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

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  • complete!

    Fender Mustang IIIPublished on 01/09/13 at 07:20
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    very complete, see the specs on the seller's website

    UTILIZATION

    both simple and complicated
    simple: using the jog dial to navigate among the models
    complicated if one seeks to go beyond

    SOUNDS

    Most modeling sound good. It took my guitar aprivoiser EMG active pickups and drop even when quite the volume that the amp sounds as if there plugged a guitar goes everywhere.
    Some models donnaiant if some porridge (a country pouviat modeling metal sound downright quan gift pushes everything back the balloons on the guitar)
    Once these considerations taken into account, pleasant modelaisations are failing to be realistic as can be a good tube amp. I could try ENGL Thunder recement......
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    very complete, see the specs on the seller's website

    UTILIZATION

    both simple and complicated
    simple: using the jog dial to navigate among the models
    complicated if one seeks to go beyond

    SOUNDS

    Most modeling sound good. It took my guitar aprivoiser EMG active pickups and drop even when quite the volume that the amp sounds as if there plugged a guitar goes everywhere.
    Some models donnaiant if some porridge (a country pouviat modeling metal sound downright quan gift pushes everything back the balloons on the guitar)
    Once these considerations taken into account, pleasant modelaisations are failing to be realistic as can be a good tube amp. I could try ENGL Thunder recement on toyt this is quie blues, rock, metal. ay there is no picture anyway. not the same dynamic. on the other hand it costs 3 Xle price is not as versatile.
    Transistoirs a super short amp modeling, good power, a low utilsatble listen.
    My modeling prefrees: country, bassman drive, aussie rock, those mimicking the supersonic crack. others are good, there is little dechet in my opinion, that is a very good

    OVERALL OPINION

    very satisfied. can be enormously with all things without being ridiculous and very comfortable (with both 2btn + 4 btn footswitch optional). Too bad they have not planned to take the new expression pedal that can rajoutter the Mustang fllor
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  • Fender Mustang IIIPublished on 08/05/12 at 23:35
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    Amplifier combo modélisaiton, 100Watts of power with a Celestion G12T-100 8ohm.

    Inputs / Outputs: Guitar Input, input to, fx loop, 2 inputs footswitchs, headphone

    UTILIZATION

    The parameterization of the patches is much easier with the free Fender Fuse. It is a long experiment with to get the desired sounds.

    SOUNDS

    It is a versatile amp that does very well in the registry clean, but less well in the crunch, let alone drive on the hi-gain. The range of sounds are nevertheless quite good and usable in a bit of all these registers.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for just over 10 months and for the price I find the quality / price.

    The most:
    1) Wide range of sounds, the clean......
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    Amplifier combo modélisaiton, 100Watts of power with a Celestion G12T-100 8ohm.

    Inputs / Outputs: Guitar Input, input to, fx loop, 2 inputs footswitchs, headphone

    UTILIZATION

    The parameterization of the patches is much easier with the free Fender Fuse. It is a long experiment with to get the desired sounds.

    SOUNDS

    It is a versatile amp that does very well in the registry clean, but less well in the crunch, let alone drive on the hi-gain. The range of sounds are nevertheless quite good and usable in a bit of all these registers.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for just over 10 months and for the price I find the quality / price.

    The most:
    1) Wide range of sounds, the clean sound.
    2) The amp can be used at low volume for practice at home and has enough power for répéts and live.

    Cons:
    1) Fizz on the decay of notes on the clean amp modeling.
    2) drive & Sounds hi-gain are not terrible.
    3) Simulation HP is still moderate for my taste.
    4) The HP does not let enough high frequencies for my taste.
    5) All seems rather fragile.
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  • Very very satisfied

    Fender Mustang IIIPublished on 04/10/12 at 12:46
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    Modeling, 100 w, integrated effects, admission to, headphone output, loop, software Fuse, crank 2 switches.

    UTILIZATION

    I have not opened the manual, I installed Fuse on, and then it's caviar.
    The factory sounds are explored further, preferably via Fuse *, in order to level the minimum volume of presets, in fact, the differences are huge volumes. This is done by 15/20 minutes.
    Then refines, refines it, etc..
    Pleasant.

    * Of course you can access to most settings without Fuse, through the window on the amp, but Fuse provides an incomparable visual, handling and superior accuracy. And it's fun.

    SOUNDS

    It's a Swiss Army knife for lil 'guy like me (... fifties) who now play......
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    Modeling, 100 w, integrated effects, admission to, headphone output, loop, software Fuse, crank 2 switches.

