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Fender Mustang Mini 7W 1x6.5 Battery-Powered Guitar Combo Amp  

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An ultra-portable, ultra-versatile amp that's packed with killer Mustang tones.

The 7-watt Mustang Mini guitar combo amp is perfect for guitarists of any skill level who need a small-but-powerful solution for practice, impromptu jam sessions, or small performances. The Mustang Mini runs on the included AC power supply or six C batteries (not included), allowing you to take great tone wherever it's needed.

Eight amplifier models form the backbone of the Mustang Mini's sounds, along with 12 onboard efffects (additional effects are available using Fender's free FUSE software and the Mustang Mini's USB connection). 24 presets give you amazing sounds right out of the box, with more presets—including Artist presets—available using the aforementioned FUSE software. A digital chromatic tuner ensures you're always on pitch.

The Mustang Mini combo amp has looks like its larger sibling, the Mustang I, including skirted knobs, "Carbon Tweed" covering, and a silver grille cloth. And to make sure you're heard, the metal carry handle doubles as a tilt-back stand!


FEATURES
  • 7W digital amplifier
  • Runs on included AC power supply or six C batteries (not included)
  • 8 amp models
  • 12 onboard effects (additional effects available with free Fender FUSE software)
  • 24 presets (additional presets including Artist presets available with free Fender FUSE software)
  • Digital chromatic tuner
  • Two quick-access presets can be selected with optional one-button footswitch
  • USB connection for FUSE application and digital recording
  • Stereo headphone out for silent practice/line out
  • Mustang I-type controls and cosmetics
  • Carbon Tweed covering
  • Silver grille cloth

Take great tone to the masses with the super-portable Mustang Mini! Order yours today.

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FenderMustang Mini 7W 1x6.5 Battery-Powered Guitar Combo Amp
 
4.4

(based on 11 reviews)

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83%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Pros

  • Easy to use (5)
  • Portable (5)
  • Warm / comfy (3)

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Amateur recording (4)
    • Home studio (4)
      • Reviewer Profile:
      • Novice (3)

    Most Liked Positive Review

     

    Unexpected

    I just got back from a small gig with a four piece band and two of us used these mini amps. I had this one and the other was a line 6. (I...Read complete review

    I just got back from a small gig with a four piece band and two of us used these mini amps. I had this one and the other was a line 6. (I like mine MUCH better) The volume this thing put out was unexpected and was plenty for a small room. I got postive feed back on the sound from the band members (and crowd) and envy when it came time to pack up and go home. I'm older and willing to let a little of the bass end go to save my back!!!! Yeah, my bigger amps have wheels but it's still a pain in the back. The difference in sound is not nearly as much as you would expect.
    This amp will get a lot more use than I thought simply because it's so darned handy. You can't compare it to a 100w 2-12 amp but the whole is more than the sum of it's parts. I can think of four or five jobs where it will serve quite well. I used a Yammy tele w/Seymour Duncans and a Hipshot going into this amp tonight and was very pleased with the results.
    What the hey, at this price you need one!!!
    Lots! Read the product specs. More different (and better) sounds out of this than I thought possible with a unit this size. If you can't find settings on this you're just not trying.
    I've had good luck with Fender products and see no reason to expect anything different with this.
    There's a lot here for the money. (Mine is a "like new" unit at an even better price)

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    Most Liked Negative Review

     

    Fails to deliver what it promises

    I thought this would be cute for portable use at the office, camping and picnics at the park. But it buzzes, farts and rattles so much that it overpowers the sound. It makes...Read complete review

    I thought this would be cute for portable use at the office, camping and picnics at the park. But it buzzes, farts and rattles so much that it overpowers the sound. It makes my wife laugh, so I do it just to make her laugh. The speaker can't produce even the limited lows you would normally expect from an amp this small, and the highs are like ice picks in your ear. It causes ear fatigue after 5 or 10 minutes. There was one occasion while on new batteries that the program number changed on its own.

    I have to say that I've been disappointed with every Fender amp I've purchased in the last 15 years due to quality issues, most of which are buzzing and cabinet rattles that just cannot be isolated no matter how many time I've tried to take them apart and locate the source. With the Super Champ X2 I recently bought, I had to re-glue the inside perimeter of the speaker paper to the speaker frame to stop the paper from buzzing against the metal, then I had to add my own screws to fasten the baffle to the chassis to keep that from vibrating. A brand new and very expensive 65 Princeton Reissue was junk right out of the box due to incurable buzzing. I've had many more similar experiences with the Hot Rod combos and other amps.

    Fender; I love your guitars, but I'm not buying anymore of your junk amps. I'm returning the Mustang to buy another brand of amp.

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    4.0

    Cool little amp!

