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Fender Rumble 75 75W 1x12 Bass Combo Amp

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The 75W Fender Rumble 75 Bass Combo Amp will envelope you in undulating waves of idyllic bass bliss before you even turn it up very loud, so you better brace yourself. The Rumble amp's powerful tone i... Click To Read More About This Product

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The 75W Fender Rumble 75 Bass Combo Amp will envelope you in undulating waves of idyllic bass bliss before you even turn it up very loud, so you better brace yourself. The Rumble amp's powerful tone is the result of pushing 75 watts through a 12" Fender Special Design Speaker, and you can blend adjusted-to-taste overdrive with pure, clean bass tone for first-rate Fender bass sound. The optional footswitch turns the overdrive on/off on the fly. The Rumble 75 also boasts a pair of EQ presets for chest-pounding punch and pulsing mid-scoop, plus a convenient tilt-back design for improved monitoring.

The full-featured Rumble 75 bass combo features a professionally voiced pre-amp, vented cabinet for enhanced bass response, tilt back design to hear yourself better. 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): Two
  • Output: 75 Watts
  • Line Out :1/4" line out for direct recording or live use
  • Impedance: 8 Ohms
  • Speaker(s): 1X12" 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
  • Effects: Overdrive (Footswitchable)
SPECIFICATIONS
  • Dimensions: 25.43"H x 22.87"W x 20.12"D
  • Weight: 55.02 lb.
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FenderRumble 75 75W 1x12 Bass Combo Amp
 
4.1

(based on 17 reviews)

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Most Liked Positive Review

 

Outstanding rehearsal and small gig amp

An outstanding equalization section on this amp-plenty of different, useable tones. Low end for days. The overdrive is very good-can dial in just a small amount of grit or full on overdriven tone....Read complete review

An outstanding equalization section on this amp-plenty of different, useable tones. Low end for days. The overdrive is very good-can dial in just a small amount of grit or full on overdriven tone. And, you can switch that overdrive on and off via an optional footswitch. The key to getting this amp to push some serious air is to turn the low end down and the master volume up. Then, slowly roll the low EQ up until the amp starts clipping. If you're looking for a great rehearsal/small gig amp look no further. Don't let the Rumble branding fool you. This is a GREAT amp for what is what designed to do, and the price point it's offered at.

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Most Liked Negative Review

 

Ehhh

So when i played this amp in store, it sounded great. Instantly fell in love with it because i dont need a louyd amp. so i bought it, played with about 3...Read complete review

So when i played this amp in store, it sounded great. Instantly fell in love with it because i dont need a louyd amp. so i bought it, played with about 3 weeks, and never turned it up above 8. then i slowly started hearing a crackle while having it louder than 5 or 6. now its to the point where it is almost unplayable. I figure its some cheap made speaker and im sure when i get a new and better speaker that it will kick once again, but its annoying that i have to replace it. i like everything except the speaker. if you do buy this, play quiet or plan on replacing the speaker.

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(35 of 36 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Outstanding rehearsal and small gig amp

By Scott

from Cincinnati, OH

Comments about Fender Rumble 75 75W 1x12 Bass Combo Amp:

An outstanding equalization section on this amp-plenty of different, useable tones. Low end for days. The overdrive is very good-can dial in just a small amount of grit or full on overdriven tone. And, you can switch that overdrive on and off via an optional footswitch. The key to getting this amp to push some serious air is to turn the low end down and the master volume up. Then, slowly roll the low EQ up until the amp starts clipping. If you're looking for a great rehearsal/small gig amp look no further. Don't let the Rumble branding fool you. This is a GREAT amp for what is what designed to do, and the price point it's offered at.

(20 of 20 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

NICE LITTLE PACKAGE

By EV

from Houston TX

Comments about Fender Rumble 75 75W 1x12 Bass Combo Amp:

Nice combo. I was looking for a bit of power and punch, since I play with two guitar players with a LOUD drummer. Some combo equipment just can't hold up that type of band. On the pic, the Fender looks tiny and it is not, it is not huge either but it is heavy. Tilt back feautre is nice option. I have a cheap Ibanez bass guitar and it sounds really good with this amp. Love it!

(7 of 8 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Step up

By Luke

from Portland,Oregon

Comments about Fender Rumble 75 75W 1x12 Bass Combo Amp:

I started out with a 15 watt amp. That fell apart and my abnd had shows coming up. I needed something loud, durbale ,good looking and light . This was it , its cheap , can pull off gigs, pretty light for its amount of watts coming out. Way better tone then my old amp and i love the tilt back design.

(7 of 8 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

nice work

By Not Saying

from Manitowac,wi

Comments about Fender Rumble 75 75W 1x12 Bass Combo Amp:

Nice item. It has good volume for the size. The tilt back feature is go and it is small and easy to store.

