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    Powerful Fender bass tone in a compact, portable amp!

    The Fender Rumble 350 Bass Amp Head boasts 350 watts of Class D power, delivering powerful tone and a full complement of features in a portable, affordable package. Built-in overdrive offers even more options for your sound, and you can blend it with your clean tone using stompbox-style controls (switchable with optional footswitch).

    Powerful, stylish and easy to operate, the Rumble 350 gives you high-quality bass tone and professional features at an unbeatable value.

    Features

    • 350W Class D power
    • Quiet, variable-speed fan cooling
    • Selectable overdrive with Gain/Blend controls
    • 3-band active EQ with semi-parametric mid controls
    • Punch and Scoop EQ presets
    • Delta Comp adaptive compression circuitry
    • Balanced effects loop
    • Controls: Volume, Overdrive Gain, Overdrive Blend, Punch EQ Preset, Scoop EQ Preset, Bass, Low-Mid, High-Mid, Treble
    • Aux input for CD/MP3 player, drum machine, etc.
    • 1/4" headphone jack
    • XLR line out with ground lift

    An amp that's easy to transport, easy to use, and loaded with Fender power! Order now.

     

    Rumble 350 350W Bass Amp Head Specifications:

    • 12.82"W x 2.94"H x 7.1"D
    • 6 lb.
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    FenderRumble 350 350W Bass Amp Head
     
    4.2

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    4.0

    Fender Rumble 350

    By Babba95

    from Philly

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    Pros

    • Easy To Use
    • Excellent Sound
    • Good Warmth
    • Portable
    • Powerful
    • Really Light And Powerful

    Cons

    • None Yet

    Best Uses

    • Rehearsal Small Venues

    Comments about Fender Rumble 350 350W Bass Amp Head:

    Great sounding little head. Excellent value.

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    4.0

    Nice little amp head

    By thundergod

    from New Martinsville, WV

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    Pros

    • Easy To Use
    • Excellent Sound
    • Portable

    Cons

      Best Uses

      • Amateur Recording
      • Performances
      • Professional Recording

      Comments about Fender Rumble 350 350W Bass Amp Head:

      For being 350w it's good. I bought it because my Hartke HA5000 went bad. I hooked it up to my 4x10 and 15" cabinets and played an active bass through the setup and It was amazing. I only had the volume on 2, and it was loud in the store. So im happy with the purchase.

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      4.0

      A great head if you have the right bass

      By Gerard Light

      from Marshall, Michigan

      Comments about Fender Rumble 350 350W Bass Amp Head:

      I currently have an Ampeg B5 head and LIGHT 412 cab. The head is 26 lbs and I was looking to lighten my load with this amp. My main axe is an ESP with EMG HZ pickups and active tone circuit. I could not get nearly as good a tone using the Rumble as I get with my Ampeg. Then I tried it with my passive Cort P-bass and got a totally different result... as in 'it sounded great'. Well, I really like my ESP and I really can't see the sense in shelling out cash to buy a new head that doesn't work well with it. So I sent it back. But if YOU have a compatible bass you will probably love this head. Give it a try. If it works with your bass, it's a great value.
      5 year warranty. Light weight. A great padded carrying bag. All the features you need and a few extras just to reel in the gadget freaks. No mute, no preamp gain, no graphic EQ. Nice but not necessary.
      Don't know about durability, but right out of the box everything looks to be high quality and the amp functions well.... more or less. Anyway, I have issues (see below).
      If you have a compatible bass it gets a 10
      If you have active tone circuitry you might be dissapointed (I was). That's why I give it an 8.

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      (5 of 7 customers found this review helpful)

       
      4.0

      As Expected

      By Lowgrinder

      from Bath, NY

      Comments about Fender Rumble 350 350W Bass Amp Head:

      I just got this Rumble 350 and a Bassman 4 x 10. I had a Bassman 4 x 10 already, so now I have a nice stack. The Rumble is bare bones features wise, and doesn't compete with my Peavey Tour 700. But it is very light, easy to set up, and for small/medium venues, it will do OK. The "grind" this is useless, sounds like a $29 cheap fuzz box. Overall, decent amp, priced OK.

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      (6 of 6 customers found this review helpful)

       
      5.0

      Best Value Period

      By BigJSooks

      from Phoenix

      Comments about Fender Rumble 350 350W Bass Amp Head:

      I have just used this little amp on a 12 day tour in 10 cities in CA. I borrowed it from a friend and paired it up with a Fender 6 x 10 cab. Let me tell you that it was awesome. First of all, you cannot undervalue how great it is to carry your amp into a club in a little shoulder bag! Second, it sounds great. Do not be scared by the 350W rating, this unit has the same power amp as the GenzBenz shuttle 6.0 which is rated at 600W...repeat the SAME POWER AMP...literally. This thing, with a 6 x 10 is loud enough to hang with any band, unless you are playing Wembley stadium. It has a real simple EQ, so if you are an EQ-ophile, this may not be the amp for you. It has a great feature for blending gain into the signal, with a footswitch input for turning the gain on an off. Bluntly, I was going to by a $2000 1200W amp, and after using this in a real gigging scenario for 12 days, I am going with this. For the price, and virtually any comparable price, I don't think you can beat this little guy.

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