Fender Mustang II V.2 40W 1x12 Guitar Combo Amp
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A 40W combo that's ideal for guitarists new to digital recording.
The Fender Mustang II V.2 guitar combo amp adds new features to one of the best selling amp series of all time. The Mustang V.2 Series raises the standard for modern guitar versatility and muscle. This combo features five new amp models, five new effects and intelligent pitch shifting. The Mustang V.2 Series also features USB connectivity and Fender FUSE software.
- One 1/4" instrument input
- One channel with 24 presets
- 18 amp models
- New effects include big fuzz, green screamer and intelligent pitch shifting (with more available through Fender FUSE)
- Chromatic tuner
- USB connectivity
- Auxiliary input
- Fender FUSE for deep editing
- Preset storage
- Patch swaping and free artist content
- Ableton Live Lite 8 Fender Edition
- AmpliTube Fender LE edition
- One 12" Fender Special Design speaker
- Dimensions (LxHxW): 8.7" x 17.25" x 18.25"
- Shipping Weight “ 26.6 lb.
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- Excellent Sound
- Difficult To Use
- Limited Functions
- Home Studio
Comments about Fender Mustang II V.2 40W 1x12 Guitar Combo Amp:
I went out and bought one of these a few motnhs ago just to see what the buzz was about them . Mind you, I'm not a huge fan of modeling amps at all coming from the " Old School " of tone. I usually use a Digitech RP-50 as far as my effects are concerned , plugged into my Vintage 1989 Peavey Bnadit 112 Solo series combo. When I got this amp home , I could not find any of the so called " Fender Fuse " modeling inside the box . It turns out that you have to go to Fender's website and register your amp in able to use it. That alone, is confusing to a novice like myself who is not familiar with modeling amps, nevermind today's computer technology . Needless to say, I was lost and had no clue as to how to program any of the settings on this amp at all. I wish the instruction manual that had came with the amp was more detailed . Also, this amp does not have a mid range control which IMO, leaves the sound abeit limited unless you use the Fender Fuse software . There isn't any footswitch either , which leaves changing channel settings null and void unless you go out and buy a Fender footswitch for this baby. One thing I'll give this amp credit for and that is, at 40 watts, this is very LOUD , and can definitely be used for small club gigs with ease. But now, mine is just sitting in the corner of my mancave collecting dust until I can find a buyer for it.