    UTILIZATION

    I have not opened the manual, I installed Fuse on, and then it's caviar.
    The factory sounds are explored further, preferably via Fuse *, in order to level the minimum volume of presets, in fact, the differences are huge volumes. This is done by 15/20 minutes.
    Then refines, refines it, etc..
    Pleasant.

    * Of course you can access to most settings without Fuse, through the window on the amp, but Fuse provides an incomparable visual, handling and superior accuracy. And it's fun.

    SOUNDS

    It's a Swiss Army knife for lil 'guy like me (... fifties) who now play at home, on backings, etc..
    Among the 100 presets, some are "blah", but overall, this is surprising; sounds "clean" are so good that I wonder if by "blind test", some would not get fooled ...
    For "satus" is more than satisfactory: the simple act of plugging his guitar is enough to send sounds to a higher quality than many gas plants like head lamps + cabinet (s) + train pedals (in the loop, not in the loop, nani, nana ...), noise gate, sustainer, attenuator, compressor, etc. ......
    I know they say that a good amp is a tube amp, but I say that tube amps are not necessarily good, especially not alone. Not to mention that when you have neighbors .... how to grow lamps?
    I get over the "full valve amp" ... it never ends, they slam the pedals, effects, tips and bazaars, in the end it is filled up. It's not my job. Anyway, there I am sick shirts.

    OVERALL OPINION

    Content on cushy, so glad I sell my tube amp, my speakers, my pedals (except the wah), my attenuator, basically all my mess anything.
    Sick of these gas-expensive and ultimately unsatisfactory.
    Now I plug my Musicman Luke, I press ON, I run my backings, and I'm having! No more headaches.
    I emphasize the interest of the Fuse software, which allows to go far enough in creating the presets (sag, bias, pre or post effects, etc.) with a smile.

    In addition to the Mustang III costs just € 270. That "full valve amp" unconditional pardon me ...
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  • Well ... For the price!

    Fender Mustang IIIPublished on 01/09/12 at 11:21
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    Modeling amp, everything has been said about him, I might have liked modeling more or further ...

    UTILIZATION

    Very easy, the LCD is really more about what kind of amp. Sometimes turning the big wheel (used for any parameter etc ...) may be a bit tedious but overall it's well thought out.

    SOUNDS

    Two weeks after its receipt, I put 10 right now, so the amp seemed to be excellent, but you have to face the facts: a modeling amp still has flaws. Those who bother me the most are:
    It "fiiiizz" when making a last note
    -Often too much bass or treble

    But by setting good you can get very good sound! For example, do not hesitate to try out the parameters of the second page, such as SAG......
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    Modeling amp, everything has been said about him, I might have liked modeling more or further ...

    UTILIZATION

    Very easy, the LCD is really more about what kind of amp. Sometimes turning the big wheel (used for any parameter etc ...) may be a bit tedious but overall it's well thought out.

    SOUNDS

    Two weeks after its receipt, I put 10 right now, so the amp seemed to be excellent, but you have to face the facts: a modeling amp still has flaws. Those who bother me the most are:
    It "fiiiizz" when making a last note
    -Often too much bass or treble

    But by setting good you can get very good sound! For example, do not hesitate to try out the parameters of the second page, such as SAG or the simulation of HP (which I recommend most often to remove, we have more momentum and clarity without most of the time). I loved the Deluxe Reverb, 57 Deluxe.
    The multitude of effects are also a plus, magna cum laude with delay and reverb (where you spend hours to find the setting)

    OVERALL OPINION

    It's really not bad overall, although he still sounds a bit digital (the "zzzzaaaaiing" ...: @), we get nice clean sounds, the crunch really reagents and leads mat.
    This is an amp that can be used both at home and on stage, where digital artifacts agree less.
    A good investment for guitarists little fortunate or in need of mobility (it is a true Swiss knife!)
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  • Loving the mustang

    Fender Mustang IIIPublished on 10/25/11 at 22:18
    First of all, the is a lot larger than I expected, the picture doesn't really do it justice. It is a really great looking amp, but more importantly is the sound. I have played several other amps (Fenders Marshalls and Oranges mainly) and as far as sound quality goes, this one definitely holds up. It has built in amp modeling so it can make itself sound like some really popular and vintage amps. These modeling are definitely accurate as far as tone and other specificities that each amp holds, but of course it isn't able to make a perfect match.

