#1
Long story short, I have the opportunity to purchase either a Fender Frontman 15G or a Fender Bullet 15w (no reverb on either amp), both of which are $50. How do they relate to each other in the Fender lineup? Is the Frontman the higher end model or the Bullet?

Currently I'm using an Ibanez GAX70 guitar through a Fender Rumble 100 from my bass, with a Bass Big Muff to get some actual drive out of it.

Sorry for posting a "versus" thread, but I'm just not familiar with Fender's lineup, and can't find much info about the Bullet.
#2
both are pretty low end ***ty amps...

i've played that frontman amp, and it was the worst sounding POS i've ever heard... idk about the bullet, haven't played it
My Guitars:
Gibson Les Paul Studio
Epiphone AJ
Ibanez Strat Copy

Amps:
Orange Tiny Terror Head
Old beaten up Peavey cab
Marshall MG30DFX
#4
Obviously I know neither are good amps. But I am primarily a bass player and just have the guitar for when I occasionally get bored of bass. I will never be using it in a band setting, tho.
#5
Quote by SinSyringe
if you could bump that 50 up to 100 you have much better options


I understand that but the money is just not there.
#6
Take the frontman, it has decent cleans and if your gonna use your muff then you should be fine.
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#8
+1 to what stabxyou said.
I used to use my bass amp with a DS-2 and a big muff for my guitar.Not worth getting a nasally little craptice amp.
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#9
I have been using the bass amp in the meantime, but it just has no drive when playing cleans (the muff provides drive, but also distortion). I'll keep looking for deals I guess and if something decent comes along I'll probly be glad I waited lol.

Thanks for the help everyone