Fender Mustang 3 Amplifier - In depth review with Damon from Fender UK





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Published on Feb 6, 2011

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The Fender Mustang III is a 100-watt open-backed combo with a 12" Celestion speaker that utilises modeling software technology to re-create classic Fender, UK and other popular US amplifier models. It contains 100 amp presets derived from 12 different amp models, delivering tones from vintage Fender sparkle to contemporary metal distortion, and 37 different effects in four categories (stomp, modulation, delay and reverb) that can be accessed at the push of a button ...

With a power rating of 100 watts the Fender Mustang III covers pretty much all bases and is loud enough for rehearsals and gigs whilst the 1/8" headphone input doubles as speaker-emulated line out. To further expand the possibilities of the Mustang III combo, connect it to your computer via the on-board USB port with the free Fender FUSE application software.

Suddenly this opens up an entire world of possibilities, including on-screen parameter control, deep editing, additional effects, unlimited preset storage, online preset swapping with the Fender FUSE community, and free Fender artist presets. Mustang III's included programmable two-button footswitch controls the preset up/down programme access, effects on/off and tap tempo (optional four-button footswitch also available).

This is an amp that you need to hear to be able to appreciate just how good the software emulations are, the 100 watt rating will be loud enough for all but the biggest venues and there is a host of amplifier models to cover every possible musical genre. See this fabulous amp now at PMT - Professional Music Technology

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 You will know when it sounds good, when the crowd is blown away by your sound.  I picked up the 100 Watt Mustange 3,  right after it came out. I have use this amp ever since then, at many concerts, night clubs, parties, and events. I use a 1992 Jeff Beck Series purple Strat, with this amp and it kicks ass. What a excellent sound compo these two tools, can produce.  I use a old yellow Boss sustain pedal, with a volume pedal, into a wireless system back into the Mustange 3. I love the stock Patch 12, I believe it is a twin reverb compression patch, with reverb.  It is perfect for everything from country to metal, using my Boss sustain, for a boost, on the lead solo's.  The whole band is using Fender amps, (original Twin Reverbs). But, this little amp keeps up at every gig, and  I believe it sounds better then the old amps do. I've been on the road with the Mustange 3, off, and on, for over a year now, with no problems. You cannot beat the price, it is extremely light. I highly recommend this amp for pro's, and beginners. I'm making money with it. Works for me.
This amp's tone sucks. It has many effects but the cost of it is lack of tone.
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Should i buy this? mostly play metal but play everything else as well
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Michael Stott
Got myself a mustang 3 today after much thought and I love it sounds great thanks for the videos they really helped👍
Tucker Guthrie
Could you get an expression pedal hooked up to control the wah?
Some of the best sounds to come out of a modeling amp, is a fender, so says a fender employee! Shocking!
Rohit Dhanorkar
This or the Champion 100 for small gigs? I own a multi effects pedal, dont really need the on board stuff...
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Zézé Borges
Hello , I'm entres Fender Mustang III V2 or Marshal code , can help ? Thank you!
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Diego Rivera
I highly recommend getting this amp if you're trying to find a quality and affordable gigging amp. The mustang III is $329 but it is so freaking loud, I've never gone past 5 on the master volume. Buy the 4-button footswitch, and combine it the 2-button footswitch (included with the amp) and you have a versatile pedal board. The amp also has an FX loop you can you use for your pedals.
Paul Bush
Super review ,no bull , no gimics , english spoken , not American slang, a nice guy no silly jokes and no silly rock star haircuts explained really well just couldnt be better ...well done that man
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