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Fender Mustang III
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Fender Mustang III

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

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bolenti bolenti
Published on 08/05/12 at 23:35
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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