    By George

    from Akron, OH

    About Me Novice

    Verified Buyer

    Pros

    • Easy To Use
    • Good Warmth
    • Portable

    Cons

    • None

    Best Uses

    • Lessons

    Comments about Fender Mustang Mini 7W 1x6.5 Battery-Powered Guitar Combo Amp:

    Nice little portable amp. Just starting out, wanted an amp I could take to lessons. Great sound even running off battery power.

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    (2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

     
    4.0

    Good sounding amp

    By SlipperySmith

    from New Jersey

    About Me Professional Musician

    Verified Buyer

    Pros

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

    Cons

      Best Uses

      • Amateur Recording
      • Home Studio

      Comments about Fender Mustang Mini 7W 1x6.5 Battery-Powered Guitar Combo Amp:

      I maybe could use this for a quiet coffee shop gig. Other than that it is a nice practice amp. I had the Roland cube prior to this. I thought that sounded better.

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      (2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

       
      4.0

      Darn Good For The Price

      By Jukebox John

      from Shutesbury, MA

      About Me Experienced

      Pros

      • Easy To Use
      • Portable
      • Software Very Useful
      • Variety Of Sounds

      Cons

      • Tolex Coming Off

      Best Uses

      • Amateur Recording
      • Bedroom
      • Home Studio

      Comments about Fender Mustang Mini 7W 1x6.5 Battery-Powered Guitar Combo Amp:

      Bought this at my local store. The amp was very noisy and the tolex was coming apart on top on the demonstration amp. Decided to take a chance anyway. I bought a sealed box and the tolex was coming off that one too. But I figure I can glue it back.
      I think the noisiness of the amp may have been due to the lighting at the store because it was much less noticeable at home. It's there, especially with single coils, but it's not a deal killer. One of the other reviewers said the amp sounded harsh and caused ear fatigue. I felt that way the first time I played it, but haven't noticed it since. Might have to do with how you position it in relation to your ears. And it's definitely something you want to spend some time with. The more you fiddle with it the more useful sounds you'll find.
      It's a fun little amp and it evokes the amps it's based on. Using the Fuse software I can program the amp on my computer and download presets. The software adds effects such as a gate and a compressor. Lots more in there than the controls on the amp would indicate.
      I just spent a rainy afternoon plugged in with an old Fender Duo Sonic II and was in surf and funk heaven as well as other places.
      It is a digital amp so it fizzes out as the sound fades out. but considering how much it costs, it's a barrel of sounds and features and sleeps in my living room. Definitely better than the Roland Micro Cube (which is a fine little portable amp, btw).

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      (3 of 12 customers found this review helpful)

       
      1.0

      Fails to deliver what it promises

      By Slappy

      from Albany, NY

      About Me Professional Musician

      Pros

      • Compact
      • Portable

      Cons

      • Buzzy
      • Limited Functions
      • Poor Sound Quality
      • Rattles
      • Weak

      Best Uses

      • Not Worth Buying

      Comments about Fender Mustang Mini 7W 1x6.5 Battery-Powered Guitar Combo Amp:

      I thought this would be cute for portable use at the office, camping and picnics at the park. But it buzzes, farts and rattles so much that it overpowers the sound. It makes my wife laugh, so I do it just to make her laugh. The speaker can't produce even the limited lows you would normally expect from an amp this small, and the highs are like ice picks in your ear. It causes ear fatigue after 5 or 10 minutes. There was one occasion while on new batteries that the program number changed on its own.

      I have to say that I've been disappointed with every Fender amp I've purchased in the last 15 years due to quality issues, most of which are buzzing and cabinet rattles that just cannot be isolated no matter how many time I've tried to take them apart and locate the source. With the Super Champ X2 I recently bought, I had to re-glue the inside perimeter of the speaker paper to the speaker frame to stop the paper from buzzing against the metal, then I had to add my own screws to fasten the baffle to the chassis to keep that from vibrating. A brand new and very expensive 65 Princeton Reissue was junk right out of the box due to incurable buzzing. I've had many more similar experiences with the Hot Rod combos and other amps.

      Fender; I love your guitars, but I'm not buying anymore of your junk amps. I'm returning the Mustang to buy another brand of amp.

      Comment on this review

      (5 of 5 customers found this review helpful)

       
      5.0

      Awesome Lil Amp

      By HybridRoninX

      from Hayward, CA

      About Me Novice

      Verified Buyer

      Pros

      • Easy To Use

      Cons

        Best Uses

        • Amateur Recording
        • Home Studio

        Comments about Fender Mustang Mini 7W 1x6.5 Battery-Powered Guitar Combo Amp:

        Great little portable amplifier... I hadn't used C batteries in a device in forever and it looks like they could've fit D's in them, but that's no biggie. Great sound for such a small amp. I look forward to when I can afford it's bigger brothers in the Mustang series. I own the Mustang II and got My Girlfriend the Mustand I for her Anniversary gift along with a Strat. Great products from a great brand. I personally use a BC Rich ASM Pro and Standard.

