Fender Rumble V3 500W 2x10 Bass Combo Amp
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Massive Rumble for the stage, rehearshal and more.
The all-new Rumble Series is a mighty leap forward in the evolution of portable bass amps.
The new 500W Fender Rumble V3 bass 2x10” combo delivers huge, booming low end without losing clarity. Along with the twin 10” Eminence-designed speakers, it houses useful features and easy-to-use controls, including 500/350W power levels, aux. input, headphone output, Vintage tone switch, Contour on/off, Bright on/off and an FX loop.
Re-engineered from the ground up, new Rumble amps are lighter and louder than ever, with even more power and a classic Fender vibe. A newly developed foot-switchable overdrive circuit and versatile three-button voicing palette deliver powerful tones ideal for any gig.
- Power: 500W (4Ω)/350W (8Ω)
- Speakers: 2x10” Eminence; one compression tweeter
- Single channel
- Controls: Gain, Bright on/off, Contour on/off, Vintage on/off, Drive, Overdrive on/off, Level, Bass, Low-Mid, High-Mid, Treble, Master Volume
- XLR line out
- Aux. input
- Headphone output
- FX loop
- Dimensions: 23” x 19” x 14”
- Weight: 36.5 lbs.
- Footswitch optional
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- Easy To Use
- Excellent Sound
- Footswitch not included
- Amateur Recording
- Home Studio
- Professional Recording
Comments about Fender Rumble V3 500W 2x10 Bass Combo Amp:
I would like to say that this might be one of the best combo amps I have ever used. I have owned everything from a full Marshall 8 x 10 stack down to a Carvin combo for playing bass, and I would have to say that this is probably the best sounding, most powerful, and easily portable combos I have ever owned. I used to own an Ampeg B100R that I would use at gigs, and recording which I thought was plenty loud, versatile, and looked cool. The bad side to that amp was that it was very heavy for its size. The Fender Rumble however is SO light and easy to move around. It's pretty awesome with an option to turn on the overdrive, and get that gritty sound if you want it....the bad part is that you have to buy the footswitch on its own. It gives you some nice tones depending on what you use. I use a Fender P Bass which matches up perfectly. I highly recommend this for use in smaller club gigs, bars, parties, and especially recording.