(7 of 7 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Best Under $300

By Stephen

from Los Angeles, CA

Comments about Fender Rumble 75 75W 1x12 Bass Combo Amp:

I was in the market for a new bass amp to treat myself for the holidays. My price limit was $300 & I spent hours demoing all of the bass amps GC had for this price. I tried the Ampeg BA 112 and 115, Acoustic B100 and 260 mini stack, and this Fender Rumble 75. I didn't go with the Ampeg's because the 112 and 115 make an annoying pop noise every time I turned them on, plus the tweeter on the 115 is awful. It's noisy to the point of rendering the amp useless. The 112 was better sounding, but still had an annoying hum and it's too quiet at only 50 watts. The Acoustic B100 sounded horrible to me, no boom in the bass, just tinny mids and treble. Avoid at all costs. The 260 mini stack is much better but if you pump it up past 60% volume the amp sounds like it's farting at you. The Rumble 75 is definitely the best of the amps I heard. Sounds fantastic, lots of boom in the bass with clear mids and highs. The headphone jack is quiet and has a clean line-in for ipods, making it perfect for bedroom practice. Plus you can turn it up loud with little loss in audio fidelity, unlike the Acoustic mini stack which falls apart. If your budget is $300 and you need an amp for bedroom use and jam sessions, this is it.

(6 of 9 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

great amp

By Bryan Knouse

from hampstead, md

Comments about Fender Rumble 75 75W 1x12 Bass Combo Amp:

I bought this amp about 2 months ago and love it. The tones coming out really fill up a room and provide a clean smooth sound. I have yet to have any problems with buzzing or feedback. Also, I like the fact that it is small enough to be a good practice amp, but still large enough to be a good amp to use for live gigs in small venues. Id say its the perfect amp for novice players who are looking to take the next step up.

(4 of 4 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Fantastic Bass Amp!!

By rez

from VT

Comments about Fender Rumble 75 75W 1x12 Bass Combo Amp:

This amp is everything that any bass player would want from a nice medium sized combo amp! The sound that it can produce is amazing! You can dial that tone so that you get a really nice bassy clean jazz tone (as you would expect from Fender) to a really harsh metal distortion. The 4-Band EQ is awesome it�ۡ���s simpler to use and yet you can dial in the sound you really desire. Among other tone options the 'scoop' button adds this low end-ness to the tone and makes it really warm. The 'punch' button is great for slap bass; it launches off your tone and makes everything really guttural. I've owned this amp and have put it to the test. It has amplified many different types of bass and has even amplified my upright bass with no problem. It�ۡ���s built very solid, the wedge design is a great thing to have to that you can point your sound in different environments, additionally the metal grill in front of the speaker can take a lot, I�ۡ���ve step on it before and it didn�ۡ���t even dent. I strongly recommend for any bass player just starting out or any gigging bass player that needs a sufficient amp for small venues.

(3 of 5 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Great Amp

By Bryan B.

from Livonia, MI

Comments about Fender Rumble 75 75W 1x12 Bass Combo Amp:

I was looking for a small tilt back practice amp that was easy to move around the house and up the stairs. This amp is surprisingly full sounding compared to other amps of it's size and class, but it is heavy and a bit awkward to carry Ultimately I decided on the Fender Rumble 30. It does lack some of the low end of the Fender Rumble 75, but it was an acceptable compromise for it's smaller size and weight. Just wish it had a line or tuner output like the Fender Rumble 75.

(3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Awesome Amp

By Ryan Krebbs

from Beacon Falls, CT

Comments about Fender Rumble 75 75W 1x12 Bass Combo Amp:

Don't let the 75 watt's fool you, I'm playing in a band and the guitarists have 300 and 400 watt amps, and this thing keeps up very nicley, When I play just by myself in my room, if i set the dial to 5 it will make the pictures on the wall shake. This is a very high quality amp made by one very reliable company. The bass amp looks very nice, it is very light for it's size, when I saw it in the store I thought it was going to weigh arround 100 pounds, but it is so light that i can easily bring it up and down two flights of stairs in my house with ease. I highly recomend this to any bass player that is starting off or playing small shows.

(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Perfect

By ERIC RAMSEUR

from Tulsa, OK

Comments about Fender Rumble 75 75W 1x12 Bass Combo Amp:

This amp was the answer to all of my perceived "bass playing impotence." I couldn't figure out why I wasn't getting that clean thumping sound out of my old amp. This thing rocks my house and wakes up the kids from there naps on the "2" volume setting, knocks the pictures off the walls at "5" and makes me want to get a longer cable to leave the room at "10". This is great if it's just you and your bass, or even jamming with passive, or hyper drummer and a guitarist with a 300W amp. I haven't played any shows with it. I'd probably just plug it up to the P.A. and have this right in front of me on stage. This is your amp. Just waiting on my footswitch to come in and I'll be complete.

