#3
they tried once a while back. they failed. i think they were alll SS and 400 watts.

Fender Metalhead. (again fail).
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#4
When I think of metal amps the Fender is propably the last one that would come to mind. :/

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#5
Don't make a thread if you're not going to give any useful information. There are a lot of Fender models, there are a lot of kinds of metal, and there are a lot of circumstances/budgets/rigs that might make using a Fender a good or bad choice for metal. Please take a few minutes to make a useful first post when asking a question.