Fender Mustang Micro

northernguitar

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We'll see. I do think it's a cool device. What I think would be rad is if you could easily record via Bluetooth to your phone if you stumble into a cool groove or idea or something. I had the 65 Deluxe and green box with a stereo delay going and was getting some cool tones in there that were somewhere between U2 and Tycho that I wish I could have easily saved somewhere. Oh well!
Sorry to hear its still giving you hissy grief. I am repeatedly amazed by what this offers. The next generation of these gadgets will be mind-blowing.

FWIW, I patched the FMM into my macbook and ran it through GarageBand. It worked very well and sounded great.

Anyone ever attempt to run the Mustang Micro direct to PA?
 

Blrfl

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What I think would be rad is if you could easily record via Bluetooth to your phone if you stumble into a cool groove or idea or something.

If you've got Android, a USB On-the-Go cable will get you plugged right in, as will a USB C-to-C cable if your phone's got a C connector. There's probably something similar for iPhones.
 

ataylor

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The next generation of these gadgets will be mind-blowing.

I ultimately decided that's probably what I'm going to wait for. I went in to exchange the Micro and ended up returning it altogether. Who knows, I might decide I want to get another one before they come out with a 2.0 version in a couple years, but in the meantime I'm going to keep slowly figuring out what Fender combo amp I want.
 

nedorama

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Got mine when they first came out for $99 and use it pretty much every night. Unfortunately Fender has raised the price now to $119. It's still worth it but that's a cheap shot by Fender.
Not a cheap shot. Before the pandemic shipping a 40' container from china was $3000. It's now $30,000. Those costs need to be absorbed somewhere...
 

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I recently received one of these as a Christmas present.
I'm an old tech guy, not really into modeling amps and such so I was skeptical.
What this device allows me to do is practice without cranking up an amp and gives you a great "feel" in the headphones just like an amp pushing a little air! Great product, good price. I highly recommend it.

On the '65 Twin setting guess what? I sounds just like my '65 reissue BF!!

Totally awesome!
 

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I had to sign up just to post in this thread.
I recently received one of these as a Christmas present.
I'm an old tech guy, not really into modeling amps and such so I was skeptical.
What this device allows me to do is practice without cranking up an amp and gives you a great "feel" in the headphones just like an amp pushing a little air! Great product, good price. I highly recommend it.

On the '65 Twin setting guess what? I sounds just like my '65 reissue BF!!

Totally awesome!

Welcome to the TDPRI!
 

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Anybody use this in a live setting? I sometimes jam with an acoustic Celtic band, but have played with a clean electric before. They play through a PA and it would be cool to just use this gadget, instead of lugging an amp out.
 




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