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Published on 11/28/11 at 22:58
Fender music company has been pretty much well known for their fender telecaster and Strat guitars as well as they're very clean sounding combo amplifiers. They're really taking a niche into the music world with their very responsive and dynamic musical insurance. They do also make some budget friendly amplifiers and guitars for the musician who is low on cash refunds. If I'll see recently got into the in modeling and effects combo amplifier world as well.

UTILIZATION

Specifications

* SERIES Dyna-Touch Series III
* TYPE Solid State
* OUTPUT 90 watts into 4 ohms
* OHMS 4 ohms
* SPEAKERS 1-12" Special Design Celestion® G12T-100/1897, 4 ohm, 100 Watt Speaker
* CHANNELS Dual Selectable Channels (Normal and Drive)
* FEATURES
- DSP Effects: Reverb, Delay, Chorus, Flange, Tremolo, Vibratone,
- Dedicated Tone Controls in Each Channel,
- 7 Preset Timbre Filters with Recall,
- "More Drive" Button,
- Effects Loop,
- Digital Chromatic Tuner,
- 3-Button 4 Function Footswitch for Channel Switching,
- Drive Select and More Drive Select,
- Effects On/Off ,
- IEC Type Grounded Power Cord
* CONTROLS
- Normal Channel: Volume, Treble, Mid, Bass, Channel Select Switch,
- Drive Channel: Drive, More Drive Switch, Volume, Treble, Mid, Bass, FX Level, FX Select, Time/Rate
* COVERING Black Textured Vinyl with Dark Black/Silver Grille Cloth
* WEIGHT 33 lbs. (15 kg)
* DIMENSIONS Height: 16.5" (42.0 cm), Width: 20.6" (52.32 cm), Depth: 9" (30.5 cm)
* ACCESSORIES Comes with 3-Button Footswitch, for Channel Switching, Drive Select and More Drive Select , and Effects On/Off

SOUNDS


The tone of this amplifier is not that great. There is no tubes in his amplifier and it's basically a computer amplifier. It has a load of different effects and switches that make it basically and all-encompassing all in one type combo amplifier. This is the kind amplifier that a person who is just starting out how many electric guitar would crap because it has pretty much everything they need to get started as an electric guitar player. So overall the tones and the effects or not going to be that great but you are going to have everything in one convenient location. So therefore it eliminates pedal boards and other external effects to your guitar rig.

OVERALL OPINION


These amplifiers have been discontinued now and I think they been replaced with the new sender G dec series amplifiers. They came in right around $350 I'm sure you can find them in the used section and many classifieds for well under that price. One thing that I don't understand about this amplifier is that it's 90 W of power. This is not the kind of amplifier that I'm going to crush people over with 90 W of power. This is the basically got to be a practice amplifier for someone just learning or just need something to bang around in the garage with.
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