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You'll find the Fender Rumble 15 Bass Combo Amp perfect as your in-house practice amplifier. Fender has designed the Rumble series to meet the needs of the beginning bassist by building in all the essentials, then holding the line on price to make it accessible to most anyone. The ported bass design holds an 8" special driver powered by a 15W amp. Fender built the carpeted cab of the Rumble 15 Bass Combo with oversized corners and a metal grille for durability.

FEATURES
  • Closed-back cab design
  • 15W
  • 8" special driver
  • Carpet covering
  • Oversized corners
  • Metal grille
  • 3-band EQ
  • CD input
SPECIFICATIONS

Rumble 15 Bass Combo Amp

  • 13-1/2"W x 14-1/2"H x 9-1/2"D
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FenderRumble 15 Bass Combo Amp
 
3.9

(based on 47 reviews)

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Most Liked Positive Review

 

Pretty good...and loud!

I just started playing bass after a year or so on guitar, and I got this as my first amp. Overall, for the fact that it's a practice amp, it's pretty loud....Read complete review

I just started playing bass after a year or so on guitar, and I got this as my first amp. Overall, for the fact that it's a practice amp, it's pretty loud. I have an Ibanez gax bass, and I can get some good sounds out of this. If you turn up the bass and cut the mid, it's got a great rock sound. Likewise, if you cut the bass and crank the mid, you get some nice, clean, mellow sounds. The treble is basicly a hiss knob. It doesn't do anything, even on the highest note of my bass, so I always keep it turned completely off. It does make alot of noise if you turn it up, but if you crank it up to the max, you get some crazy nice distortion. It's so loud, it shakes my metal heater vent! If you are a beginning bassist, get this amp. If you are looking for something more powerful, try one of the bigger rumble amps, or maybe a behringer. Enjoy!

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Not for giging

I got this amp with the squier starter pack and it worked great for awhile. I took it to my first gig and tried to turn the volume up to get over the drummer...Read complete review

I got this amp with the squier starter pack and it worked great for awhile. I took it to my first gig and tried to turn the volume up to get over the drummer and the thing buzzed. Now any powerful low notes at any vulumes above 3/8 and it buzzes. If I try to adjust any of the eq nobs past 3/4 quarters it will also buzz. Alos, if you boost the bass nob too much it will do this weird oscillating thing that sounds as if it will crash at any momnet. I would reccomned this as a practice amp but get a higher wattage amp with a bigger speaker for any type of gging or experimenting with tone.

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5.0

Rumble 15

By Anonymous

from Undisclosed

Comments about Fender Rumble 15 Bass Combo Amp:

For fifteen watts, this amp is great. It will deliver the tone your bass puts out with ease and accuracy. Though fifteen watts is not much, it certainly does its job well for playing inside. I do not recomend playing with this amp with your band- I have tried this and the results were far from pleasing. :D As far as durability, I have treated my amp with little care- I even constantly play my guitar (as in not bass) through it and there is no change in tone when I play my bass through it. Definately a highly recomended product for practicing by yourself.

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4.0

Pretty good...and loud!

By Unopepito06

from Spokane, WA

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Comments about Fender Rumble 15 Bass Combo Amp:

I just started playing bass after a year or so on guitar, and I got this as my first amp. Overall, for the fact that it's a practice amp, it's pretty loud. I have an Ibanez gax bass, and I can get some good sounds out of this. If you turn up the bass and cut the mid, it's got a great rock sound. Likewise, if you cut the bass and crank the mid, you get some nice, clean, mellow sounds. The treble is basicly a hiss knob. It doesn't do anything, even on the highest note of my bass, so I always keep it turned completely off. It does make alot of noise if you turn it up, but if you crank it up to the max, you get some crazy nice distortion. It's so loud, it shakes my metal heater vent! If you are a beginning bassist, get this amp. If you are looking for something more powerful, try one of the bigger rumble amps, or maybe a behringer. Enjoy!

