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Fender Mustang Floor Guitar Multi-Effects Pedal  

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Overview
  • 9 Footswitches and a solid aluminum treadle-style control pedal
  • 12 Amp models, 37 effects, 100 onboard factory and user presets
  • Intuitive Mustang III control panel and LCD window
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    $399.99
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Run wild with Fender's first ever multi-effects unit.

Fender introduces the Mustang Floor guitar multi-effects pedal, its first ever multi-effects unit; a versatile high-performance floor unit that delivers pro-level amp modeling, effects and artist preset sounds in a richly varied wealth of musical styles. And you don’t have to be a tech expert to use the Mustang Floor. It’s easy to use right out of the box.

A natural offshoot of Fender's Mustang series amplifiers (basically a Mustang amp without the power amp and speaker), the Mustang Floor is designed for a variety of applications, only one of which is a great multi-effects unit for any basic guitar amp that puts more than three dozen digital effects at your feet. It’s also a modeling preamp with low-impedance speaker-emulated outputs for running direct to a PA system, a modeling preamp with line-level outputs for use with a power amp and speakers, a silent practice system with stereo headphone output and auxiliary input perfect for playing along with an iPod or other media player, and a fantastic tone machine for direct-to-digital USB recording.

Mustang Floor features include nine footswitches and a solid aluminum treadle-style control pedal, intuitive Mustang III control panel and LCD window, 12 amp models, 37 effects, 100 onboard factory and user presets, “individual stompbox” mode in which amp models can be bypassed, headphone output and auxiliary input, dual XLR and dual 1/4" line outputs with level control (outputs can be programmed for optimal response with PA system, power amp or guitar amp), chromatic tuner, and easy USB connectivity for high-quality low-latency audio output and interface with free Fender FUSE application. Fender FUSE software, included as a free download, offers on-screen parameter control, deep editing, “hidden” parameters, unlimited preset storage, easy firmware upgrades and additional free content from Fender, Fender artists and other users worldwide. Additional control available with optional EXP-1 pedal.

Features
  • 9 Footswitches and a solid aluminum treadle-style control pedal
  • 12 Amp models, 37 effects, 100 onboard factory and user presets
  • Intuitive Mustang III control panel and LCD window
  • Headphone output and auxiliary input
  • Dual XLR and dual 1/4” line outputs with level control
  • Chromatic tuner

Loosen up the reins and see what you can do. Order now!

 

Mustang Floor Guitar Multi-Effects Pedal Specifications:

  • 20.5"D x 8.7"W x 3.25"H
  • 9lb.
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FenderMustang Floor Guitar Multi-Effects Pedal
 
4.3

(based on 30 reviews)

Ratings Distribution

  • 5 Stars

     

    (19)

  • 4 Stars

     

    (7)

  • 3 Stars

     

    (1)

  • 2 Stars

     

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  • 1 Stars

     

    (2)

86%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Pros

  • Easy to use (19)
  • Excellent sound (19)
  • Portable (19)
  • Good power output (12)
  • Warm / comfy (12)

Cons

  • Limited functions (5)
  • Poor sound quality (3)

Best Uses

  • Home studio (21)
  • Performances (18)
  • Amateur recording (16)
  • Outdoor events / games (12)
  • Professional recording (8)
    • Reviewer Profile:
    • Experienced (23), Professional musician (6)

Most Liked Positive Review

 

FANTASTIC for what I want it to do!!!

I already have the Mustang 3 which is my main practice amp and for taking with me when I travel. But, I also have a couple of Bogner Alchemists and a Randal Half...Read complete review

I already have the Mustang 3 which is my main practice amp and for taking with me when I travel. But, I also have a couple of Bogner Alchemists and a Randal Half Stack. I'm more of an old school type player so my favorite setting on my Mustang 3 is the "60's Sparkle" setting which wasn't included in the Mustang Floor. However, I just logged in with the included Fender Fuse software and in 2 minutes or less I had downloaded the 60's Sparkle setting and had it saved into my Mustang Floor unit.

Now the reason I wanted the Mustang Floor was because I wanted to get that 60's Sparkle sound on my good tube amps. So now with the mustang floor I can play in stereo with my bogners and have the 60's Sparkle setting that I wanted.

I have also been experimenting with a bogner on the left and my randall half stack on the right in stereo. My favorite sound so far is by playing a bogner combo on the left and then a bogner on the right patched into the randall 4x12 cabinet. It honestly is the best sound I have ever played through. Clean with just the right amount of breakup and a big fat bottom end - in stereo no less!

