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Fender Rumble Series 100/210 100 Watt 2x10" Bass Combo Amp
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A 4-band EQ, aux CD input, effects loop, headphone jack, passive/active pad, and XLR line out with level and ground lift give The Fender Rumble Serie...Read More
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A 4-band EQ, aux CD input, effects loop, headphone jack, passive/active pad, and XLR line out with level and ground lift give The Fender Rumble Series 100/210 Bass Combo Amp plenty of stage and studio flexibility. 100W deliver a surprising amount of punch through a pair of 10" Fender Special Design 8 ohm, 75 watt speakers. The ported cab is covered with rugged carpet and has reinforced corners and a black metal grille that'll stand up to years of road rage.
- 100W at 4 ohms
- 2 -10" Fender speakers
- 4-band EQ
- Mid scoop button
- Aux input
- Delta comp adaptive compression
- Effects loop
- Headphone jack
- XLR line out with level and ground lift
- Ported cab
- Carpet covering
- Metal grill
- Reinforced corners
- 24"W x 21"H x 14-1/2"D
Reviewed by 31 customers
- Ease of Use
- Fantastic Eq
- High Volume Level
- Sound quality
- Versatile Tones
- Wheels On Bottom
- No Handles On Sides
- Gigs Recording Practice
- Home use
It's really a shame that this amp is no longer in production. I have owned several combo amps over the years and played through countless others, and for some reason or another this particular version of the Rumble 100 is better than any other combo I've played through. So it packs 100 watts of power with two 10" speakers and a tweeder, giving truly astounding depth. Compared to my old amp, my bass sounded like a new instrument through this one. Everything about my sound improved, incredibly tight and punchy, amazing low end for jazzy bass lines and with a satisfying growl when I turned the treble up to play rock/punk type music. But after noticing the amazing sound quality, the thing that makes this amp stand out to me more than any other is the equalizer. It has a 4-band EQ and what makes it so special is how sensitive each knob is. if you turn any of the knobs even slightly, you will be able to hear a difference in your tone, and this is a HUGE plus for me. I am able to make my bass sound literally HOWEVER I want it to, and once I add in my bass fuzz and flanger pedals, the possibilities are endless. Also I've turned this amp up to 3/4 volume and it does not get fuzzy or distorted at all, I can't speak for higher volumes yet but this thing is so dang loud I haven't had to turn it any higher than 3/4 anyway. The only gripe I have is that there are no handles on the sides of the amp to pick it up, only one handle on the top which doesn't make sense. However it does have wheels on the bottom so you can just push it around anyway! In all, I cannot speak highly enough of this amp and since they aren't in production anymore you can buy them used like I did for pretty cheap money! check your local music stores or online. I can't say anything about the 1x15" version of this amp because I have never played it but I hear that it is a good combo as well.
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I got one of these bad boys on sale and I am very happy with it. Quality construction and good sound for the money. Realistically, this will work for most medium sized gigs. It's got some volume. I downsized from a 410 rig to this and so far I'm very happy with the choice. I let the PA do the work. Using the loop I utilize a Sonic Maximizer and effects unit. It didn't really need it but I had extra space in my rack after I got rid of my Aguilar head so I filled it with those two items. Really defined the sound. Peace
this guy is awesome ive played close to 20 shows and never had a problem it keeps up with a b52 halfstack and a Fender half at about 5 and with tweaking and compression this can be felt outside the venue and will get you noticed i play in standard C in a deathcore band and i have never had any trouble Great buy and good quality
I got this amp a few years back and I have used it for MANY gigs. The sound is amazing and I have never had technical issues with it. The ONE problem I have is the weight of the thing. It's so darn heavy and the only handle is placed on top of it making it incredibly awkward to carry.
My band borrowed this amp for a good month or two, the amp itself works fine it serves it's purpose. It wasn't always loud enough for shows usually had to be mic'd up but overall good combo. One thing that bothers me is, the knobs for treble and bass and stuff are plastic, and I don't just mean the covers the actual knobs... I was placing it in my car and it hit the side of my car and they snapped off. (go figure 2 days before I had to return it) now I'm out some good money to replace that...I wouldn't be too rough with it is what I'm trying to say
For a mid-size solid state amp this thing sounds great i use it for a metal/hardcore style and it does it well when EQ'd for it, have owned it for 2 years and put it through the ringer and the only real damage its taken is a caster falling off once in a while, people used it as a chair in my basement for a while, theres been drinks spilled on it, its been dropped quite a few times,i would frequently ride it down ramps and stuff, sometimes crashing, played at least 20 gigs and can hold its own against drums synth and 2 half stacks un-mic'd! with proper compression you can cut through the mix like butterhighly reccommend
i brought this amp about 2 years ago my washburn bantam bass sounds like a beast through it graet solid amp the thing that was most awsome about the amp fender offerd a free 5 year waranity with it when i bought it i was bought when i heard that two words graet amp a must buy.
I bought mine a year ago mainly as a practice amp to use at home, but I'm actually using it live in combination with an ancient Peavey TNT 100 (15"speaker) on the bottom! I play a Precision w/ quarterpounds and have been very happy tonewise.The line out and FX loop make it practical for me on stage. I play with 2 guitarists playing thru 100w Marshall half-stacks and have no issues with volume combined with the Peavey. I recommend using a compressor and by itself it really would need either miked or use the line out thru the PA. If you need a larger rig, get a larger rig but this will do quite nicely either at home or with friends.
I recently upgraded to this amp from a smaller 60watt amp I used before. I am very happy with the increased overall performance, sound, and features this amp offers. Also it is a great price. It does weight a lot more than you would expect though, but overall I am very impressed in the purchase so far.
I played Peavey TKO 115, but when I bought the Rumble, I liked immediately, although it lacks parametric equalizer .The sound seemed organic, balanced and clearly. I have a fretless precision bass, speaker response exelent and clearly at level 8, without distortion.