 
4.0

Depends what you want it for

By Timmy!-X6F6s

from Midwest

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Comments about Fender Rumble 15 Bass Combo Amp:

I bought mine used so I wouldn't hafta schlep my other amps back & forth from gigs, rehearsal, etc. It's ok as a practice amp, but not really big enough. I like to practice with CDs and it doesn't have enough volume to play along with clarity. If you are going to use it in a bedroom situation it's fine but I'd recomend the Rumble 25 at least instead for bass practice amp.However, it does have an unintended use that makes it worth a second look as a GUITAR practice amp! I've played my Les Paul and Strat thru it and it has a pretty good clean tone for a solid-state amp. The Strat sings thru this little guy. If you want overdrive, use a pedal like a Tube Screamer. If you are into Metal, etc. you will probably be disaapointed, but if you want to play blues or jazz it'll do it on the cheap.

 
3.0

Good for practice, but not for jamming or gigs.

By Stingraybass5110

from Silver Spring, MD

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Comments about Fender Rumble 15 Bass Combo Amp:

This is a good bass for the practice at home, but when you are practicing with other musicians, it isn't audible at all and when you do increase the volume enough that it can be heard (about halfway for me) the sound gets distorted and fuzzy. If you are going to play in a band then I would recommend getting another amp, or getting a seperate amp for playing with them.

 
4.0

Great for beginers or in home practice

By Anonymous

from Undisclosed

Comments about Fender Rumble 15 Bass Combo Amp:

I have compared this amp with others of similar size and you just can't beat the value. Great for beginners and in home practice. My only complaint is that it is a tad quiet, good for jamming though :)

 
4.0

great practice amp- for bass OR guitar

By Fender man-SaPK1

from NV

Comments about Fender Rumble 15 Bass Combo Amp:

I got this amp as a portable practice amp for a Fender Precision Bass, and it works very well at that. Very light and a small enough package to take anywhere. You won't be gigging with this amp cause it's only got an 8" speaker, but this thing sounds great in a room. I play the P-Bass and my guitars through it. It can get some good sparkling highs, and good lows. The tone levels should stay as close to middle as possible or you get distortion, especially on the bass, but you can turn it up to about 3/4 for guitar and really crank. Lud enough my neighbors a house over were a little mad at me! I think it was a great investment, and I don't have to lug a Fender 410 or Bassman 100 around to a friend's house!

 
5.0

Good Amp for price

By bassistforHim

from Elizabethtown, PA

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Comments about Fender Rumble 15 Bass Combo Amp:

I got this amp for my bass for Christmas and it is really good for the price of it. I use it for my practicing, but not live usually. This amp is good for practicing and smaller venues, but not as good for larger venues.

 
4.0

Great

By OneDyingWish

from Yakima, WA

Comments about Fender Rumble 15 Bass Combo Amp:

I've been playing bass for about a year now and I just recently got my own for Christmas so I didn't have to borrow other people's. I got this amp today and overall it's a good practice amp, it's pretty loud for a 15 watt amp and you can't beat the price.

 
4.0

Great for Beginners

By Punkbass2005

from Worthington, OH

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Comments about Fender Rumble 15 Bass Combo Amp:

This was the first amp I got with my bass. It has a pretty good price, and is worth its money if you aren't planning to go far.

 
3.0

Great for in-house practice

By BassMasta5454

from Kansas City, KS

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Comments about Fender Rumble 15 Bass Combo Amp:

This amp is for beginners or people who just play in their house. I'm in a band and it doesn't come close to meeting the volume of my band members' amps. 15W is nothing. I'm getting a new one for Christmas and am ready to get rid of this amp. I've had it for a year and a half. It serves its purpose and a quiet in-house amp.

 
5.0

Fender Rumble 15 bass amp combo

By Spit

from Piffard, NY

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Comments about Fender Rumble 15 Bass Combo Amp:

I got this amp about thirteen months ago as my first amp. Overall, it is vey sturdy and has exellent sound quality. It's a bit quiet, but good for practicing or small jam sessions. I dislike the carpet covering, but that's purely personal taste, I have several cats and dogs and their hair is always stuck to the amp. I run a Schecter guitar with a digitech death metal pedal through this and it sounds great for Children of Bodom and As I Lay Dying. I also play my Fender p bass though it and it has great clean tones.

 
4.0

Great practice amp!

By Terry-m62p8

from Minnesota

Comments about Fender Rumble 15 Bass Combo Amp:

Bought this to teach the wife bass. Best in classat 15 watts other amps fuzzed quicker and at lowervolume nice choice of tones, rugged, good price.Not for band use unless you mic it or have electric drums.

