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Fender Bullet 15 DSP Combo
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15W power. 8" speaker. It features Dyna-Touch response plus DSP effects including reverb, delay, chorus, flange, tremolo, and more. Effects control i...Read More
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The perfect practice amp.
15W power. 8" speaker. It features Dyna-Touch response plus DSP effects including reverb, delay, chorus, flange, tremolo, and more. Effects control is a 16-position select switch. 13-1/4"W x 12-1/2"H x 7-1/4"D. 15 lbs.
- 15W power
- 8" speaker
- 16 DSP effects
- 13-1/4"W x 12-1/2"H x 7-1/4"D.
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The amp buzzes really loudly when you play the low E string. I has to return mine. I am not sure if they are all like this or if I got a defective one.
a solid beginner amp. major gripe about this amp is the very loud hissing noises. cable changes, guitar changes, nothing made it go away, except turning down the treble knob 4 positions from 7, which is not good. even then, there was a light hissing noise. durable, loud, good really only for practicing. also, the dsp effects aren't the best in the world. you're better off either buying effects pedals or a whole new amp (saving up for the '65 twin reverb).
Great tone, the overdrive channel Dyna touch sounds like a tube amp.A cool selection of DSP fx (only preset in this model).The closed back helps keep your practice from becoming an audition .
On first listen, this small practice amp seemed perfect. When I worked it over, I noticed the small cabinet had a bad harmonic buzzing around guitar middle E frequency with my LP on the rythym setting. The only thing I could do to lessen this effect was remove the back cover. The DSP effects features are limited - the chorus effect is awful. Also typical of Fender low-end amps -- a very cheap 8-ohm speaker.
Don't bother with this amp. It breaks way too easily.
The knobs are very brittle.
My dad bought me this amp when i first started playing i didn't really know that much about tone or anything else so i didn't really care but now i know how much this amp sucks. It has no tone and the effects are terrible but i guess its ok for begginers. If your looking for a small combo amp i would get a marshall.
Very good practice amp with lots of distortion - I recommend you buy a distortion pedal though. The distortion on this amp is not meant for live shows and the bass is not very good. Other than that, I love it!!
The noise level of this amp when silent is unbelievably loud. Even when playing a string you hear an accompaning hiss sound. Next to my 15w Marshall amp this sounds like a toy.