Frontman 25R reviews— 30 total
30 user reviews of Frontman 25R by Fender
It'll make a huge difference in both sound and volume of the amp, trust me on this one.
I can definitely use this for small club gigs with no problem at all.
It suits my playing style and I tried a host of other amps before buying it.
I have been playing guitar for about 40 years, had a few electrics, a few acoustics, a few amps (tube...
Some I have kept and others I have sold or traded off.So, I know the Fender products very well, and...
I don't have a certain type of "Style of music" but I like it I've been playing roughly.
I've played a wide variety of music including folk/rock, rock, blues and metal.
I can play any other style, but those are my favorites.
He ALWAYS stocked the Frontman series because of their durability and great classic tone.
I have been playing for 3 years now, and I kind of regret not buying the Ibanez TBX30R for the...
Keep in mind, however, that it's just a practice amp.
I'm not pretending to be a great guitarist but the truth is that this amp is just plain awful in...
I've been playing for four years and besides my acoustic except for occasional numbers, everything except my broken old super...
It would basically fit every music style, but wouldn't be great at them.
price. Simple, effective, relatively loud (the difference is clear when played alongside a 15 watter).
If it were stolen I would definatly buy another one after I foung the guy who stole it and smashed...
I have been playing for over 35 years, and I also have a 60th anniversary Strat that is MIM, along...
Both of these models are amazing amps, and they'll only run you $200 on eBay.
I've been playing for 2 years, and if it were lost or stolen, I'd probably get something a little better.
It's terrible. I prefered my Ashton GA10 amp to this, at least it put out a better sound at full volume.
It doesnt matter what you play it can sound good on this amp.
It has done me well for all the different styles that I started to like in my two and a...
That setup works really well especially with the Boss distrotion pedal.
This is because my guitar doesnt have the quality really to sound convincing, regardless of any ability or not.
At the low price they sell for, they are perfect for beginners or even someone who want's a nice, realiable...
This is absolutely useless for gigs, and the tone isn't good enough to do anything more then practice anyway.
I also looked at a Marshall 15 CDR, and I liked this one a lot better, for the sound quality.
This amp will literaly make you turn away from playing your guitar.
Once I do go to a tube amp I will keep it however.
It needs a way better reverb though. If this amp were lost or stolen I would probably not buy another, because I would rather have a bigger one and I'm short on cash.