(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

 
3.0

Ehhh

By Eli Bailey

from Oklahoma

Comments about Fender Rumble 75 75W 1x12 Bass Combo Amp:

So when i played this amp in store, it sounded great. Instantly fell in love with it because i dont need a louyd amp. so i bought it, played with about 3 weeks, and never turned it up above 8. then i slowly started hearing a crackle while having it louder than 5 or 6. now its to the point where it is almost unplayable. I figure its some cheap made speaker and im sure when i get a new and better speaker that it will kick once again, but its annoying that i have to replace it. i like everything except the speaker. if you do buy this, play quiet or plan on replacing the speaker.

(1 of 4 customers found this review helpful)

 
3.0

wouldnt recomend...

By Harrison

from Riverside, Ca

Comments about Fender Rumble 75 75W 1x12 Bass Combo Amp:

I bought this amp as a practice amp a few months ago.. it gets the job done for the most part... but with the EQ set flat, it starts to distort when the volume is at 4. I'm not exactly sure how people on this review are saying that they gig with this to be honest. I play in a death/thrash metal band, and there is no way this could get loud enough to over my drummer with double kicks, and even if it did it would not be a clean tone. I am not at all an effects kinda guy so i couldnt give you a good description of the overdrive feature. As far as the Quality and Reliability goes, Its a Fender, its built like a tank and ive never had any issues with it not turning on. I would not recommend this amp. It heavy, the kickback design makes it much larger than it needs to be also. My main gripe about it is that it takes up too much space, and is too heavy for how loud it is. I love Fenders gear, all my practice amps have been fenders, but this one is a disappointment. I have a Fender 35w 1x15 that my dad bought back in the 80's and it sounds better then this one. I could go on.. but long story short, save up and get a better quality amp ESPECIALLY if your looking for something to gig with. Ampeg, Hartke, Markbass etc. would be a good place to start looking.

(1 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

 
3.0

Good sound but bad quality.

By Armani D'Agostino

from Winter Haven, Florida

Comments about Fender Rumble 75 75W 1x12 Bass Combo Amp:

This amp is very versatile and sounds great but the quality of the amp isn't so good. I had mine for 5-6 months and at one point I couldn't get sound out of it and no one knew what the heck was wrong with the amp. They shipped me a new one and in another 5-6 month period the speaker went bad. Fender doesn't even pay to have someone even look at it and they just keep sending me a new one, so; that means it's made cheap.

(0 of 15 customers found this review helpful)

 
2.0

Poor Performer

By Tucker

from Fort Myers FL

Comments about Fender Rumble 75 75W 1x12 Bass Combo Amp:

when i purchased this amp with all the excellent reviews and the bode of confidence from my local retired guitar tech i expected something great. that was the exact opposite of what i got. To begin with it is extremely scrawny for a 75 watt amp in a head to head with identical amp settings against a cheap 15 watt 1x8 practice amp the practice amp matched the tone quality and sound produced by the "rumble". furthermore even after an hour of tweaking the sound was extremely fake and clinical sounding. I'm sure that for many bass players who simply pump the root and do not need to be heard this amp is fine, but as a bass player who in most cases caries the lead lines this was a sore disappointment

(0 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

 
3.0

Chunky

By John

from Yorba Linda

Comments about Fender Rumble 75 75W 1x12 Bass Combo Amp:

The Fender Rumble sounds plenty loud and precise and has decent EQ options. However, it has no active input. While this may be the right power for practice at home or in a small show, the size of the amp would be a major setback for anyone trying to store this in a bedroom where space is very limited. You might as well purchase the 150 watt to drown out the bass drum. After all, it's not much larger than the 75 watt model and it essentially has the same features.

(0 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

 
2.0

Bad

By Austin Franklin

from Minnesota

Comments about Fender Rumble 75 75W 1x12 Bass Combo Amp:

The bass amp was good until it shut off on me one day. It just stopped working and I had to send it to Fender. My amp had a defect. After that it took a full month for a new amp to arrive at my door due to some mix ups in the receipts. Very first time I play the new amp that they sent me and the speaker crackles. Waste of time and money.

(0 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

BOOM

By CLAUDE B

from Houston

Comments about Fender Rumble 75 75W 1x12 Bass Combo Amp:

I bought this thing with a five string esp model (entry level) because i wanted to play with music with some friends and they needed me and bass, which is cool because ive been playing guitar and it wasnt to difficult to switch. I got this amp so i can play with a drummer, and this will do just fine. The only problem i have with this amp is the distortion, it doesnt really sound that great. I live in an apartment so i really cant be to loud, and bass really carries, thankfully i can turn the bass nob down and still keep the volume at a good level where i dont disturb my neighbors (that much muahahahahaha).

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