Fender FM 210R

Fender FM 210R

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FM 210R, Solid-State Combo Guitar Amp from Fender in the Frontman series.

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Fender FM 210R tech. sheet

  • Manufacturer: Fender
  • Model: FM 210R
  • Series: Frontman
  • Category: Solid-State Combo Guitar Amps
  • Added in our database on: 12/25/2005

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Fender FM 210R user reviews

Average Score:3.0( 3/5 based on 6 reviews )
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 1 user review17 %
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iamqman's review"What knuclehead though this would be a ....."

Fender FM 210R
Fender has been known to make some very good sounding and high-quality amplifiers. They generally make a clean style amplifier is able to take on effects pedals distortion pedals and overdrive pedals quite well. There's a nice tone that is all to themselves. Given the distinct sound and feel with Fender amplifier's and many other boutique moderate amplifier builders have used these guitars as reference points. This is one of those amplifiers that doesn't sound very good and do not contain any tubes whatsoever.



2 - 10" Fender Special Design speakers
2 channels
Spring reverb
Mid contour switch for variable distortions
Rugged cab with metal-reinforced corners
22-1/4"W x 16"H x 9"D
36 lbs.


If you're looking for a solid-state amplifier on the clean side and I certainly would go with a Roland Jazz chorus. Even though this is to be tremendously cheaper than that amplifier you're not really good to get a great sound to from a solid-state circuit amp. This amp feature 65 W of power and has to 10 inch speakers and it features two channels of operation. In addition has the reverb unit which in my opinion is very good and doesn't sound very natural. I'm not a fan of the distortion from Fender amplifier's in this amplifier continues that feeling. It doesn't sound very good and at best it's extremely buzzy and raspy. You're not really didn't get a great sounding distortion channel from a certain solid-state circuit. They certainly not to get that great of a distortion from any fender amplifier in general. I never liked a Fender OD channel in any of their amplifiers other than their new Eddie Van Halen amplifiers.


Is it the first of been discontinued for some time now but you can find another use market fairly easily. I suggest going with something else other than this amplifier. It doesn't sound that great if you looking for decent practice amplifier that I suggest going with a Roland or maybe a Peavey amplifier. Those ones have a little bit more versatility and options that will get you a better sound and overall quality and sounding jam session.

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

Fender FM 210R
Amp transistors, 60W, 2 channels, basic hand 2 HP 10. No footswitch provided.


Using very simple.


Very well in the clear. Average distortion. No reverb.


I just have. I'm happy with the power / price ratio. The quality / price is good too. For distortion pedals I have so it's cool. I would do the same choice.

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

Fender FM 210R
See other opinions. I was skeptical from the start of the 10 hps, and ben my worst fears were confirmed given the sound reproduction!


The eq is quite inaccurate (bass / treble on clean channel, low / medium / high on crunch channel), and increases the fault of the amp sound. I admit failing to find his own good as I like with this amp, even when its clear fender is renowned for it (which I confirmed for the hot road deluxe, but here we enter well above the category of tube amps).


Well, I will not go through four tracks, but it is filthy! the sound is loud, low yucky and imprecise (the hps to 10 are probably not unrelated to this outcome), no depth: it has to fenderien slamming the side, the side lens is here, again screaming : no matter how you set your EQ, you will only exacerbate, or at best slightly mitigate this. However, I use it with, it seems to me unless I become deaf, good guitars: a Fender Start and a gibson lp us standard. even if the result is pathetic in both cases, it goes better with all the same stratum that has an output level and bass less important than the LP, at least in the clear (but due to the fact it's the highlight of the strata). when the distortion is zero, which is essential to have good pedals .. short, this amp managed to make two guitars sound incredibly bad that in normal times, with most of the ring gear. go, I put 2 because it There's the sound that comes out and the clear sound with the stratum is about exploitable .. otherwise, yuck all the way!


I have the misfortune to use this crap again in three weeks because my c30 Peavy fell in the bay, and unfortunately, it is the only amp available at local where I play. c30 back, I miss you! not but what infamous shit that thing he did for himself that to sound better than using a DI, or I would have chosen this option. It completely distorts the sound of my two guitars and is unworthy of being connected to them (I want to apologize to the passage of them to plug into this thing). short, I recommend this purchase (and hps in the wake of 10 saw the rendering of low frequencies is also one of the reasons why my les paul does not ring at all on this amp) unless you really want to go deaf and scare away a potential audience ... after, if you are not sensitive to having sound yucky, it's your problem!

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

Fender FM 210R
65W-transistor amplifier, 2HP 10 "
Connectivity-satisfactory, 2 input, one for impdance normal, the other for impdance leve
A reverb-intgre (not fantastic)
A clean-channel (eq: low + high), a distortion (drive, bass, treble booster)

On these points is the cool, no surprises.


Easy to use
Spit-a lot of watts for RPTES, so no sound with a small problem without scne
Right-hand, but not really Necessary for an amp like a fawn all.
Amp heavy, so be careful on the back


Hey, has become the shared
It is not bad clean channel has an equalizer but pitiful in my opinion, that just RULES treble and bass, or of a imprcision of rglages horrible, and feels, I am have to compensate with my multi-effect for a cool sound.
-Channel distortion is good, but gnral is GFOS in a distortion pedals for sefaciliter life. In any case, that of the channel filled out its LAN and is relatively well adjustable.
-For me, playing mtal and rock, this amp is moderately suited to spend trs frquences serious harm or even saturate giving his bass too horribly. For cons, I am happy to play the blues or rock clean, so you see what kind you make him suffer.


Used for 1 ½ years, powerful amp for RPTES has really spit (or too much: p), bullet ngatif the equalizer, it's really a wound that level.
Report quality discount, but I do aps redeem the same, and do not really recommend it if you want to do the blues, there are more suitable amp.

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