Frontman 15G reviews— 35 total
35 user reviews of Frontman 15G by Fender
I bought it because it was all I could afford and I wanted to go home with an amp that...
Playing rock is decent enough, but I would more likely use a more specialized amp than this one.
If I had asked the guy at the Pawn shop, "Hey, why do you have these same 5 amps in...
I just hooked this up to a PA to round out my sound a bit.
I've been playing for a couple of months now and I swear if I could go back in the past...
It does everything I want from it and doesn't f--k up ever.
However, this amp will not be enough with out buying some sort of effect or something to change up the...
It's cheap, small but it covers all the basics.
(things like Green Day, the occasional Guns and Roses, and Sum 41) it's OK, not fantastic, but you get what...
This amp is probably only good for metal and hard rock.
That's basically it. It's not a great amp, but good for a beginner with a budget.
Also good for begginers for the price Who could argue.
I have been playing for 2 years now, and I don't really own anything except my guitar and this amp.
I've been playing this since Christmas 08, but I've played guitar about four months.
Like I said this amp is not really good for any type of specific music without a pedal, which it...
Nothing more. It is dirt cheap, but I would advise saving up for a Roland Cube, Vox Valvetronix, Peavey Vypyr, even a Line 6 Spider or Marshall MG - they're all better for practice than this.
But as a practice amp it's definitely sufficient for beginners.
Not perfect, but for the price it's really decent.
But the tinny gain and the hollow cleans just leave a sour taste in my mouth.
It's "drive" channel is unnusable, but a pedal effect works fine with the clean channel.
by 9in. First Act practice amp, and I could have asked for nothing more at all, except maybe a huge Marshall Amp stack, but I'm only 12 years old and I'm just a beginner, so this amp is perfect it has a strong sentimental value to me, and be realistic, what would a 12-year-old do with a Marshall stack?.
I am not impressed at all with it and would not recommend it to anyone, even a beginner.
Sounds great in any way possible, thanks to it's versatility.
I own an Ibanez V7OCE acoustic electric, and some unnamed Nylon string 30'ish year old gutiar I got in Mexico.
I would not recommend this amp for large gigs, recording, or band play.
Obviously there is no delay etc. but I use a DigiTech RP200A with it, so that makes up for it.
I didn't check out any amps before, since I got it when I first started, which was a few years...
It was a fairly good match for the type of music I like to play but after nine months it...
You can get the sound you want if you toy around with the EQ knobs a bit.
I don't know how it would do with the other songs I play.
A wery simple amp. Solid.
The amp gave me shit sounds. I wish I got like a Krank or even a Marshall would be nice.
I've been playing since like december I have a Strat, and Les Paul and a Marshall MG15DFX amp and I...
I didn't really test many amps out before choosing this one basically cause the lack of cash, the brand name...
I hate this thing with a passion, which is pretty sad since other Fender amps are amazing.