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The Fender Mustang GT Amp Range
« on: May 01, 2017, 01:54:43 PM »
The poplar Fender Mustang amps get a complete makeover with the introduction of the new Fender Mustang GT Amps

Fender Mustang GT Amps - Exclusive First Look!



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Re: The Fender Mustang GT Amp Range
« Reply #1 on: May 02, 2017, 02:37:54 PM »
They look good - quite a bit dearer than the outgoing V2s, but loads more features, if that's the kind of thing you want. :)

I'm still enthralled with the sounds my Katana makes though (and volume, yikes). I'll stick to my Mustang 3 V2* for now as my 'other' amplifier, tempting though these are. Unless I win the lottery, obviously.

It sounds tremendous DI'd through the PA in stereo ;)

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Re: The Fender Mustang GT Amp Range
« Reply #2 on: May 07, 2017, 12:08:54 PM »
Howard, I'll be sticking with my Mustang 3 v2 for some time to come. I think.  Unless I win the lottery or I get one to demo.  ;)  I'm getting jittery over the Katana though, itching to try one now. 
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Re: The Fender Mustang GT Amp Range
« Reply #3 on: May 09, 2017, 10:04:02 AM »
You should definitely try a Katana if you get the chance. They really are quite outstanding, if somewhat more expensive than most of the competition, especially when you add in the cost of the GA-FC which you ideally need to get the most out of it. Thomann have currently got one of the 100 1x12s as B stock, so you could always buy it and then send it back . . although that is rather naughty. No-one seems to have any new 100 1x12s, they're always on 'pre-order' or 'due back in stock on . . ' so getting that one from Thomann might be the only way to test one.

The only annoying thing about the Katana is that it is very firmly mono. I have been running the stereo out from my Zoom pedal - one side into the Katana, one into the Mustang - just for the craic - sounds lovely!

 

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