#4
Who's the facebook chick?
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#5
Sense...............this thread makes none.
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#6
Some dude at GC was walking out with one when I was walking in today.

I was like "WTF IS A FENDER MUSTANG AMP!??!?!" Then I went on with life not really caring.
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#7
Quote by SLonergan
Who's the facebook chick?


my girlfriend.

naw, some random person that tried to add me. weird.
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I mean this one time I was jacking it pertty hard and was making noises and what not

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#9
I can't believe that Fender stopped making all of the Twin, Deluxe, and Reverb amps and started exclusively making these instead! The bastards!
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#11
The Mustang student guitar now has a practice amp named after it? Oh for shame.

It was either Mustang or Bullet, and they wanted it to at least have a chance in life.
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#12
Is that you on facebook TS?

As for the amp no one has tried it so I think it's too early to critisize.
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#15
Quote by STABxYOU
The Mustang student guitar now has a practice amp named after it? Oh for shame.

It was either Mustang or Bullet, and they wanted it to at least have a chance in life.


THis. Mustangs hardly an iconic fender. They were the cheap fenders of the olden days.

Dont be quick to judge. It could sound like a twin rvb. I mean it wont, but it could.
#16
Carebear......
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#17
i found on thier website a solid state head called a 'Jazzmaster'
it sounded awsome

you know, in that jazzy, solid statey kinda way, headroom and all

Fender have always made amps to suit, or stand alongside thier guitars in the early days, this is just continuing the trend, a cheaper amp to go with a 'student' model guitar, a solid state jazz amp to go with an amp which was origionally intended to be a jazz guitar
#20
meh, I say if the TS want's to be outraged, let him be outraged. Isn't that what forums are for?
I mean, if we don't let him air his grievances here, then alternatively he might decide to go torch a fender factory somewhere.
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#22
i like it...

i mean look at it this way. an affordable amp that is loud enough to jam with, quite versatile and can do home recordings.

a beginner's dream.