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Fender Mustang I and II Guitar Amps

September 12, 2010 by  



Fender MustangMustang series guitar amps offer up-to-date features and loads of fun at unbelievable prices.

Aimed at guitarists from beginner to weekend warrior, these high-performance machines contain highly accurate amp modeling, a stellar collection of effects courtesy of an all-new DSP platform, and many “hidden” capabilities, yet they are easy to use right out of the box!

The visually striking design treatment looks all new, yet evocative of classic Fender styling. And with loud, lightweight power amp designs and muscular speakers and cabinetry, they sound as good as they look. The Fender Mustang is a closed-back combo with a special design speaker.

The amps come factory loaded with 24 presets built from 8 amp models and 24 effects, with tones from vintage Fender to modern Metal. The number of amp models can be increased with the use of a computer, and this amp can be completely reconfigured by the user.

All Fender Mustang amps include USB connectivity for high-quality, low latency audio output, and to engage the Fender Fuse software application for PC and Mac.

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This opens up a world of possibilities, including on-screen parameter control, deep editing, “hidden” effects, unlimited preset storage, online preset swapping with the Fender Fuse community, and free Fender artist presets.

Fender Mustang amps even include recording and modeling software packages from Ableton and IK Multimedia at no extra charge. Fender Mustang amps deliver great sound; the possibility of endless experimentation; and a fun, unique experience for guitarists of all skill levels.

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Fender Mustang I Specifications

  • Price: Fender Mustang I
  • Amplifier Type: Solid State
  • Output Power: 20 Watts
  • Speaker: 1-8″ Fender Special Design Speaker
  • Output Impedance: 8 Ohms
  • Power Handling: 20 Watts
  • Inputs: One
  • Channels: One channel (with 24 presets)
  • Controls: Gain, Volume, Treble, Bass, Master, Preset Select, Modulation Select, Delay/Reverb Select, Save Button, Exit Button, Tap Tempo Button
  • Effects: 12 Modulation Effects Including Chorus, Flanger, Tremolo, Vibratone, Octaver, Phaser, Step Filter; 12 Delay/Reverb Effects Including Tape Delay, Stereo/Mono Delay, Room/Plate /Hall Reverb
  • Auxillary Input: 1/8″ Stereo Input Jack
  • Headphone Jack: 1/8″ Headphone Jack
  • Line Out: Speaker Emulated USB Output; 1/8″ Headphone Jack Doubles as Speaker Emulated Line Out
  • Amp Covering/Grille Cloth: Carbon Tweed Textured Vinyl with Silver Grill Cloth
  • Height: 14.5″
  • Width: 15.5″
  • Depth: 7.6 in
  • Weight: 17 lbs

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Fender Mustang II Specifications

  • Price: Fender Mustang II
  • Amplifier Type: Solid State
  • Output Power: 40 Watts
  • Speaker: 1-12″ Fender Special Design Speaker
  • Output Impedance: 8 Ohms
  • Power Handling: 40 Watts
  • Inputs: One
  • Channels: One channel (with 24 presets)
  • Controls: Gain, Volume, Treble, Bass, Master, Preset Select, Modulation Select, Delay/Reverb Select, Save Button, Exit Button, Tap Tempo Button
  • Effects: 12 Modulation Effects Including Chorus, Flanger, Tremolo, Vibratone, Octaver, Phaser, Step Filter; 12 Delay/Reverb Effects Including Tape Delay, Stereo/Mono Delay, Room/Plate /Hall Reverb
  • Auxiliary Input: 1/8″ Stereo Input Jack
  • Headphone Jack: 1/8″ Headphone Jack
  • Line Out: Speaker Emulated USB Output; 1/8″ Headphone Jack Doubles as Speaker Emulated Line Out
  • Amp Covering/Grille Cloth: Carbon Tweed Textured Vinyl with Silver Grill Cloth
  • Height: 17.25″
  • Width: 18.25″
  • Depth: 8.7″
  • Weight: 24 lbs

Fender Mustang I and II Guitar Amps


Comments

2 Responses to “Fender Mustang I and II Guitar Amps”
  1. mike says:

    just got a fender mustang 1 amp, these things are great, no joke, get one, you wont be disapointed!

  2. Sean says:

    had one for a month now. lots to tweak. the clean fender sounds are great however i am very disapointed as all the overdriven sound is way to fuzzy and broken up for me. no sweetness to this amp. I would never imagine using this amp on any gig. It comes nowhere near a tube amp and my pedals sound awful through it. I will likely take it back

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