesome. I thought I'd noticed volume decrease during practices after it'd been played for about 20 minutes, but wasn't sure till I was stuck on stage with a blown amp. Mayyybe I got a bad apple, but I'm EXTREMELY disappointed, will be returning mine and looking for a non-Fender amp.

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(8 of 8 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

Loud and Strong With Mids That Roar

By Dan Paterson

from Youngstown, OH

Comments about Fender Rumble 350 350W 2x10 Bass Combo Amp:

Let's start of with the great: It's loud. It's really loud. Never have I been told that I couldn't be heard. Also, it's next to bombproof. Whether I'm running it on 10 all night or throwing it into my truck after the gig,(I tend to be really demanding of my gear) I've never had anything more than cosmetic damage with this unit. -Small spot of gaff tape, and the audience will never know! If only that Acoustic B200 I blew up last week at practice was this tough! Now for the good: At low volumes, It has a great sound with rich lows and decent articulation that fills small rooms and does justice to my MIM J-Bass. The effects loop is a great feature for driving pedals harder for a bigger sound, and Fender advertises that one could theoretically use the effects loop to connect two of these things together! Listen, it's loud enough I promise. And now some bad: It sounds like an Ampeg...In all the wrong ways. Mids, anyone? Plus, turn it up and the bottoms drop out (keep in mind that it's just a 2x10), and past 5 or 6 the horn being on or off makes no difference. Also, at about 4 it begins to distort. From any recording I've heard of myself, it's pretty smooth in the house but it's still enough to bug me on stage. Did I mention that it sounds bad? Honestly it's a good sound, but it's not my sound. Overall: If I played Punk, and my main objective was to be as loud as possible while I pick 8th notes, I would cherish this like it was my only possession. Alas, I'm a working musician who needs the tonal range to play classic rock, and then turn around and hold town a funk band. ...I'm still looking.

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(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Great sounding combo amp for bars/clubs/small venues

By Glen

from New York

Comments about Fender Rumble 350 350W 2x10 Bass Combo Amp:

This is really nice sounding 350 watt 2x10inch speaker combo amp. It comes with casters and is easy to roll around and get in and out of your car (even a small car). It's got a nice adjustable sound ... try experimenting with the EQ and shape functions and you should be able to find many usable tones. I've used it in a bar with a loud drummer and guitar player and it still cuts through the mix loud and clear with volume turned 1/2 way up. Proper placement of the amp is key.

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(1 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

Nice, but keep it for home practice

By Mike

from NJ

Comments about Fender Rumble 350 350W 2x10 Bass Combo Amp:

It sounds good for certain at low volumes, but once you start cranking it a bit and try to be heard over the drums, the tone starts to distort a bit. It's nice and small and compact and can be wheeled around so I would recommend keeping it at home and using it for solo practice or maybe "acoustic" style jam sessions with friends. As always, you are better off going with the separate head/cab route for a pro sounding rig....

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(6 of 10 customers found this review helpful)

 
3.0

Not enough volume for the band situation, too much volume for practicing alone

By Glen

from NY

Comments about Fender Rumble 350 350W 2x10 Bass Combo Amp:

I got this amp in hopes of using it for rehearsals and gigging since it was small and portable. Unfortunately the 2x10 speakers don't deliver enough juice to be heard over the drums and guitars. It's too loud for practicing alone but doesn't cut it for the loud rock band type. I decided on keeping it anyway, because it's too expensive to ship it back. I'll hang on to it for a while, perhaps I can use it at gigs and run it through the PA, who knows.

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(11 of 11 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

It's loud. Really loud.

By John

from Lawrence, KS

Comments about Fender Rumble 350 350W 2x10 Bass Combo Amp:

I am using this for band practice with big Marshall cabinets and acoustic drums, and was worried it wouldn't be loud enough like my last amp. When I hooked it up I decided to turn it up all the way, just for fun. It knocked my friend's stand over, which wasn't even on the same floor. One of my friends said he heard it clearly from over a block away, so no worries about volume. As far as tone goes, it meets up to what I expected for my budget. It's no Ampeg, but it still sounds great and you can't really ask for much more from a 500 dollar combo amp. The XLR out is really useful for home recordings and putting it through mixers and PA's. The pop out side handles and rollers make it really easy to move around as well. It'd be nice if it had more attack, but you can get it pretty decent sounding with the eq, overdrive, and scoop and punch settings. Over all, great amp for practice and if you are strapped for cash it will do gig's just fine.

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(8 of 9 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

If god made a bass amp it would be this one!

By patrick

from midlothian va

Comments about Fender Rumble 350 350W 2x10 Bass Combo Amp:

there is not much to say other than this amp is amazing, it has wheels and it is 350 watts of power! not only that but it has a standard equilizer and and little speaker called a horn, you have the option to turn the horn on and off which is really cool! Last but no least it has gain which is great if you play alot of metal/rock! All in all if you want a great amp for the money buy the fender rumble 350!!!!

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(47 of 48 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Great Amp for Practice or Gigs

By Jeremy Gibson

from Smithfield, Va

Comments about Fender Rumble 350 350W 2x10 Bass Combo Amp:

One of the best 2x10 combo amps on the market. This amp will blow you away, not just great bottom end but the tonal options are fantastic. The punch and scoop options really do work along with the built in overdrive. The way they give you control of your midrange is great. Fender has really stepped up their game with the new Rumble combos. I've owned Fender combos before and whatever research they put in these new amps really payed off. I played the Ampeg 2x10 combo before I bought this and the Fender blows it away when the Ampeg costs about $75 more with less wattage. I run a Hartke LH500 and a Ampeg classic 4x10 cab and the Rumble can hold it's own with it. I bought the Fender to keep at home but I may just be taking it with me to my next gig this weekend. It has the DI out or just simply mic the cabinet and it should be fine. If your in the market for a 2x10 combo, look no further.

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