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Fender Mustang Floor Multi-Effects Pedal

by Fender
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  • 100 fully customizable presets with dozens of built-in effects, amplifier models and speaker simulation
  • full integration with Fender® FUSE(TM) software for use with computer
  • dual-mode footswitch buttons for selecting presets in one mode and bypassing effects in second mode,
  • tap/tune footswitch button for tapping in delay times
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 20.5 x 8.7 x 3.2 inches ; 11 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 12.4 pounds
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • Shipping Advisory: This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.
  • ASIN: B006ZGZEU4
  • Item model number: 2301060000
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (44 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #3,883 in Musical Instruments (See Top 100 in Musical Instruments)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: January 19, 2012

Product Description

Fender introduces its first ever multi-effects unit in the form of theMustang Floor-a versatile high-performance floor unit that deliverspro-level amp modeling, effects and artist preset sounds in a richlyvaried wealth of musical styles. And you don’t have to be a techexpert to use the Mustang Floor-it’s easy to use right out of the box.A natural offshoot of our Mustang series amplifiers (basically aMustang amp without the power amp and speaker), the MustangFloor is designed for a variety of applications, only one of which is agreat multi-effects unit for any basic guitar amp that puts more thanthree dozen digital effects at your feet. It’s also a modeling preampwith low-impedance speaker-emulated outputs for running direct toa PA system, a modeling preamp with line-level outputs for usewith a power amp and speakers, a silent practice system withstereo headphone output and auxiliary input perfect for playingalong with an iPod or other media player, and a fantastic tonemachine for direct-to-digital USB recording.

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Customer Reviews

Rocking very happy with it!
Elmer Homero
Really great effects pedal, all the tones sound great.
Joseph Meiring
One of the best products made by fender.
Justino Martinez

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By David Massey on November 24, 2012
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When I first received the Mustang Floor, I was pleasantly surprised by the weight. It was considerably heavier than I expected. And once I had a chance to sample the presets and other features of this unit, I was blown away. Everything about the Mustang Floor exceeded my expectations. It has the best amp modeling that I have heard on any unit anywhere near this price range. The effects are also great. It would cost many times what I paid for this unit to have the same flexibility with individual pedals. Overall, this is a piece of equipment that will meet all your playing needs; from quiet practicing at home to stage performance. The only downside I see is that the case that is sold separately is a little overpriced.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Rmac on January 11, 2013
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I had been looking for an affordable practice rig, something I could use without waking the whole house. I have a Mustang I, but taking that on trips, well, it's not feasible. So I opted for the Mustang floor, after having tried the DIgitech multi effects rigs, there was just a lot of tweaking to try and find the right sound, plus through the head phones, it just sounded very tinty/lots of treble. The Mustang Floor, well, I was used to the sounds from the Fender line and it was easy to use. Straight out of the box, plugged it in and I was up and playing with 99 presets, it sounds fantastic. Then I connected to my Mac and brought up the Fender software "Fuse", nothing left to say other than I am thoroughly pleased. It was a great deal and now I have a rig that I can travel and practice with and if needed, I can plug into the house system and go.

But in my opinion, this rig is spectacular, I have always been a Fender fan, but this just seals the deal. I would recommend it, or at least take your guitar and try one out, I'm sure you'll be please.
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7 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Jason D. Kerr on September 20, 2013
To start, I will say, "Shazzaaammm!" I love this board! The price is right, the tone is amazing, and ease of use is elementary for those who want to spend their time playing and not fiddling with 14,000 presets and options.
I have owned almost every Multi-Effects processor available, and tonal wise this is the best Ive used. Please note, I run directly to the main board in our church sanctuary, so this is my opinion of the tone direct to the house. Having said that, I also have used it as a stompbox with my amps in private, and it has blown away every boutique pedal I have owned. I heard a man say, "Fender, stick to guitars, not boards!" People do not realize that when dealing with a multi effects board, you must do your homework and find the tone that works for you. It will take some time. I have over 2 grand in boutique pedals and I always come back to this pedalboard. Both direct to house and when in front of an amp its awesome! I play a very Joe Bonamassa style tone, and the Brit 80's tweaked is on spot everytime. People actually get mad when I show them how I get my tone. I lead worship with my wife, and play rythym/lead and sing. I'm currently working on my 3rd album and im going to use this board as my guitar amp direct so folks can see what this thing can do in a recording setting as well. Fender, is one of the top companies for ethics, respect, and tone...and lets be honest, for 165$ if you hate it, you only spent an amount to take the family out for dinner and movies! lol. If you dont like yours, send it to me....pleeeaassse! Have a great day!

If you are needing some of the tones I use, they are on Fenders Fuse portion of their website which is amazing as well!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Implicate Order on August 17, 2013
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I normally use Garageband's built-in guitar effects for recording. After I got the Mustang Floor last month, it took me a while to customize the effects I liked (created some patches for rhythm, flllers, lead). The beauty of this board is that you can switch between various effects at the tap of your foot, far more efficient from an ergonomics and "lack of mess" perspective.

My grouse at this point is the inability to daisy-chain more than one stomp box effect for one patch/preset (or more than one modulation effect for that matter). Luckily things like wah are possible either as stomp boxes or modulation boxes.

I'm still playing with the board and will most likely post a more detailed review after a few months.

I use the mustang floor via USB with my mac book pro + garageband, while the left + right phone jacks go into my tascam US-122 mk II USB interface. The stereo out goes to a yahama 8-channel mixer which is fed to yamaha HS5 powered speakers. Garageband complains of feedback at times, still trying to figure out how to control that.
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Me on October 6, 2014
I have played guitar for 25 years and I have been working with the FMF for about a year. It is a great sounding processor with some limitations that are causing me to upgrade to either a Boss GT100 or a POD HD500s. If all I cared about was tone, I would happily play this for years to come.

First the good: Despite what some people say, the high-gain models are excellent when you learn how to dial them in. The mid gain and clean models are some of the best in any processor. All the models are sensitive to input gain, so rolling the guitar volume, pickup changes, and boost pedals all work well in front of the FMF. If you are running straight to the board, or straight to the FX return of a tube amp, this is a great processor.

Also, it has a very direct and intuitive stomp-style interface. The unit is sturdy

Now the bad:

The problem this unit has is with connectivity with amplifiers. While the FMF has a send/recv loop, it is difficult to use with a guitar preamp with any dynamic range, because it does not have enough headroom to avoid clipping. Furthermore, there is no digital control over in/out levels so it can be tricky to get the levels right depending on the gear you are using it with. DO NOT PLAN ON USING THIS WITH THE 4-CABLE METHOD!!!

Its not effective in the FX loop of either of my amps. With the Peavey JSX, the output gain from the preamp has to be lowered so much (to avoid clipping), that the output from the FMF back to the JSX is effectively very low. This creates a situation where I have to crank the power amp to get the desired volume, but the s/n is very poor. The FMF itself has a poor S/N, and when the levels are not matched perfectly (to avoid clipping in the FMF), the end result has lots of background noise.
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