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Fender Mustang Mini 7-Watt Guitar Amp

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  • This 7 watt digital amplifier can be powered by an AC power supply (included) or six CC batteries
  • Loaded with features including 24 onboard presets built from eight digital amp models and a dozen digital effects. Built-in chromatic tuner too!
  • Available effects include: Chorus, Flanger, Phaser, Vibratone, Vintage Tremolo, Octave Down, Small Room Reverb, Fender '65 Spring Reverb, Stereo Tape Delay, Tape Delay + Room Reverb, Chorus + Hall Reverb, Vibratone + Room Reverb.
  • Stereo headphone output for silent practice or line out, USB connection for FUSE application and digital recording output.
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Product Description

Product Description

The go-anywhere, play-anywhere Mustang Mini amp is ultra-portable and ultra-versatile. It packs state-of-the-art Fender tone technology into a diminutive yet amazingly versatile amp with a single 6.5” speaker and seven watts of power. Highly compact and lightweight (only 7.25 lbs.), the Mustang Mini is loaded with features including 24 onboard presets built from eight digital amp models and a dozen digital effects (with more available online, including artist presets) and easy computer connectivity. Other features include headphone output, auxiliary input, USB port and included USB cable for digital recording, Fender FUSE™ connectivity for adding more effects and parameters, programmable control knobs including gain and treble, “tap” button for setting delay times and modulation rates, “save” button for preserving modified preset settings, built-in tuner, hinged handle that doubles as tilt-back mechanism, distinctive Mustang “carbon-tweed” cosmetics, AC adaptor (included) and battery operation (six C-cell batteries, not included).

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The go-anywhere, play-anywhere Mustang Mini amp is ultra-portable and ultra-versatile. It packs state-of-the-art Fender tone technology into a diminutive yet amazingly versatile amp with a single 6.5" speaker and seven watts of power. Highly compact and lightweight (only 7.25 lbs.), the Mustang Mini is loaded with features including 24 onboard presets built from eight digital amp models and a dozen digital effects (with more available online, including artist presets) and easy computer connectivity. Other features include headphone output, auxiliary input, USB port and included USB cable for digital recording, Fender FUSE connectivity for adding more effects and parameters, programmable control knobs including gain and treble, "tap" button for setting delay times and modulation rates, "save" button for preserving modified preset settings, built-in tuner, hinged handle that doubles as tilt-back mechanism, distinctive Mustang "carbon-tweed" cosmetics, AC adaptor (included) and battery operation (six C-cell batteries, not included).

Product Information

Item Weight 7.2 pounds
Product Dimensions 9.5 x 6.5 x 9.5 inches
Shipping Weight 9.3 pounds
Domestic Shipping This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
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ASIN B005N2E8A8
Item model number 2300060000
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4.6 out of 5 stars 38 customer reviews

4.6 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #14,589 in Musical Instruments (See Top 100 in Musical Instruments)
#5,455 in Musical Instruments > Recording Equipment
Date first available at Amazon.com September 1, 2011

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I own lots of battery powered amps because I played charity concerts at beach in Thailand (no power, eh?). In my collection I have Roland microcube, cube RX, cube street; Vox Mini 3 and DA-7, Yamaha VA10 and THR10. And many 9 volt super minis for fun. The only one better is the the THR 10 as far as sound quality goes, but it costs 3 times as much.
There was a complaint about no Ableton lite, but since I already had the Mustang 1 it didn't matter to me. The mini 7 has plenty of volume, plenty of range of the 24 programmable choices (Yamaha has 5). Yamaha is better for acoustic electrics. Not tons of bottom end, but more intuitive, more on the go adjustable and save, more for performance some place rather than the "stay at home" feel the Yamaha has. And you can add a foot switch to change between 2 programs if you wish.
I am not into metal and all that. Hendrix is as far as I go. It does have some very fine Fender amp simulations which you can tweak 7 ways to Sunday, and the Twin Reverb is tasty.
Guitars I have run thru it include Guild Starfires, Fender Teles, Reverend 6 guns, Ibanez jazz box, Parker, Ovation VXT. Acoustics: Breedlove, Larrivie, Tacoma, Crafter etc. Pretty broad spectrum, and all sound good, or better than other choices in small amps. The Roland RX is quite nice, but heavy and again almost 3x the price.
It will not sound as good as a regular size Fender twin. Duh. But for what it is, it is brilliant. And the price is ridiculously low for what you get. Mustang 1 is better, but try hauling that to the beach!
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I've been playing 36 years and have owned over 20 amps - everything from vintage Fenders, Marshalls and Voxs to the latest Line 6s, Mesa Boogies, and Rolands - and this little beauty has me totally impressed!

