[NAMM] New Fender Bass Amps
Fender Bass Amplification complements its Rumble combo amps with two new heads and three new cabinets.
The Rumble 350 Head and Rumble 150 Head each features a power rating of 350 watts and 150 watts, respectively. Both heads have an XLR output and two preset EQ shapes, and bassists can blend clean and overdriven tones using the footswitchable overdrive (footswitch optional). The Rumble 350 head comes with a carrying bag.
The Rumble 112 Cabinet handles 500 watts and weighs 24 pounds. Its design is said to deliver more pronounced low-end frequency response than most small cabs, and its 12” Eminence neodymium speaker delivers the punch of a 10” speaker and the boom of a 15” speaker. Other features include a switchable tweeter (full/off/-6db), side handle, and the Rumble magnetic mounting system. The Rumble 2x8 Cabinet also handles 500 watts. It weighs in at 28 pound, with dual 8” Eminence neodymium speakers designed to deliver more punch than 10” speakers. It too is said to deliver more pronounced low-end frequency response than most small cabs, and it too features a switchable tweeter (full/off/-6db), side handle, and the Rumble magnetic mounting system.
The Rumble 4x10 Cabinet has four 10” Fender Special Design speakers with a switchable tweeter (full/off/-6db) for adjustable high-end response. Rated at 1,000 watts (at 4 ohms), it also features removable casters and the Rumble magnetic mounting system.
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