Fender 3G-55S5-IWUP 1 NEW Acoustic and Electric Guitar Amplifier - Fender Starcaster - 15-watt Portable Practice AMP
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- 15-watt electric guitar amplifier - a great choice for beginners. Bass and treble controls, 1/4-inch input. Built-in distortion Overdrive Channel and Clean Channel
- Volume, Bass, and Treble controls.
- Headphone jack for silent practicing.
- Includes Planet Waves/GoDpsMusic 3-Pick Sampler
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It's also kind of heavy, for being so small.
It's incredibly basic and I think it would benefit from having a built-in reverb, but even without that I still find it very useful to have around.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Pretty loud and good sound for such a tiny amp. great for practicing in the house.Published 13 months ago by b rem
Not a good amp. You get what you pay for though. The sound is poor, very scratchy. Not good quality. Read morePublished 23 months ago by opparkerco
Great for travel, deployment. very compact but yet still performs very well. I strongly recommend this for travelers. not a permeant solution tho.Published on December 23, 2013 by FC
Just what I needed. Its a very good product. Its all that its suppose to be. Im more than satisfied with this product.Published on August 22, 2013 by Rhonda Perry
It is a great buy for the money. An excellent choice for a neophyte with an electric instrument who doesn't want to spend a fortune. Read morePublished on July 15, 2013 by l'homme de guerre
Looked like what I wanted but it had issues straight out of the box. Scratchy static sound that couldn't be fixed. Am returning and have ordered something other than Fender.Published on July 11, 2013 by Bobman623
Good litle amp for practice or intimate group of friends. arrived in a timely fashion and in one piece. Also the picks wewre a nice little suprise.Published on June 3, 2013 by Diana M. Williams
If you just need something to play through, this'll do it. If you need something for playing live, it's a little small for that, but still could be miked and it'd sound great.Published on May 1, 2013 by Phillip Tomas