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Fender Bass Guitar Amps

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Bass guitar amps help!!?

I wanna get one.
I have 800$ budget, BUT.
It has too be good.
Dosnt matter brand or anything.

As long as its nice, loud, works, and wont die on me.
THANKIES!

Posted by igeto1234
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I'm endorsed by fender, and i haveta say that they make great bass amps (otherwise I wouldn't have tried to get endorsed by them :p). However, I use the fender bassman300, which is a tube amp and seemingly a bit out of your price range. I do also occasionally use an ampeg V4BH (don't tell fender) which is a 100wattversion of the old SVT amp. I'm sure you can get one on ebay for way under your price range, because i got it new for 800. However, that is a head. It depends on if you're talking about amp heads or combos. The fender bassman series (the new one) make pretty good solid state bass amps. I use one for my practice amp. It's like 600 for a 250 watt amp. Any of the ampeg models sound quite good, even the solid state ones. I've heard good things about the new marshall bass amps too. Gallien kreuguer (i have no idea how to spell that) pretty much ehads up the solid state bass amp department, and theyre pretty good i guess. I've never owned one. Same with SWR.

Beginner bass guitar and amp…?

What it says on the tin folks.

What is the best bass guitar and amp for a beginner. I don't mind if you suggest packages etc. But I'm looking for the best equipment to start playing bass (preferably new).

Not looking to spend any more than £300 (UK pound sterling) max.

Posted by RedHotChiliLover
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I think that Fender, Yamaha and Ibanez make the best beginners basses.

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1970's Fender Twin Reverb guitar amplifier with excessice static!!!?

Alright…so maybe its not excessive, but i wanted to draw you in anyway. So for those of you who know anything about amplifiers, i have a 1970s Fender Twin Reverb which i just got not too long ago. Its a great amp, however when i plug my guitar into it, and turn the volume up past 2, the static gets very annoying. I mean i can still play over it, but especially when im trying to play somethign clean, the static just interfers with the enjoyment of the piece. When i press or hold any metal part of my guitar or the amp the static stops, and i know this is common, im just wondering to what extent i can call normal. I figured that since its plugged into a grounded socket that the static would be reduced but apparently im wrong. So do you think somethigns wrong, or am i just expecting too much?

Posted by egobarren
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It's one of three most likely problems. I'll start with the most obvious:
1) Have you tried a new guitar cord? If the current one has a short in it, this is what it may sound like sometimes.
2) Is the jack on your guitar tight? If it is moving around any it may have began to short the wiring to the pickups and you are hearing the static from the contact of the wires moving around.
3) Check the wiring to the pickups because what you describe sounds as though that at some point the grounding inside the guitar have came undone.

The first two are quick and easy to check but if they aren't the problem, take the guitar to a qualified tech and explain the problem and he will know what to do. Good luck and hope that it's a quick fix for you.

Can i use esp electric guitar with fender amplifier?

I am going to buy esp brand electric guitar and for that i am planning to buy fender mustang amplifier..
Is it good using this amp for esp…?? I mean i am very new to electric guitar though i play well with acoustic guitar… So plz kindly help me… Thank u in advance…

Posted by Radhika
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Of course you can.

It wouldn't be in ANYBODY's interest if a certain brand of guitar only worked with a certain brand of amp.

That would also mean you would need special cables, you couldn't use any pedals or anything like that, you couldn't record the same way… It would be outright stupid.

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Fender Mustang V

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Fender Mustang V vs. Marshall MA5oH?

I'm considering buying a fender Mustang V over the Marshall because it's like 250 € cheaper, but I've enjoyed marshall's sound way more. I'm writing to know if fender's sound is much worse than marshall or if the difference is not that big.