    UTILIZATION

    Everything with this amp suits my needs in amps. I love the mustang!

    SOUNDS

    I have not seen a solid state amp with the feel and......
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    First of all, the is a lot larger than I expected, the picture doesn't really do it justice. It is a really great looking amp, but more importantly is the sound. I have played several other amps (Fenders Marshalls and Oranges mainly) and as far as sound quality goes, this one definitely holds up. It has built in amp modeling so it can make itself sound like some really popular and vintage amps. These modeling are definitely accurate as far as tone and other specificities that each amp holds, but of course it isn't able to make a perfect match.

    UTILIZATION

    Everything with this amp suits my needs in amps. I love the mustang!

    SOUNDS

    I have not seen a solid state amp with the feel and tone that this gem has. Including line6,vox valvetronics,Fender CyberTwin,Peavey Vypyr,boss GT10, digitech GSP1101, Johnson and Rp series. I can go on and on, I have owned them all, accept the "Fabled" Fractal Audio Axe-Fxe Ultra, which maybe someday I'll have to end all this gas madness. For right now I love this little mustang and it works like a champ at my band rehearsals and live gigs with a mic in front of it, wall of sound


    OVERALL OPINION


    However, these sounds are very high quality, and in my opinion, they sound great. At first it does sound like a really nice tube amp, but a well experienced ear can probably tell the difference. But that isn't to say that it isn't a nice amp, especially for the cost. Additionally, it has a wide variety of effects that really add a lot to it and are equally very high quality, and the fact that you completely customize each really sells me on it. I can't say anything about reliability really because I haven't had it for long at all, but I can say it is very well constructed and I am expecting it to last very long. The controls are all easy to use (and actually make sense) and it is able to get very loud. All around a superb purchase
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  • great amp , must try

    Fender Mustang IIIPublished on 10/04/11 at 20:46
    I am one guy that must of brought 15 different amp for my home use none please me peavey vypred vox valvetronix and crappy Marshall MG none did the job for home. three years looking read about this amp and said let me give it a try. Got the mustang ll and it was amazing so I decided to upgrade too the lll series blown me away because of the versatility. You can tweak any amp model the way you like set it and just select any amp model from bassman to deluxe twin with the same tweak that you set. So much you can do with this amp.

    UTILIZATION

    Manual is very clear and concise.

    SOUNDS

    The sound is fantastic. Had tube amps for home use I hate them to loud and you lower them because they......
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    I am one guy that must of brought 15 different amp for my home use none please me peavey vypred vox valvetronix and crappy Marshall MG none did the job for home. three years looking read about this amp and said let me give it a try. Got the mustang ll and it was amazing so I decided to upgrade too the lll series blown me away because of the versatility. You can tweak any amp model the way you like set it and just select any amp model from bassman to deluxe twin with the same tweak that you set. So much you can do with this amp.

    UTILIZATION

    Manual is very clear and concise.

    SOUNDS

    The sound is fantastic. Had tube amps for home use I hate them to loud and you lower them because they are tube can't get the full tone you want especially if you want a smooth sound. Lower watts tube amps tend to break up sooner or rather say crunch cause you have little headroom.

    OVERALL OPINION

    Overall, This amp does it all since it's analog pretty close to tube sound. Try one for house you will be the happiest person .The only downside I can think of is the volume difference between overdriven amp presets and clean presets. The clean presets are quieter, even after making adjustments in the various presets. I have a volume pedal in the FX loop and that takes care of the issue. But, What a great value. If you're in a cover band, or just want a powerful and flexible amp this is absolutely worth a look. Try it. You'll like it. And you'll almost certainly buy it. I have many other amps, but this, and my Vox Night Train, are my absolute favorites. All in all, I have absolutely no regrets about this purchase. If you're on the fence about whether or not to get a Mustang, I would say go for it....you won't regret it!
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  • Cool

    Fender Mustang IIIPublished on 05/26/11 at 09:02
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    A week that I have it, I changed the hp for eminence legend 121 more music (the celestion G12T-100 is known for its acidity), but good I had it in stock ...
    That said, installing a hp typed on a guitar amp modeling is stupid, would do better to put a broadband home (and it applies to line6 and company too).
    For all the amp models are offered by default with a simulation of hp (you must disable every time) is boring.
    100w into 8 ohms, loop (not tested), quiet when we play it, 2-button footswitch (not tested).
    Noise gate, ducking delay are the most real use. The interface is well done, I have not opened the manual yet. Level computer but then I do not care ... so completely......
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    A week that I have it, I changed the hp for eminence legend 121 more music (the celestion G12T-100 is known for its acidity), but good I had it in stock ...
    That said, installing a hp typed on a guitar amp modeling is stupid, would do better to put a broadband home (and it applies to line6 and company too).
    For all the amp models are offered by default with a simulation of hp (you must disable every time) is boring.
    100w into 8 ohms, loop (not tested), quiet when we play it, 2-button footswitch (not tested).
    Noise gate, ducking delay are the most real use. The interface is well done, I have not opened the manual yet. Level computer but then I do not care ... so completely untested.