 
4.0

Decent Practice Amp

By Blacksheep

from Northeast Ohio

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Comments about Fender Rumble 15 Bass Combo Amp:

This is a nice sounding practice amp, nothing more and nothing less. It has an impressive sound range for an eight inch speaker with thumping lows and funky highs. With tweaking the EQ?s on the amp and on my Schecter bass, I can achieve great blues and country sounds all the way through distorted Seattle grunge sounds. The amp does pop, crackle, and overly distort with the onboard EQ?s set aggressively and with active electronics on a bass set at full power, especially active bass boost with volumes on the amp set past three.I got this amp for practice and to plug in a CD player. If you are looking for a gig worthy amp, keep looking but if you are looking for a nimble little practice amp with adequate headroom, then give this one a try.

 
3.0

Good practice amp

By Justin-53yLK

from Illinois

Comments about Fender Rumble 15 Bass Combo Amp:

Good practice amp. If your jamming with a band its hard to hear your self playing, you might wanna go for a higher watt amp. Everytime I jam with my group, I gotta blast my amp up all the way so I can be heard. Theres a whole lotta feed back when its blasted up all the way. Overall it's a good practice amp. It's also very good for beginners.

 
5.0

Everything You Would Expect From Fender

By Axeman

from Media,PA

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Comments about Fender Rumble 15 Bass Combo Amp:

I have been playing with this amp for six months and it has been exceptional. I use it to play at church for christian rock; at level 3 or 4 it carries over the drums and piano. The headphone jack and the CD(RCA)input are great. The only weakness is the speaker. If it were 10 inches it might get the real deep sound. This is a very dependable amp. Buy it!

 
2.0

Not for giging

By Bassman-t.3dv

from Maryland

Comments about Fender Rumble 15 Bass Combo Amp:

I got this amp with the squier starter pack and it worked great for awhile. I took it to my first gig and tried to turn the volume up to get over the drummer and the thing buzzed. Now any powerful low notes at any vulumes above 3/8 and it buzzes. If I try to adjust any of the eq nobs past 3/4 quarters it will also buzz. Alos, if you boost the bass nob too much it will do this weird oscillating thing that sounds as if it will crash at any momnet. I would reccomned this as a practice amp but get a higher wattage amp with a bigger speaker for any type of gging or experimenting with tone.

 
3.0

It's beautiful......for about a 5 months

By Anonymous

from Undisclosed

Comments about Fender Rumble 15 Bass Combo Amp:

I've had this amp for five months and it did pretty well, though even since literally day one, I've been disappointed with the EQ. Then suddenly while I was playing for some family, it suddenly lost power and went into natural distortion. Two days later(which happens to be today) when my band and I rehearsing it just completely conked out on me. So take it from me, what ever, buy a behinger or something more portable. I'm going to go look for a new practice amp now.

 
4.0

Great

By Strokesfan6513

from Toronto, Canada

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Comments about Fender Rumble 15 Bass Combo Amp:

This was my first bass amp. The EQ is pretty good, the highlight, definitely. I probably would encourage someone to purchase this amp as a practice amp, or for beginners. There is not much to say except that it gets the job done.*Note: This amp is good, but it won't due for shows.

 
4.0

Good Beginner Amp

By BassGuy-_XFw1

from Kansas City, KS

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Comments about Fender Rumble 15 Bass Combo Amp:

When I got my first bass guitar (Squire), I got this with it in a package. It work well for awhile, but then it started buzzing after about 9 months. So, good beginner amp, but replace it once you get the money, don't keep it for too long.

 
4.0

Beginners...

By Robb H.

from Massachusetts

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Comments about Fender Rumble 15 Bass Combo Amp:

I got this bass with the Squire starter package. It has actually held up quite nicely, except that the treble know broke off in the trunk of a car on a bumpy drive. It has the 3-basic EQ knobs, volume, input, headphones, and CD... just the neccesities... Since then I have gotten a Behringer BX1200 (now discontinued) but I still use my Fender if I leave the Behringer at the practice space. Also, it has come in handy for vox. when we don't have a PA. Overall, good for beginners who aren't 100% sure about bass...

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