Fender Mustang GT 100
The new Fender Mustang GT 100, released in 2017, is the first WiFi amp ever to exist. It has a bluetooth system and has rarely been touched or used by any guitarist. However, Youtube guitar reviewer Jared Dines put up a video featuring this amp.... read more
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great amp for portability
Has a large amount of built in sounds, which all sound great. Very light-weight amp compared to others of its size. connects to your phone if you want, and you can play music on it via Bluetooth. you can also download presets made by other players, which also is very helpful. The "Setlist" feature is also amazing, which lets you add effects per song if your performing.
In summary, this is a good portable amp, and I would recommend it to a friend.
Why did Fender cop it for this one?
I would like to encourage any musician to ignore a lot of gearheads online talking about this amp, because it's pretty damn good. The clean sounds are substantial and any fan of old Fender amps is going to be greatly satisfied. The range of in-built effects and features also makes me happy to own it; great boosts, reverb, delay, tonnes and tonnes of modulation, the list is long. I recommend this additionally as a first amp; somewhat competitive price and all those effects allows anyone to find their sound.
Amazing and versatile as hell.
The amp sounds like a valve amp and you can shape the sound to how ever the hell you want. It's very simple to use and I'd imagine amazing on the road with its set list option and 109 presets already on the amp when you buy it as well as the ability to create presets and download other's presets including artists' from the internet. Not just that but it's super affordable definitively recommended.
Good Amp For A Competitive Price
My main amp a the current moment. Of course, it's not a '59 Bandmaster or AC30, but I believe it's a great amp for most guitarists' needs. It's a workhouse, is far more portable than your standard half-stack, and can be modified in a way most other amps simply can't. You can change the valve settings depending on desired characteristics, the power level of a desired "sim pedal", and even the oscillation levels on certain effects. It has a very reliable and hum-free line out, making live performing and studio work incredibly easy, and free from the hassle of mic'ing the main cone. Now, in terms of tone, you can get anything from a gritty, boxy small-amp tone you'd find on a Link Wray single, to a punchy high-gain tone you'd find on a Clash record. Honestly, if you're a tone purist, an external pedalboard is highly compatible with the amp, and the amp can be adjusted to accommodate the external settings and not sacrifice base tone. This amp, in my opinion, is highly underrated, and I don't anticipate forgoing it anytime soon.
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The new Fender Mustang GT 100, released in 2017, is the first WiFi amp ever to exist. It has a bluetooth system and has rarely been touched or used by any guitarist. However, Youtube guitar reviewer Jared Dines put up a video featuring this amp. Look, no cables!