Posted by John
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The Mustang V isn't a bad amp at all for the price, but the biggest difference between the two is the fact that the Mustang V is a computer-chip solid-state amp and effect modeler where the Marshall is a valve amp. You can go anywhere on the internet to read about what sounds the best, but the truth is it depends on what you want. If you want a wide-range of amp modeling and built-in effects I would go with the Fender Mustang. If you want the warmth of a tube amp and plan on doing any effects processing externally with mostly stomp-boxes, go with the Marshall. In the end you're going to be spending more money with a valve amp because it's old technology and you'll have to buy more gear to add effects, so if money is the real issue the Fender Mustang V is your most economical choice for what is offered.

Should I get a Fender Mustang I ?

Is this a good amp for a beginner? Heres the link:
Http://www.musiciansfriend.com/amplifier…

Posted by Earl
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Any amp is a good beginner amp – in a year or two, you'll realize how bloody appalling it is and sell it for a better amp anyway, but yes, a Fender Mustang is an excellent starter amp. Fender, Marshall, or Vox make the best starter amps.

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Fender Guitar Amplifiers For-Sale

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How much would you expect to pay for this guitar? Am I charging too much or not enough?

Http://adelaide.gumtree.com.au/c-Stuff-f…

selling for $199, used but in great condition. Anyone know how much one would expect to pay for this? Would just like an accurate price for selling, thankyou :)

Posted by Tilly
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Maybe 125. Cheap item that does NOT hold a tune, essential for playing.

Suggestions for a Guitar Amplifier?

I am a casual electric guitarist, and I really need help looking for a good amp. I've been watching craigslist but there aren't many amps for sale in my area. So I may want to buy it new. I am 13 years old, but I'm probably a better guitarist than what you assume 13 year old level is. I like to play with a clean "misty" sound like Stairway to Heaven and Cliffs of Dover, but I'll crank up the distortion often. I use a Boss Me-70 multi-effects pedal, so I don't need ANY effects. My price range is pretty low because I have a crappy allowance. :( So its under $150. I'll get a solid state amp, tubes are really expensive. Also I would like 30w and up. I was looking at the Fender Frontman 65r. I have a Fender Fat-Strat (Single & humbucker pick ups).

Thanks!

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I dont own a frontman, but i use one at my school for jazz band. It in not the best quality amp. It is ok for clean, but it doesn't have much drive – even with the boost. The Vox valvetronix is a good amp, that is not to expensive, and is a tube hybrid. Line 6 also makes some nice SS amps. If you can find a good deal on the frontman, it might be a good choice, but if not, do some research, and keep checking Craigslist… I buy guitar stuff there all the time.

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Do you about the Fender Ultra Chorus Guitar Amp?

Know anything about it?
How much did it go for brand new?

Posted by skask8ter22
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Hi there! The 65-Watt Fender Ultra Chorus Amplifier was produced from 1992 to 1994. The Suggested Retail Price was $650, but I bought mine new for $485. Featuring two channels with separate controls, mono and stereo effects loops, and a very basic but nice-sounding chorus, this seemed to be the ideal choice! It did sound decent on the clean settings, but the drive channel distortion was terrible, worse than what I had experienced on other Fender solid-state amplifiers. Even with the two 12-inch speakers it was not a real powerhouse when it came to either volume level or tone, mainly because of the 65-Watt limitation for each individual channel. I finally replaced mine with a 150-Watt Stage 112SE and an extension cabinet, which has enough volume for most venues. For some other perspectives on the Ultra Chorus, see Http://reviews.harmony-central.com/revie… . Personally, I feel the amplifier is a good choice for playing at home or recording purposes, as long as you use external effects for overdrive or distortion. The lead singer in our band uses an Ultra Chorus for his acoustic guitar at gigs, which seems to work surprisingly well in that capacity! Best regards, Dana.

Fender frontman 15 amplifier?

I have an amp that I dont use anymore since my guitar broke. Im thinking of selling or pawning it. Its in excellent shape. Does anyone know the value of it?

Fender Frontman 15 with reverb.

Posted by touchmynachos
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So your guitar broke and your selling the amp????….

Reviews of the amp
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