    UTILIZATION

    So it's simple, and I appreciate the second page of the amp that can act as models for the crushing of tubes, the master volume, the second win of the supersonic, the balance of the two entries bassman etc, c 'is fine and unrealistic.

    Good sound, not so obvious unless already know the amps in general just move.

    Not tested headphone nor in time.

    SOUNDS

    I bought it for its format and its possibilities for clean-blues and the onboard effects. For distos I thought to use pedal (s) upstream, often more convincing and practical live.

    The proposed models can do without any equipment, however, is relevant in the mids, it sounds more real than usual, less trafficked.

    Disappointed by the twin (and loud low bass) and bassman (I have a true ...) but surprised many by Deluxe-reverb princeton-57deluxe and saturax.
    The field with the sag and more on half the gain is fabulous in a slight overdrive.

    That said, the highs are too sickly-piercing and lack of scale and low margin. So even playing hard (volume models thoroughly and master two hours) that no pulse despite decibels.
    My late spider4 with the same hp was more "real" in terms of attendance at high volume (and with about 25w).

    OVERALL OPINION

    Well, it's a start, I have much finesse offered amps, I look forward in the experiments. I think this thing is very educational, we understand the different concepts of operation of the scratch amp.

    The party in power is not terrible, it lacks body, I will test with a tube output stage via adhoc box to see. And before this, a simple eq or ULTRAFEX in the loop, you never know it all it takes sometimes.

    At home, low volume, it is not conclusive, flatness, a digitech RP70 right into an amp sounds much better.

    The look and price, and power connectors for the format makes this Mustang a sacred matter.

    So much for now, I update as soon as I argued a bit ...
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  • Modeling, and finally to the point? "

    Fender Mustang IIIPublished on 04/30/11 at 03:34
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    100 watts - Celestion G12T-100

    Modeling amp such as Fender Champ, Deluxe 57, Bassman, Princeton, Deluxe Reverb and Twin Revert + Vox / Marshall / Mesa ...

    Various effects: OD, Fuzz, Wah, Compressor, Chorus, Phaser, Flanger, Vibrato, Tremolo, Pitch, Delay, Reverb, etc. ...

    LCD + USB Port + Aux + Headset

    Effects loop footswitch taken + 4 / 2 buttons

    Gain / Volume / Treble / Mid / Bass / Reverb / Master Volume

    UTILIZATION

    Use of this amp is pretty simple with the different settings and direct the LCD which lack the Mustang I and II.
    Everything can be paid directly to the amp Fuse or via software (via USB). While for the Mustang I and II, it is imperative to go through......
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    100 watts - Celestion G12T-100

    Modeling amp such as Fender Champ, Deluxe 57, Bassman, Princeton, Deluxe Reverb and Twin Revert + Vox / Marshall / Mesa ...

    Various effects: OD, Fuzz, Wah, Compressor, Chorus, Phaser, Flanger, Vibrato, Tremolo, Pitch, Delay, Reverb, etc. ...

    LCD + USB Port + Aux + Headset

    Effects loop footswitch taken + 4 / 2 buttons

    Gain / Volume / Treble / Mid / Bass / Reverb / Master Volume

    UTILIZATION

    Use of this amp is pretty simple with the different settings and direct the LCD which lack the Mustang I and II.
    Everything can be paid directly to the amp Fuse or via software (via USB). While for the Mustang I and II, it is imperative to go through Fuse to change a preset depth.

    A regular or not multi-effects find them easily.
    For cons, I regret that the settings are not in front rather than on top of the amp. Matter of taste ...

    The supplied footswitch allows up or down in the presets or off depending on how it effects the rule. No footswitch, you change presets via the rotary knob.
    It is quite possible to disable live effects using the buttons Stomp / Mod / Delay / Reverb.

    I love the ability to control his amplifier and programmed via software presets Fender Fuse. With it, you can also import presets from other users via the Internet.