The eight amp combos Fender has chosen offer a wide variety of tones from classic twang to modern metal. The picking dynamics also blew me away and show an incredible improvement over earlier modeling amps. In fact, I feel the responsiveness is starting to approaching that of all-tube designs. As you might expect, the classic Fender models sound best with single coil pickups or tapped humbuckers. The Twin Reverb and Bassman models are especially nice with the guitar's volume rolled back and provide true-to-form Hendrix (Little Wing) and Gilmore (Shine On You Crazy Diamond) tones. Singing Texas blues ala SRV are also easily attained with the gain bumped up a bit. Play with your guitar's volume and tone controls and you'll marvel at how many artist's tones can be dialed in. The English crunch tones ala Marshall and Vox are also great for both rhythm and lead settings, but I preferred these using humbuckers with the mids and lows rolled off to increase definition. The only amp models I feel suffer a bit are the two metal models, mostly due to the 6.5" speaker. Plugged into a 4-10" or 2-12" cabinet, these models might really shine as well. Speaking of the small speaker, don't be fooled. While 7 watts isn't enough to stand up to drums, this little thing cranks up plenty loud for a jam session with the boys. Regarding effects, they are very easy to use and can be quickly dialed in from barely perceptible to fully saturated... and the reverb simulations are nothing but incredible.
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I bought this amp out of curiosity. I saw this amp's bigger brother, The Mustang I, and saw that it was
a very popular amp in Amazon.com. I also have an affinity for small mini amps and thought that this
amp would offer a bit of versatility. I was way off. It offers a MASSIVE amount of versatility! Alone
the amp itself has huge potential.

It has 7 Fender amp models and 5 models of other well known amps.You can tweak
presets easily and change what effect is applied with two simple knobs and then save
a especially good preset with a simple button. Since the effects are represented with
letters and numbers it may take a while to memorize, but its the only complaint I have.
Download the Fender FUSE software and the amp becomes even more flexible, allowing you
to access the amp models and customize each preset with multiple effects rather than just
being limited to one per preset without the software. The amp itself has only a treble
tone knob but the software allows you to adjust each amps treble,mid and bass knobs.

The amp itself is a handsome piece of equipment. It has a cool carbon-tweed outer shell and a silver
speaker cover. Its also loud despite its 7 watts and while that may not sound like it gives a lot of
headroom, the Twin setting remains suprisingly clean even at full volume.( just don't turn the gain up
too high.) This amp has surpassed my expectations and I highly recommend it. I am now happily saving up
for either the Fender Mustang IV or the Fender Mustang V head and its matching cabinet.
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if you have the time to fool with it, it has great sounds, its lightweight, can mp3 input, headphone out, usb to Fender Wacky World tone control and come up with a a million variations, but that's the thing, its a pain in the ass to fool with the dials and come up with a sound, especially unless you have the controls in bright light and can see them. And since the sound banks are based on increasingly high gain models, you can't quickly switch models without having the volume drastically change. I would prefer a master volume for the whole rig, that really was a master volume, and ALL the sound banks would dish out at that level, and then I could boost or lower if I felt the need, But since I spend a lot of time using earphones with this, I can get blasted easily with a slip of the dial. The whole way the sounds are organized is terrible, with presets in the way. If you are willing to take the time, you can find some great sounds in this, I have a few, and I set it and forget it...but that sort of defeats the purpose of having all the variables available to you. I wanted to like this more than I do.
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