Fender has been one of the premier names in popular music for over 60 years. They have managed to maintain this reputation by sticking to the simple principal of building gear that always focuses on the musician. Because of this simple fact, Fender’s name alone puts stars in the eyes of aspiring bass players everywhere. All you have to do is look at some of the largest stages in the world, and you’ll see Fender bass amps helping to hold down the low end. Artists such as the legendary Duff McKagan, Green Day’s Mike Dirnt, Annie Clements of Sugarland, Chris Chaney of Jane’s Addiction, Matt Freeman of Rancid, and more plug into powerful Fender bass amplifiers to crank out their sound. Now, it’s your time to join the Fender family.
Fender makes bass amps for players of all styles and skill levels, so you’ll have no problem finding the right amp for your specific needs in this section. For example, if you’re looking for your very first amp, or an amp to warm up on before you hit the stage, check out the Rumble V3 15w 1x8 Bass Combo Amp. This amp makes complete use of every one of its 15-watts of power. With a surprisingly rich and balanced tone, this portable amp is ideal for a practice or acoustic gig.
Of course, if you’re already an established performer and you’re looking for gear to hit the road with, be sure to check out the Super Bassman Pro 300W Tube Bass Amp Head. This is the amp head that is used by Duff McKagan, who said it best when he said "I was completely floored and taken aback [When I plugged into the Super Bassman]. This is what I had been looking for. It is, quite simply, a mighty animal. Musicians and audiences alike have been wowed by my sound." With high praise like that, it’s hard not to be impressed by this beast. And when it’s paired with one of the Neo cabinets, your tone will sound absolutely incredible.
Fender makes the kind of gear you’re going to keep for life. As a matter of fact, Mike Dirnt of Green Day has declared that he wants to be buried in his Fender cab! With dedication like that, it’s no wonder Fender is the absolute go-to brand for bass players everywhere.