Fender Mini Tonemaster EXPII

Fender Mini Tonemaster EXPII

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Mini Tonemaster EXPII, Portable Guitar Amp from Fender.

5 user reviews
Prices starting at $37 Average price: $37

Fender Mini Tonemaster EXPII tech. sheet

  • Manufacturer: Fender
  • Model: Mini Tonemaster EXPII
  • Category: Portable Guitar Amps
  • Added in our database on: 12/08/2003

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Fender Mini Tonemaster EXPII user reviews

Average Score:4.0( 4/5 based on 5 reviews )
 2 reviews40 %
 1 user review20 %
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iamqman's review"Good for what it is."

Fender Mini Tonemaster EXPII
These little pocket amps are being more and more popular by the minute. The basically fit on the side of your belt or sitting on your counter top space and being able to play and electric guitar. They are a cool idea but don't for one minute think you are going to get a decent tone from these things. They sound like utter garbage. not just this one but all of them. Any manufacturer which basically all the major ones are doing these pocket amps. The are for one reason only and that is to play electric guitar at reasonable volumes, silent playing if they have headphones, and just practicing.


Type Solid State
Number of Channels 1
Power 1W
Speakers 2 x 2"
No Effects
No Reverb
EQ Tone
No Amp Modeling
Number of Tubes 0
Preamp Tubes No Tubes
Power Tubes No Tubes
Inputs 1 x Instrument
Outputs 1 x Headphone (1/8")
No Footswitch I/O
No Effects Loop


The sound of this thing won't sound like your custom shop tone master by Fender or anything like it. This thing is nasally and scratchy and sounds better if run over by a car. However, I look at this amp and others like it as just merely practicing tools.

If you have some time in your office or somewhere quite that you want to jam by yourself then this is a great little item to have. It has a headphone output for silent playing when you need and would probably do this thing some justice as well. The thin sounds better the less gain you have on it so dial it in to your preference but too much nasally gain will cause your hairs to stand up on your neck.


At new these amps come in at around $40 which is a great deal for something this small and workable. Again the sound is nothing that will blow you away but just look at it from a mere practicing point.

I would recommend this to anyone who needs a quite practicing pocket amp and doesn't want to splurge too much money trying to do. Most people can afford the $40 so it is a good deal.

The_Missing_Dude's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Fender Mini Tonemaster EXPII
Transistor, two speakers.
A jack in, making for a transformer.
Housing for the 9V battery.
Volume, Tone, Gain, On / Off


Simpler you die ...


Its very special, good saturation, good clean sounds.
Both HP do their job.
For a small amp, it sounds all good https://static.audiofanzine.com/images/audiofanzine/interface/smileys/icon_smile.gif


Nice to travel, I use in my round-trip Paris province.
The battery provides sufficient autonomy (6:00), knowing that I was using a battery.
Otherwise it's very beautiful in my studio, and it can also be used for recording thoroughly saturated.
I also tried the Marshall, but it sounded more nasal.

parkerlewis's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Fender Mini Tonemaster EXPII
1W amplifier transistor
A jack and a power supply 9v insru
Controls: Gain, volume, tone, on / off


If you need a manual, stop the guitar!


Pafait for blues, rock, etc. ...
I am ok with the previous opinion, the sound is special but I really personal.
A low volume, it has a very correct and not "tight" to marshall contraiement of equivalent size.
Even cranked, the sound is good!


1 week. Purchased in addition to my two amps that are in two different local Repetitive my groups. Used only for work at home.
Very handy, a jack, a scraper and go!
I've played on but the marshal was really his toy then I think it's much less the case.
Considering the price, purchase your eyes closed!

Tchix's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Fender Mini Tonemaster EXPII
Amp transistor "Fender Mini Tone-Master"

Replica of the famous Fender Tone-Master, but travel version.

The cattle delivers 1 W of power ... but beware ... it spits!
We have two small HP 1 "

Level connectivity was a standart INPUT Jack, a headphone mini-jack and a 9V power supply (not included).
And a 9V battery slot (back).
The settings are: GAIN, VOLUME, TONE, POWER (on / off).

Look at the ca pete well in pastique replica tweed with vintage grille .... looking more ready ac makes a little cheap, but it's still strong enough.


No need to leave Saint-Syr to run the amp ...

This gives a good sound quickly with this little thing.


The first thing you notice is that the beast was in the belly!
Really great to see such a stunning little amp spit so much! It's really great to play in an apartment!

I tried with my EMG ESP mounted ... so that it sounds fat! We shall see to have a good single coil see a P90-94 to make it all even more drool!

knob playing with the tone we really going to sound dull and nasal to finally filled middle. It's a great point.
Playing with the knob of the scratches can be anything you want. Mount the gain of the amp back down the volume on the guitar and it was a crunch of madness.

Here is an example of the different sounds obttenus video:

Sometimes we feel that HP does not follow at times ... but they also participate in this dirty slimy fat that I like so little practice!

I put 7 / 10 because he obviously these limits ... but it's definitely not a toy!


I like its portability and small size.
I love this vintage look, it makes a great decoration in the living room. Everyone wants to try it and everyone is bluffing .

I like the fact that unless the trap stack vibrates when the bass is too intense.

The normal value for money ...

I would do this choice with the experience!

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