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Fender Mustang III (V.2)

Modelling Combo Guitar Amp from Fender belonging to the Mustang V.2 Amp series

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magic fingersmagic fingers

tame Mustang !!!

Fender Mustang III (V.2)Published on 11/24/14 at 06:10
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
Modeling amp, transistor, 100 Watts
picture of complete and intuitive onboard + access via a PC and the Fender Fuse software (free)
HP 12 "Celestion!
entry: instrument and line (cd / mp3)
Release: HP, line / headphone, effects loop
PC Connection: mini USB
connectors for 2 pedals (2 and 4 switch switch and / or expression pedal)
manufacturing quality FENDER (so perfect!)

UTILIZATION

more versatile than that, I do not see what it could be !!!
config. is very simple, you choose a sound among the 100 preset of origin, if this does not suit you, you adjust the amp section with traditional controls (vol / gain / bass / mid / treble / reverb, and effects via control panel...…
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Modeling amp, transistor, 100 Watts
picture of complete and intuitive onboard + access via a PC and the Fender Fuse software (free)
HP 12 "Celestion!
entry: instrument and line (cd / mp3)
Release: HP, line / headphone, effects loop
PC Connection: mini USB
connectors for 2 pedals (2 and 4 switch switch and / or expression pedal)
manufacturing quality FENDER (so perfect!)

UTILIZATION

more versatile than that, I do not see what it could be !!!
config. is very simple, you choose a sound among the 100 preset of origin, if this does not suit you, you adjust the amp section with traditional controls (vol / gain / bass / mid / treble / reverb, and effects via control panel and LCD screen. everything was memorable wish.
and voila .... super easy!
the fact that this is a transistor amp enables consistent quality sound at low volume as deeply!

SOUNDS

I play a little in all styles. Simulations clean sounds (all the Fender range), are extremely convincing, responsiveness is very surprising, for example, you select a simulation Fender Deluxe 65 crystal clear, accurate, non-aggressive. You push the gain and volume (by adjusting the master) and the amp makes cruncher as if the lights were really there, and I talk to a beautiful natural crunch, not an old transistor starts knees! incredible realism!
it is the same for distorted sounds that range from Fender Super-Sonic in mesa boogie through the Vox, Orange, hi-watt and a range of Marshall over those I forget .. Same story, one immediately recognizes the style of his own with all these manufacturers.
more you can exchange HP if you sing .... (to eg a simulated 4x12 marshall the super sonic fender). Amazing !!!!
Add to this the amount of effect (chorus / flanger / compressor / delay / reverb / fuse / distortion / boost / ring modulator / octave / pitch sifter / whammy / Detuner / wha .... etc. Pedals and / or rack) All configurable and more than adequate.
You have a real musical Swiss Army knife with a Celestion true!

OVERALL OPINION

I use it for about a year. I bought it to replace a tube amp (great, but too powerful and binding for my use).
I am more than happy I took the pedal 4 radio buttons, which gives access to all preset and effect triggers more tuner (with display on the pedals!).
I play with a deluxe strat US and sometimes like an Ibanez SA.
there are only wha-wha I keep in original (I love that old Dunlop too!).
For me the quality report is taken huge when I remembered me from my guitar gear starts (in the 80s), I thought we are lucky to have this kind of stuff at this price point. short, I highly recommend this amp!
So run to the store with your favorite skyscraper under his arm, made a long essay ... you would tell me the news!
Go like, I post even a nifty black and white photograph of the above-named stuff.
musically
Fred
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Kenny_76Kenny_76

Fender Mustang III (V.2)Published on 09/05/13 at 03:06
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
type of amplification: transistor (Modeling)
output power: 100w
connectors: USB, with headphone, effects loop
settings, effects: gain, volume, treble, middle, bass, reverb, master, modeling of 17 amps, 37 effects, configurable from the receiver or from the fender fuse software. 100 amp presets, unlimited on fender fuse

UTILIZATION

The configuration is it simple?
Mustang is very easy to set up, I use it mainly with fender fuse on PC for better visibility of my presets, but even directly on the amp to make changes easily.

Gets it easy to sound good?
The factory presets (100 max amp presets are already published for purchase) are of very good quality, there is plenty to do....…
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type of amplification: transistor (Modeling)
output power: 100w
connectors: USB, with headphone, effects loop
settings, effects: gain, volume, treble, middle, bass, reverb, master, modeling of 17 amps, 37 effects, configurable from the receiver or from the fender fuse software. 100 amp presets, unlimited on fender fuse

UTILIZATION

The configuration is it simple?
Mustang is very easy to set up, I use it mainly with fender fuse on PC for better visibility of my presets, but even directly on the amp to make changes easily.

Gets it easy to sound good?
The factory presets (100 max amp presets are already published for purchase) are of very good quality, there is plenty to do. And with a little adjustment here and there we find quickly what you want.
The settings are very easy, especially not from the fender software.

The manual is clear and sufficient?
the manual provided is a bit light, but the one available online is fine.

SOUNDS

I play a little of everything and I must say that the mustang suits me very well. I bought it to replace my MG100DFX marshall, and since I put my ME50 shelved. Both clean that big distortion Mustang is at home anywhere.

OVERALL OPINION

I use it for a week and I am very very happy.
I find it a good value for money.
The 4-button footswitch is optional, but it is better to take it, it is much easier to manage with sound banks.

I would do without this choice problem, this amp is really versatile
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  • Manufacturer: Fender
  • Model: Mustang III (V.2)
  • Series: Mustang V.2 Amp
  • Category: Modelling Combo Guitar Amps
  • Added in our database on: 01/25/2013

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