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Fender's little practice combo with big bass power.
Small black box; big bass sound. That’s what you get from the baby of the family, the Rumble™ 15 bass combo amplifier, covered in tough black vinyl and ready to shake the walls with 15 watts of strong, clear Fender® bass sound through an 8” Fender Special Design Speaker. Delta Comp adaptive compression circuitry keeps your tone tight and in the pocket, with a 3-band EQ for fine-tuning your overall sound. Tools like an aux. input for your CD/MP3 player and a headphone jack make your practices more fun and productive. It's all wrapped in a tough, textured vinyl covering with a rugged black metal grille on its face.
- 8" Fender Special-Design speaker
- Delta Comp adaptive compression circuitry
- 3-Band EQ
- Headphone jack
- Auxilliary input for CD, tape or drum machine
- Black textured vinyl covering
- Rugged black metal grille
- Oversized plastic corners
Great sound and easy portability at an unbeatable value.
Rumble 15 V2 15W 1x8 Bass Combo Amp Specifications:
- 22 lb.
- 16"H x 14"W x 9-1/4"D
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Comments about Fender Rumble 15 V2 15W 1x8 Bass Combo Amp:
I have owned this amplifier for over 6 years, and used it in a variety of settings. I first used it as my primary practice amplifier when I when I had just begun playing.
To be frank, this is not a good amp. In a practice setting, the volume has to be cranked to the max to compete with most drummers. However, at this volume, the amp noticeably distorts your signal. The EQ appears as more of a decretive feature than a sound-shaping tool. It has been relieved of any bells and whistles imaginable. The tone overall is a bit muddy, and I've never really been able to produce a pretty sound from this amp regardless of tweaking.
However, a beginner may appreciate this amp, if they don't plan on playing with others. It is lacking in extra features, but this does simplify it for people who might be intimidated by too many knobs and dials. Additionally, the amp is durable; I've been kicking mine around for 6 years and it still works about as well as could be hoped. Also, the small size makes it incredibly portable.
So, to beginners who are interested: buy this if you want a quiet, portable, and individual practice amp to make some noise on, and get comfortable with your instrument. However, once you decide you want to start making some music, you're going to need to upgrade.