Also the up Mustang line allows you to connect with your computer with the free Fender few software that they include with the ample fire. This makes the possibilities to use this amplifier pretty much endless. For example you'll have complete on-screen parameter control, additional effects, deep editing capabilities, unlimited preset storage ability and online preset swapping with other Fender fuse customers. If this wasn't enough you'll also get free Fender artist presets. You'll also receive single button foot switch controls with two quick access presets which is just optional. Not everybody uses these but they're there for you to use if you want them.
One customer purchased the Fender Mustang I electric guitar amplifier for his nine-year-old child who is starting to learn guitar so his dad got this for him as a Christmas present. He thought that since he really likes Fender guitars and since he already had a mini Squier that also having a Fender guitar would be a great plus since now they had diversity on their side. He thought this guitar would just end up being a cheap imitation of the line 6 spider with the Fender logo attached to it, but he now admits that he should of put more of his betting chips in Fender than he did. He was really happy with the sounds that this Fender Mustang guitar amplifier could create on a whim. These amplifier models are way more interesting and real sounding than any other musical instrument he's ever used in the past.
The other thing he mentioned is that the amplifier doesn't have that fake digital or process sound to it, that the sounds are robust and real sounding once you start cranking that gain. When you start listening to this amp, you would really think that they're actually tubes in this. The twin reverb and delay speeches on this amp are something you'll have trouble getting over once you get one of these. One of the best features of this Mustang 1 is that the vintage sounding tones are superb and it's the only modeling amp that we know of that has these kinds of tones. If you're in heavy metal music, try out line six. Also try line 6 if you're looking for a lot of oddball type nichey tones.
Also you'll love the Fender Mustang I guitar amplifier if you are into rock, country, phone, classic rock or the blues. So if modern metal is your big thing you have a few good choices available to you. You'll also find it really easy to tweak the tones on this amp using the included controls. These controls are very user-friendly, seal always know exactly where you're at and what you need to do to start editing your sound. In other words you don't have to wrestle with your LCD screen in order to start making some real cool tweaks. But if going deep is your cup of tea, then the Fender few software deftly has your back. Not only is it simple to use, there are an almost unlimited supply of user submitted tones that will allow you to really hone in customize the sound you're looking for.
The Fender Mustang I guitar amplifier includes fuse which is a plus in itself, however they also included Ableton recording software that has a reputation for being very user intuitive and also being fully functional without having to dish out any extra money to upgrade anything, which makes this just icing on the cake. Personally I find it enjoyable to practice every night and to have an amplifier that can maintain quiet but still sound great and that allows me to put on a headphone jack and use the auxiliary import allows me to play anytime I feel like it. I actually purchases amplifier after having a much more expensive one, into be honest I don't feel like I'm downgrading it all, but I feel more like and getting all the same features without all the extra cost.
I was originally pessimistic about purchasing the Fender Mustang I guitar amplifier probably because the price is so low and it contained all these features. Since the prices so low it had all these extra bells and whistles, I assume that the parts had to be cheap and would break really easily. But while surfing the web I was able to view some cool videos on YouTube and the Fender website that actually rest me a lot. Eventually I stepped up to the plate and went with the Mustang model. Looking back I'm glad I did this, because this amp has everything I was looking for.
Even without the software that was sold with it would've been an awesome amp. However with the few software, this amplifier in my opinion it is now the top of the heap. It's so easy to add any kind of effect you'd like to hear, and also alter these effects just like you would if you were using real petals. But using the software you'll actually be able to do this in much more depth and detail than most of the multi-FX units that are being sold on the market today.
The Fender Mustang I guitar amplifier software is a piece a cake to get the hang of, although you might or might not be impressed with Amplitube. The amp itself in my opinion is pure genius engineering on behalf of the good folks at Fender. I mean seriously, who enjoys lugging around more petals and cables and have to. I prefer to use guitar amplifiers like this one because I don't have to worry about producing all the special effects myself since they are already built into this guitar amplifier.