Written on: 18/02/2010
I bought this amp to replace my aging Princeton valve amp. As you can imagine this amp had a lot to live up to and I'm please to say it does. The sound is almost as warm as it's valve ancestor. It certainly has the ability to upset the neighbours, but what I like about this amp most is it's a great recording amp. (read more)
Written on: 04/09/2008 by luiscelinalvaradomontero (1 review written)
I highly recommend this Fender amp for those who like to bother some neighboors one a sunday morning. (read more)
Written on: 07/07/2008 by naren231
An all round good amplifer, whether you're a beginner or a pro and just want another amp on the side. Reccommended buy. 9/10 (read more)
Written on: 27/05/2008
A decent, quality amp overall at an affordable price. Compares with 15watt Marshall amps at around the same price. Good sounds from clean, distortion is great for general rock and blues but not good for metal- buy a stomp pedal if you want to get some decent metal tones. It's pretty portable but also heavier than it looks. A good, reliable beginners amp. (read more)
Written on: 13/05/2008
I would recommend Fender Frontman 15G amp as I think it's great for the money, has a nice sound and is easy to use. (read more)
Written on: 11/03/2008
It's not mine, it's borrowed but I've been playing it lately and it really puts out way too much bass, but as far as I know that might just be due to a burned capacitor. Otherwise, it's a pretty good amp, sounded good without the bass issue as far as I remember. (read more)
Written on: 22/12/2007
Great deal overall on this excellent amplifier! It looks superb and I definitely recommended this to a friend or even anyone. (read more)
Written on: 26/10/2007 by someone134123414
I bought the Fender Frontman 15G along with a Epiphone Les Paul Studio for my practice set-up at home, and it sounds excellent. Great sound quality, and low noise on the humbucking pick-ups. (read more)
Written on: 03/07/2006 by axemanR (1 review written)
The Fender Frontman is my first amp, and does a good enough job. The clean channel is loud and works best with lots of treble and light strings for blues or indie noodling, and if you set the tone control on your squier strat (I know you've got one - don't bother denying it) to zero you get a soulful tone which makes the speaker buzz like the amp has smoked too many cigarettes. Strangely, you get a similar effect when you set all guitar controls wide open, but with a lot more bite. Less... (read more)
Written on: 17/06/2004 by mr who
I got Fender Frontman 15G Amplifiers in a guitar package for £179 (squier showmaster and frontman 15g amp).
I took this to a rehersal and had to mic it up so it could be heard over drums and bass.
When playing at home though, it was more than satisfactory (I did get quite a decent metal sound by fiddling the dials).
So yeah, overall it was good for playing at home but anything more it becomes lame as granny pants. (read more)
Written on: 05/06/2004 by leewebber (1 review written)
Don't just take this review into mind, go and try it. I prefer metal and you can't just understand the amp by reading this. As you're reading this bear one thing in mind - this is a starter amp so Kirk Hammet or Tony Iommi wouldn't use at Wembley stadium. Now to the review.
For most of you here, this will be your first amp (Especially if you buy the Squire starter package because this comes with it) so this will sound pretty good. It's incredibly easy to use. Set volume, overdrive... (read more)
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