Now You have to do some tweaking because there's now way it's gonna sound perfect without going in there and editing some stuff. For example, the 60's Sparkle setting that I am takling about had too much reverb in it and a little too much compression but that was an easy fix. The Mustang Floor unit itself has lots of parameters you can tweak and when you hook it up to the Fender Fuse software you have a serious set of in depth editing tools. And, it's laid out so easily and in a logical user friendly graphical layout that any dummy can figure it out.

So, to wrap it up, the construction seems to be rugged enough, it has just about every Fender Amp model over the past 60 years built into it, you can go out to amps or PA's, it has all the effects you could want such as reverbs, delays, flangers, vibratones, tremelos, etc., and you can edit and tweak the settings. And, you can go online and download literally hundreds of other tones from the Fender Fuse Community. I'm not a fender employee. I'm just expaining your options on this fantastic piece of equipment. I have been playing guitar for 25 years and you kids out there really have no clue how good you've got it these days with this kind of technology. Take yout time to learn how to edit this thing and you couldn't ask for anything better.

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Most Liked Negative Review

 

Almost ready for primetime ...

I bought a Fender Mustang Floor in July 2012 and I really wanted it to be my main floor unit but even though its built like a tank (well constructed metal housing), it...Read complete review

I bought a Fender Mustang Floor in July 2012 and I really wanted it to be my main floor unit but even though its built like a tank (well constructed metal housing), it lacks in the sound quality department. Of course, all the Fender amplifiers sound amazing but their idea of any Marshall or Boogie amplifier is seriously under-represented. Their JCM 800 model sounds the worst of any on the market and that's a staple amplifier many players rely on. They almost got it right with their AMERICAN 90's amp model, but the low end isn't very tight at all, even with the SAG and BIAS tweeked to internet-posters specifications ... that I had to send the unit back. If you are a Fender amplifier player, you will love this modeler! If you're into modern rock and want a high gain modeler, avoid this unit because it will severely disappoint you.

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4.0

Needs another pedal to function

By Lou

from Ohio

About Me Experienced

Pros

  • Excellent Sound
  • Portable
  • Powerful

Cons

  • Limited Functions

Best Uses

  • Home Studio
  • Performances

Comments about Fender Mustang Floor Guitar Multi-Effects Pedal:

Without buying the 4 button pedal you are stuck with 2 sounds unless you like to bend over.

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5.0

Great multi-effects pedal

By Crust

from Brockton, MA

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Pros

  • Easy To Use
  • Excellent Sound
  • Good Warmth
  • Portable
  • Powerful

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Amateur Recording
    • Events
    • Home Studio
    • Mobile DJ
    • Performances

    Comments about Fender Mustang Floor Guitar Multi-Effects Pedal:

    nice pedal, enhance your "plain Jane" amplifier

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    4.0

    good purchase

    By jlpilgrim

    from PA

    About Me Experienced

    Verified Buyer

    Pros

    • Easy To Use
    • Excellent Sound
    • Portable

    Cons

      Best Uses

      • Amateur Recording
      • Home Studio

      Comments about Fender Mustang Floor Guitar Multi-Effects Pedal:

      Fender have done a great job with the Mustang amp line. They are crammed with features. Even though a modeling amp will never be, or sound the same as what it models, these are extremely good.

      I own a Mustang III and bought this pedal to be a more portable companion. I had surgery and carrying gear has become a pain (literally). I also need a small gear footprint for a venue with limited stage space.

      The sequence of the presets are not exactly the same as the amp version, and it navigates through banks and patches, so you can't program quick accesses like the amp. Also, it was somewhat bigger than it looked in the picture ... but build quality appears solid, works well, and the presets that are the same as the amp, sound the same. It meets all the needs I have.

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      5.0

      Great Addition to High Gain Head

      By TXv_L

      from MD

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      Pros

      • Easy To Use
      • Excellent Sound
      • Portable

      Cons

      • Limited Functions

      Best Uses

      • Amateur Recording
      • Events
      • Home Studio
      • Performances
      • Professional Recording

      Comments about Fender Mustang Floor Guitar Multi-Effects Pedal:

      This has a switchable insert in which you can put your amp's preamp. (Using the "4 cable method") This way you can switch between your amps tones and the built in models. The insert is digitally switched analog, so your signal does not go through another round of AD/DA conversion like other units. The drawback to this approach is that your analog signal chain needs its own stomp boxes/wahs/compressors, etc.