    SOUNDS

    The most important point: SOUND!

    I wanted a Fender sound for a change of the sound of my Hiwatt.
    Well, I'm not disappointed:)
    This is the first time I hear a modeling amp that rivals, or surpass some tube amp!
    The sounds of Fender amps are modeled ultra realistic. My preference is for the Twin Reverb, which corresponds perfectly to the type of clean sound that I found: Crystalline, clapping, round and with the boot!
    It's really very true to the original Twin Reverb. It is unbelievable!
    Perhaps the dynamic is slightly lower it?! But it really is that close ...
    In any case, the clear sound of the Twin Reverb is truly the road against the clear sound of my Hiwatt. That's mean!

    On the saturations, ditto. We well recognize the claw Marshall or Fender Bassman into overdrive.
    It's warm, clear and punchy.
    I never feel the use of modeling. There are no side "digital" My criticism has any other modeling amp. Line6 in mind ...
    Go to quibble perhaps, can we perceive a very slight digital noise at the cutoff compared to sustain an amp that is not modeling. But it's really very light.
    Also, I found the sound of the headphone not terrible. But hey, you buy that kind of play that headphone amp ...

    For cons, I criticized some of the amps modeled Mustang saturate rather quickly. If your guitar sends the sauce must not fall ill gain.

    Regarding the effects, it's really not bad but not exceptional either.
    The chorus, flanger and phaser are good. But do not amount to real analog pedals. They are at a good multi-effects. The overdrive and fuzz are of the same caliber. But it's still well above what I heard on other brands of amps modeling.
    For cons, the delay, tremolo and reverb are really good. Nothing to envy to the pedals!
    It is precise and clear. As for compressors, no problems it provide what is needed.

    Especially for me which is very important:
    This amp fully respects the sound of guitars and nuances of the game And this is a first on a modeling amp!!

    OVERALL OPINION

    Having a Hiwatt Custom 50, I wanted a more portable amp with onboard effects and a super clear sound especially when I want to lug heavy artillery ...

    I bought this amp for its Swiss Army knife side and the price very attractive. I do not think it was possible to get such quality with a price so content.
    The Mustang is light years ahead of other amp modeling. The quantum leap is really impressive compared to the Vox and Line6.
    I play more in the register Blues / Rock. Being an avid Pink Floyd, this amp responds perfectly to my expectations.
    The clean sounds are really impressive and are almost as saturated.
    I am convinced that listening blind, many would be willing to bet it's a tube amp ...

    The quality / price of this amp is unbeatable - BUY THE DARK!!
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  • EEhhhh not great

    Fender Mustang IIIPublished on 04/19/11 at 10:24
    This sucker is loud! Coming in at 100 watts with a 1x12 speaker this thing is going to knock you over. But at 17 lbs is won't break your back. Very light weight but very loud.

    I'm not a fan of amp modeling of any kind. I can't stand Axe FX and they are supposed to be the best in the business. So I'm just not a fan of the feel and tone. However, I don't look at these amps as anything but practice amps.


    Fender Mustang III 100-watt Guitar Combo Amp Features at a Glance:

    * 100-watt open-back combo
    * 12" Celestion
    * 100 amp presets
    * 12 different amp models from vintage FENDER® sparkle to outrageous modern metal distortion
    * 37 different effects in four categories......
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    This sucker is loud! Coming in at 100 watts with a 1x12 speaker this thing is going to knock you over. But at 17 lbs is won't break your back. Very light weight but very loud.

    I'm not a fan of amp modeling of any kind. I can't stand Axe FX and they are supposed to be the best in the business. So I'm just not a fan of the feel and tone. However, I don't look at these amps as anything but practice amps.


    Fender Mustang III 100-watt Guitar Combo Amp Features at a Glance:

    * 100-watt open-back combo
    * 12" Celestion
    * 100 amp presets
    * 12 different amp models from vintage FENDER® sparkle to outrageous modern metal distortion
    * 37 different effects in four categories (stomp, modulation, delay and reverb)
    * 1/8" headphone jack doubles as speaker-emulated line out.
    * Fender FUSE software Editor Software included
    * programmable two-button footswitch included (controls preset up/down, quick access, effects on/off and tap tempo)
    * Effects Loop: Mono Series Effects Loop
    * Auxillary Input: 1/8" Auxiliary Input Jack
    * Headphone Jack: 1/8" Headphone Jack
    * Line Out: USB port, 1/8" Headphone Jack doubles as Speaker Emulated Line Out
    * Covering/Grille Cloth: Black Textured "Carbon Tweed" Vinyl Covering with Silver Grill Cloth


