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Fender Mustang GT 40 Bluetooth Enabled Solid State Modeling Guitar Amplifier
- New and improved amp Modeling Technology
- Wi-Fi equipped for easy updates, preset exchanges, and connectivity to the Fender tone app
- Bluetooth streaming and control available from your mobile device
- Crisp, full color display screen
- 2-Year Warranty included
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How can a modern Legend like the Mustang digital amplifiers be improved? simple-we do it again, bigger and better with the Mustang get 40. We take Seven decades’ worth of experience crafting inspirational tools and use it to add new (and better) amp and effects models while making it easier to use all of this without sacrificing one iota of power. We make it easy to control a studio worth of authentic amp and effects models with one finger via Bluetooth and the exclusive Fender tone app. We invent the worlds first Wi-Fi-equipped guitar amplifier, making it easy for you to download the latest updates, access Fender artist-created presets, and connect directly with a community of other creative players and music makers like yourself. We create the Mustang get 40 digital amplifier.
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Some reviews point out the software isn't/wasn't great, and I have to sympathize. When I first purchased the amp there was definitely some polishing left to do on both the app and amp firmware. Both have since received several updates and I no longer have any major complaints. (a caveat: I pretty much only use the amp front panel for adjustment, not the app)
This is my first modeling amp, and I was looking for low volume and high versatility. I did a bit of comparison shopping and tried out the Mustang GT40, the Yamaha THR10, the Marshall Code 50, and the Boss Katana 50. The Mustang sounds kinda bad and "boxy" in most youtube reviews I saw, but in person I never had a problem. Just make sure you aren't pointing it at your feet. I ended up going with the Mustang over the others because of its interface (over the code) and flexibility (over the yamaha and boss). Frankly, I doubt you could go wrong, as they all seemed like great amps. After using the Mustang almost every day for about 5 months now I still feel I made the right choice, and I can confirm that the Mustang has not disappointed me. I'm still in love.
The models on it range from the Fender sound oozing '65 Twin Reverb to amps modeled off your high gain favorites like a Mesa Boogie. The Fender amp sounds are passable.
Some cautions: if you are a player who frequently plays and favors high gain amps, the sound models for high gain amps on this guitar honestly are not great. They work for me because sometimes I want to noodle around and just try those settings. This amp also doesn't mic well, whether it's because of the 6 inch speakers or what. In the room, it sounds great, and for recordings, I recommend connecting the USB cable directly into your PC and recording through a DAW. The app also leaves a lot to be desired, and for some reason, the tone presets in the app are off for me (i.e. if I select "FENDER SOLO TONE", it ends up sending to the amp "METAL HEAD CRUNCH", the sound above it. The great thing is that because this amp gets updates, I'm sure this will be an issue phased out in the future.
I would never gig with this, or even take it to a band practice, but it does me just fine in the bedroom.
E: 5/15/2017 The knobs and inputs felt a little cheap, and unfortunately, my headphones were pulled from the headphone jack in a manner that ripped out the cushion around the port, making it unusable. I'm honestly very surprised at how flimsy and fragile it is.