Fender Guitars reviews

  • Fender Mustang II Mini-Review
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    Fender Mustang II Mini-Review - Wild Mustang

    10/10/10

    Modeling technology is trendy and Fender is all for it! That's why the famous manufacturer has now launched two new amps under the name Mustang. Conceived to provide all beginners with a wide sound range and modern features, their price is absolutely unbeatable. So, did Fender win its bet?

  • Fender Super-Sonic 22 Combo Review
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    Fender Super-Sonic 22 Combo Review - Feeling Super-Sonic

    09/19/10

    In 2006, we saw the new Fender amps, dubbed Super-Sonic, with 60 watts under the hood and available in head or combo version. In 2010 we see a combo version of 22 Watts, sharing characteristics of its older brother. It sounds very clean and Fendery, with also saturated and high gain tones as well. Focus on the Super-Sonic Combo 22 today...

  • Fender American Special Telecaster Review
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    Fender American Special Telecaster Review - Made in the USA

    07/07/10

    What's left to say about the Telecaster? It's contribution to the world of popular music is without doubt. For those still in the dark, some of the music history's most memorable riffs were concocted on this divine piece of wood: "Brown Sugar" by the Rolling Stones "I'm a Man" by Muddy Waters, "Every Breath You Take" by the Police, and "Glory Da…

  • Introduction
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    Introduction - Fender Road Worn Series: Well-worn or Worn-out?

    07/01/09

    What's an impatient guitarist to do when looking for a guitar that's been worn and aged through years of playing and gigging, but who doesn't want to wait for time to do its thing? Two options: buying an old used guitar or a "Relic" which, like some jeans, is new, but artificially worn-down. Like the series Worn Road that we are testing today ...

  • Fender Classic Player Jazzmaster & Jaguar: The Test
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    Fender Classic Player Jazzmaster & Jaguar: The Test - The Parable of the Jazzmaster and the Jaguar

    03/01/09

    In the beginning, Leo created the Telecaster. Keith and Bruce were happy. On the second day, Leo created the Stratocaster. Jimi and Eric were in ecstasy. On the following days, Leo created the Jazzmaster and the Jaguar, which, although intended for jazz, found followers within the surf music scene of the 60s and the rock music scene of the 9…

  • Fender Classics Re-issue Pedals: The Test
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    Fender Classics Re-issue Pedals: The Test - Classics Live Again

    11/08/08

    Though not as well known for their pedals as they are for their guitars and basses, Fender has been making classic pedals for more than 50 years. Following the recent re-issue of the Fender Blender Custom pedal, Fender decided to launch a range of new classic-inspired stompboxes with some vintage tones and looks. Let’s take a closer look….

  • New American Standard Telecaster & Stratocaster Test
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    New American Standard Telecaster & Stratocaster Test - Legends Get a Face Lift

    05/07/08

    Fender has added some new features to a few of its classic instruments and announced the New American Standard series. Here’s a great occasion to come face to face (or body to body) with two of rock’s oldest and dearest friends: the Stratocaster and Telecaster.

  • Champion 600's test
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    Champion 600's test - Champion of the world !

    10/12/07

    It’s very fashionable to be mini. It’s very fashionable to be vintage. Fender is very fashionable... but why? Because Fender has released the Champion 600, a reissue of a mini, vintage, guitar amp, originally sold between 1949 and 1953. The concept is very basic, a 5 watt tube amp with a volume knob. So, is it a hit or a miss?