      With a "Y" pedal, you can also use this board as a programmable switcher between two amps. Split the signal to two amps, run one amps send into the Mustang's input, the other into the Mustang's return. Now you can switch between preamps.

      There are global EQ settings which allow you to customize the output to the playback device. This makes it easy to match the built in models with your amp's channels so it sounds like they are coming from the same "place". Also, very easy to setup for PA or direct output.

      Has some of the best low and mid gain models I have heard. All the models respond to input dynamics, pickup changes, and vol/tone controls. It plays like a real amp.

      Has a couple high gain models which are excellent. The Metal 2000 model is a Recto clone and played through my half stack sounds authentic.

      The effects are no nonsense. There are no toys. There is no looper.

      Best value in multi-FX board for professional musicians.

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      5.0

      What a truly fantastic pedal board!

      By Tom

      from New York

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      Pros

      • Easy To Use
      • Excellent Sound
      • Good Warmth
      • Great Amp Emulations
      • Portable
      • Powerful

      Cons

      • None

      Best Uses

      • Amateur Recording
      • Events
      • Home Studio
      • Performances
      • Professional Recording

      Comments about Fender Mustang Floor Guitar Multi-Effects Pedal:

      My purchase of the Mustang Floor was done expressly to run it through two amps in stereo. I have two Acoustic Lead Guitar Series amps: ([1] G120 DSP combo 2x12 and []1 G120H with 4x12 cab - great amps).

      Running the unbalanced outs of the Mustang floor through the input of each amp yielded a magnified digital sound to the output - very bad! Over driven amp preamp section!

      Reading the Fender Forums, I learned that the recommended method would be to plug the guitar into the input of the Floor and the unbalanced L/R outs from the Floor to the effects return of each amp.

      Incredible difference! Now I have stereo Fenders ( clean and driven emulations, Vox's Marshall's etc.

      Goodbye digital distortion and artifacts. Wonderful outcome.

      I also love the unit's effects, expression pedal and Fuse software.

      You can come to dislike a piece of gear because you don't thoroughly understand it.

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      (2 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

       
      4.0

      Does what I need, but lacks pedals

      By Santino Gibelli

      from Douglasville, GA

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      Pros

      • Good Warmth
      • Great Fender Cleans
      • Inputs Outputs Galore
      • Portable
      • Powerful

      Cons

      • Can Be Confusing At Times
      • Dirty Sounds Are Limited
      • Effects Are Fairly Limite
      • Learning Curve
      • Limited Functions
      • Weak

      Best Uses

      • Home Studio
      • Pa Installments
      • Performances
      • Recording Kinda
      • Small stage
      • Very Amateur Recording
      • Worship

      Comments about Fender Mustang Floor Guitar Multi-Effects Pedal:

      Despite some things I posted above concerning the cons of the pedal, I really like it. I mostly play clean so this is just perfect.

      That being said, I'm sorry that fender couldn't have made it a little simpler, the one knob, and crummy software with the screen is... tedious.

      If you want dirty or distorted sounds, then this is not your pedal. Sure, you can get some heavy sounds, but... if you want a dirty marshall sound, buy a marshall. You're not gonna get escalating arpeggios that rip through the ceiling with this thing. You can pass buy for a great solo, that's for sure, but, nothing beats the real thing.

      For my uses, I don't play dirty very much. Sure, I get crunchy every now and then, which the mustang floor seems to do pretty well. The dynamic response isn't as organic (to be expected) as a tube, despite what fender retailers may say. I noticed a quick, rather than gradual change in crunch as I changed the volume or hardness of the plucking of my strings.

      For someone with simple tastes like me, if you can give me some reverb, sweet gleaming cleans, great delay (I'm partial to a tape or analog delay), and some compression for nice round even picking, then you have me and then some.

      Of course, I'm glad that you can connect your own pedals, which I'm more than likely to do, because I actually prefer my other pedals, forget that they're expensive, and that you need to buy several to get the tone you want.

      But what I cannot stand is that you have no control over the order of effects. This was a big downside to this pedal. Maybe not for some, but I like to customize everything meticulously, and this was a huge downer for me.

      For the price they're asking, its not a bad pedal, but its not GREAT either. It does the job. You have almost all the inputs and outs you could possibly imagine, and that's something I really like.