    UTILIZATION


    Specification Detail
    Type Solid State
    Number of Channels 1
    Power 100W
    Speakers 1 x 12" Celestion G12T-100
    Effects Yes
    Reverb Yes
    EQ Treble, Middle, Bass
    Amp Modeling Yes
    Number of Models 100 Presets, 12 Amp Models
    Number of Tubes 0
    Preamp Tubes No Tubes
    Power Tubes No Tubes
    Inputs 1 x Instrument, 1 x 1/8" (Aux)
    Outputs 1 x Headphone (1/8")
    Footswitch I/O Yes
    Effects Loop Yes
    Height 17.75"
    Width 20.5"
    Depth 10.75"
    Weight 36 lbs.
    Notes USB Port

    SOUNDS

    One thing Fender is known for is having probably the best clean tones on the planet. hey don't excel at high gain tones in any way. So I'm lean towards the cleaner side of the options for this amp. Actually most of the amp modeling is done for the 60's fender amps. They take up most of the room on the amp modeling.

    I would suggest playing a Fender Strat or Tele with this amp since most of the sounds are on the cleaner towards bluesier side of rock music. You can use a SuperStrat, Les Paul, or another humbucking style guitar and switch it over to the British Steal amp modeling and you can guess what that is modeled off of. This sounds the best in my opinion of the dirtier channels.

    Another good sounding model is the Tight Metal preset which sounds a bit more beef and thicker. More for the chugga chugga style playing.

    OVERALL OPINION

    It comes with software that you can put on computer and play along with MP3 but also to edit all the preset that are on the amplifier. So if you hook it up via USB and you can edit all you amps features via the computer screen which shows the look of the amp it is modeled off of.

    I would recommend this to any player who wants to use a practice amp and needs to have all amps and all effects in one convenient unit. At new they come in at around $300.
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  • Powerful! In every sense of the word!

    Fender Mustang IIIPublished on 02/28/11 at 06:27
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    Combo 100 W transistor (DSP models) and USB connection for control from PC or MAC.
    A dozen simulated amp and a lot of effects.
    See detailed specifications on the Fender site.
    Differences with version II in addition to power:

    - Celestion.
    - A 2-button footswitch (up down) provided.
    - LCD screen on the combo
    - A knob for the midrange
    - Effects loop

    Only downside: the connectors are placed in any way, especially the usb ...

    UTILIZATION

    Configuration simple: you plug, it selects one of 100 presets by turning the wheel, play ...
    the presets are not ordered, it's a shame, we move from a jazzy clean to distortion of pig without warning.
    this system presets can easily find any......
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    Combo 100 W transistor (DSP models) and USB connection for control from PC or MAC.
    A dozen simulated amp and a lot of effects.
    See detailed specifications on the Fender site.
    Differences with version II in addition to power:

    - Celestion.
    - A 2-button footswitch (up down) provided.
    - LCD screen on the combo
    - A knob for the midrange
    - Effects loop

    Only downside: the connectors are placed in any way, especially the usb ...

    UTILIZATION

    Configuration simple: you plug, it selects one of 100 presets by turning the wheel, play ...
    the presets are not ordered, it's a shame, we move from a jazzy clean to distortion of pig without warning.
    this system presets can easily find any sound, which can then refine the EQ very easily via physical, via the menu of the receiver and then via Fuse ...
    Ultimately this amp is very friendly and fun to use!


    SOUNDS

    I wanted an amp versatile and resourceful and that is exactly what I found in the Mustang, I like to spend a well Grunge Stoner or a good old 60's to his Fender reverb to play Surf Rock or garage.
    I play an Ibanez with two humbuckers Art 120 to active, I must decrease the guitar's volume pot to enjoy the nuances of the amp, I think my guitar keeps well despite the personality of the DSP amp.
    Overall the sounds are anything but hollow and slender, even at low volume.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for four days, I have not been around, I barely watched Fuse.
    I tried just before the amp, just a Line 6 modeling and pitiful that I found confusing and a Peavey transistor typed too archaic to me.
    What I like most is the sound, versatility, the geek side of Fuse and usb, ease of use
    What I regret is the placement of connectors and that's it!
    The value for money is simply incredible for the price of a pedal you have a combo of geek!
    To this day I would do this choice without hesitation.
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