Fender Frontman 10G Reviews4.8/5.0 based on 7 customer reviews
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May 23, 2013Music Background:
PerfectBeing a beginner this packs enough sound for me. Have had to turn it down a few times as the rest of the household said it was loud.
jeffrey m sussman
November 19, 2012Music Background:
i play guitar
LOUD & CLEARI wanted one of these for a long long long time......n o w. I have one. I'm using it as a monitor with a line 6 jm4 out the amp connector and my samson mdr624 mixer running into the looper aux out to aux in....an audio technica mic and an lp 100 all also purchased atsweetwater...the mixer is handling multiple synth action with no problems.....the fender frontman 10g plays back and monitors it all crystal clear at 1/2 I can 't complain because with that work load I m hardly ever even getting any clipping....self control....the lil amp is my friend now...o wait I hear it calling me even as we speak
from New York
January 25, 2012
Absolutely PerfectFender is a well known reliable name in the business and certainly holds true for this amp. The value for the reasonable cost exceeds my expectations and you won't be disappointed. The case is well made and could withstand a lot of abuse, Excellent product, two thumbs up !!!
December 1, 2011Music Background:
Fender Frontma 10GSounds great with my MIM Fender Strat. Its loud enough to cut through an acoustic guitar, but also has the backing in the bass department to feel substantial. Great electric guitar amp.
July 24, 2011Music Background:
Hobby Musician and Student
Solid ProductCompetitive Pricing. It has great range, I've cranked it up and have experience no static or rattling, compact and portable. Audio Remains Clear even in overdrive. This is a great product made by a notable company, and sold for a reasonable price by a AAA Retailer. FIVE STARS.
from Minneapolis, MN USA
June 13, 2012Music Background:
Ex-Bar Blaster from the 70's and 80's that can't quit...
Baby FenderIt's the tiniest Fender I've ever seen (or played) but it's still a Fender. I used a twin reverb for over 30 years with my explorer and had the nastiest sound you can imagine without any modern wave shaping doo-dads. This one will never take the place of that twin but it's a great little practice amp and I can actually carry it alone (by the time I got to be 50 I had to beg my daughters to help me carry the twin - ha, ha). The controls are simple so it's pretty easy to dial in an acceptable sound and the naughty button roughs up things plenty good enough for practicing. I haven't tried it with my acoustic yet (I'm not even sure why I would, probably just curious) but it works fine with my electric and also for practicing my bass at low volumes.
from Nottoway Virginia
July 27, 2011Music Background:
In The Background
Small WonderIf you want a small practice amp then the 10G deserves a serous look!