      If you want several fender cleans (in my case the twin reverb is my favorite) then this is just right. If you want a pedal that has several amp effects, and dirty tones with several modulating pedals (even though it has a few programmed in... not all my favorite or useful), then look for something else. Either get a zoom g5... although that's not extremely great either, or buy the amp you really like, and the pedals to go with it. Again, if you want 'your' sound, buy the amp you want, buy the pedals you want (even if it takes time and money, do it eventually) and buy the mic or find a way to get your sound out to the ears of the audience faithfully.

      Either way, this pedal serves its purpose, I'm happy, but not entirely satisfied. Kinda let down on the effects, but that is the bane of all multi-effects pedals.

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      (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

       
      5.0

      Best Guitar Multi-Effects Pedal!

      By 2Sailz

      from Virginia

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      Verified Buyer

      Pros

      • Easy To Use
      • Excellent Sound
      • Good Warmth
      • Portable
      • Powerful

      Cons

        Best Uses

        • Events
        • Home Studio
        • Performances
        • Professional Recording

        Comments about Fender Mustang Floor Guitar Multi-Effects Pedal:

        Awesome guitar multi-effects pedal. Can't say enough about how good it is. The range of sounds you can get from this pedal is fantastic. Don't waste your money on anything else. Get a Fender Mustang Floor. It's the best one on the market!

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        5.0

        Oh, My Goodness!

        By A Voice For Today

        from Waco, TX

        About Me Professional Musician

        Pros

        • Easy To Use

        Cons

        • I Can't Find Any

        Best Uses

        • Events

        Comments about Fender Mustang Floor Guitar Multi-Effects Pedal:

        Just spent a wonderful first hour with my new Fender Mustang DSP Pedalboard and my goldtop tele. What a wonderful rig. Having to go to school on how to run it, but it is like the Starship Enterprise vs a tugboat when compared to the Line Six for Tone. My goodness it sounds good. Balanced in stereo to the pa. No amp to carry! All the great Fender amps in one bundle that you can tote in a gig bag. I play a single with backing trax so I have to carry it all myself. This gives me all the tone of the stacks I can't lift. Love the Fender sound as always. The Vox sounds better than the real thing. I am playing it balanced direct into my Fender Passport with Trace Elliot subs. Sound is incredible. I do wish someone would put a scroll feature like the old Axis 212 had. IT is handy and now no one has it. This pedal is the best I have ever had. I traded off my Line 6 amp and Pod x3 to get it.I love it.

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        (2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

         
        5.0

        Well Dang!

        By AnotherStratGuy

        from Texas

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        Pros

        • Easy To Use
        • Excellent Sound
        • Good Warmth
        • Portable

        Cons

        • No Flame Paint Job
        • Sounds Better Than My Amp
        • Too Awesome

        Best Uses

        • Amateur Recording
        • Events
        • Home Studio
        • Performances
        • Professional Recording

        Comments about Fender Mustang Floor Guitar Multi-Effects Pedal:

        Hmm, I want all of the greatest amps and most legendary reverb units, and a great wah pedal that's just like a crybaby... I'm in! Great tone and value. I love the classic fender amps, and I was trying to save up for a Super Sonic. This pedal has got me covered. I'm plugging into an Egnater that's complicated as hell to change up on the fly. That amp was for sale because I liked my mustang 1 better than my high end amp. I kept hoping I'd find a mustang I could just run through it. Then this comes out. Amazing. Great quality and tone. It's like accidently pouring too much awesome into awesome sauce and mixing it with awesome. (that's messy)My cleans are crystal clear, my distortions are easy to break up. the wah reacts just like my dunlop, it's easy to program (I still use a flip phone if that tells you anything)The best part is I'm not out for a Pod that sounds like dog mess. I have all of the amps and tones I could ever want, and it's not taking up a complete room in my house to store it. Even if you hate it, at that price you just can't go wrong. My advice even for classic tube guys. Buy it.

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        (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

         
        5.0

        Excellent pedal

        By Guitarman

        from USA

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        Verified Buyer

        Pros

        • Easy To Use
        • Excellent Sound
        • Good Warmth
        • Portable
        • Powerful

        Cons

        • Limited Setup Instrucions

        Best Uses

        • Amateur Recording
        • Home Studio
        • Performances

        Comments about Fender Mustang Floor Guitar Multi-Effects Pedal:

        Not as intuitive as I would like. Okay once you figure it out.

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