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        (6 of 7 customers found this review helpful)

         
        5.0

        Great Big! Little Amp!

        By Electrixblu

        from Maryland USA

        About Me Novice

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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
          • Professional Recording

          Comments about Fender Mustang Mini 7W 1x6.5 Battery-Powered Guitar Combo Amp:

          Wow..cannot stop playing this amp!I bought it used from Musicians Friend(like New),great price.
          I have played and own way to many amps and guitars
          besides the other gear that come with this obsession.
          It seem to be well built,easy to use,good looking little amp...and sounds incredible...the first night I had it I must have played it for 4 hours.
          And then when I installed the Fender Fuse program..again Wow!!! More Fun!!
          This is a great amp for all levels of players and the cost with the Fender Fuse program is Awsome!
          I cannot see anybody not finding your sound on this amp...get to know this mini amp and it will have you smiling.
          The battery power and size make it the on the go amp,I will be driving my wife crazy now in all the rooms,in the car,at a pinic...you name it.
          Remember its not a stack or vintage tube amp but
          it does sound GREAT!! this amp makes me want to keep playing.
          I have been a Fender Fan all my life and its no wonder to the product that this company puts out.
          I played a Squire Classic Vibe 50s Strat through
          it and it sounded great. I cant wait to try my other stable of guitars throught it.
          Again if your a beginner or pro GET THIS AMP!
          Portable,Great Price,Full of Features by itself and then add the Fender Fuse!,Good Looking and Great Sounding!

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          (3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

           
          5.0

          Mustang Mini 7watt Guitar Combo Amp

          By Eldon Hinck

          from Kansas

          Comments about Fender Mustang Mini 7W 1x6.5 Battery-Powered Guitar Combo Amp:

          I am very satisfied for the most part. This little guy has allowed me to take up guitar again by being able to take an amp to (work) and practice. I could not do that with any ease if I had to load and unload the Peavy SC. It was and is a good investment.
          For the size and price, I feel this Mini has all features I'll will need. My Studio Chorus doesn't have as many features as this little guy.
          Sound quality, Great. I am a little disappointed in the actual construction quality. Just seems to be "cheap" as the battery door is just held on with staples and velcro. The battery holder I don't think will hold up to well either, although I will not use it much, but still the quality of materials used on the outside, I'm not overly impressed. But, then again for the cost, I guess it's not bad.
          I feel it is worth the price. It's very small and easy to transport. It deffinetly puts out some great sounds.

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          (3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

           
          5.0

          Small Beast

          By brandon crow

          from Texas

          Comments about Fender Mustang Mini 7W 1x6.5 Battery-Powered Guitar Combo Amp:

          For campfire gigs you cant beat this little amp. from mellow to complete hardcore riffs to blistering leads, this amp can produce the sounds.
          Has all the same features as its bigger brothers less the amount of presets. sounds are crisp and clear for such a small amp.
          I gave it a lower quality rating due tobthe simple fact the fake vinyl covering is coming loose and the amp is only 2 weeks old.
          I think this amp offers plenty of bang for your buck.

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          (6 of 6 customers found this review helpful)

           
          5.0

          Kurt

          Comments about Fender Mustang Mini 7W 1x6.5 Battery-Powered Guitar Combo Amp:

          I bought this as a gift because I thought I would like it. I have a VOX DA-5 that is similar...this is far superior.The amp models are worth it alone not to mention the effects and the on-line connectability for additional combinations.
          Loaded with amps & effects, really different.
          Fender...what more do you have to say!
          Priced where I would expect.

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          (6 of 6 customers found this review helpful)

           
          5.0

          Great portable amp!

          Comments about Fender Mustang Mini 7W 1x6.5 Battery-Powered Guitar Combo Amp:

          I enjoy the freedom to bring my guitar all around the house, whether I'm sitting at the computer or on the couch or even outside on the porch. I've tried a lot of portable amps including the Roland Micro, which I like very much, and the Pignose 7-100, which I didn't care for. The Mustang Mini has evrything the Micro does and a lot more. You can dial in almost any tone you want, (and I haven't even used Fuse yet!). It's plenty loud for practicing and even some jamming, albeit without drums. The batteries seem to be lasting quite a while, and there's always the AC cord when they do decide to quit.

          I'm constantly amazed at the great sound that comes out of this amp! I'm sure it's bigger brothers sound better with their bigger speakers, but they can't easily be carried and used anywhere in the house or outside. Fender didn't skimp on this little guy, they included all the same features as the other Mustangs but in a very portable package! Great job.
          You couldn't ask for more on a small amp!
          Seems very well made, the only thing lacking is corner guards.
          Can't beat it.

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