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Fender RUMBLE 25 1x8 25W Bass Combo Amp

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The new Fender RUMBLE 1x8" 25W bass combo is an ideal choice for practice or studio play, with its great tone, small size and easy-to-use controls. Besides the 1x8" Fender special design speaker, its features include an aux. input, headphone output, and three-band EQ.

With its beefier power amp and larger, ported speaker enclosure, the RUMBLE 25 pumps greater volume and deeper bass response. In addition to standard volume and EQ controls, the RUMBLE 25 adds a newly-developed overdrive circuit and switchable Contour control, delivering gritty bite and slap-worthy punch at the mere push of a button.

Power: 25W Speaker: 1x8" Fender special design Single channel Aux. input Headphone output Dimensions: 15.25" x 15.25" x 11" Weight: 21 lb.

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Super clean sound with surprising bottom end. No noise even when turned up. Aux jack is cool for plugging in a drum machine or iPad. Easy to move about the house. You just can't go wrong buying this little amp.
Fender RUMBLE 25 1x8 25W Bass Combo Amp
.I just bought a Fender Rumble 25 just because it is: small; light, inexpensive, and adorable! I already own second generation Rumble 75 and also the 350. I just couldn't resist the sexy retro looks of the new version 3's classic Fender styling, so I bought the Rumble 25 just to have it. Turns out this cute little Rumble sounds very good and is a lot of fun to play through. Sounds far bigger than it is, and also sounds far more expensive than it actually cost. Win-Win!
Fender RUMBLE 25 1x8 25W Bass Combo Amp
.I tried this amp in a store and couldn't believe the bass it produced for only an 8" driver. Similar to my Rumble 150 at low vol. Got tired of lugging the 150 around so I bought this as a practice amp. Turns out it has great tone for standard electric guitar as well! I don't even have to mess with the settings when switching from bass to electric. And very light and well built. I was a little worried about it being so light that it was gonna be cheap but I was comparing to the old Rumble 150 which is a tank.

Great overall amp and for the price you can't go wrong.
Fender RUMBLE 25 1x8 25W Bass Combo Amp
.Overall I like this amp. It's got good tone and a very usable overdrive. It gets loud enough for very small to small gigs. The karaoke option is a ton of fun for practicing.

It's kind of a strange in between size. A little big for the bedroom, a little small for gigs. It's great for recording, practice, and most jam sessions.

It also works for me as a second guitar/keyboard amp. I would recommend this as long as this is the size you want.
Fender RUMBLE 25 1x8 25W Bass Combo Amp
.I saw the 15 watts version and thought it was too small. I saw the reviews of the Ampeg practice amp (25 watts too)and was curious about trying this one.

I needed something smaller than my 300 watts combo.My old combo was breaking my back taking it to rehearsal and back home. So I looked at this new Rumble and thought about giving it a shot. The new rumble 25 is loud and very light. Handles my passive 5 tring perfectly and my active 6 string too. This amp has a nice tone for it size and the Overdrive is actually pretty good.

Is an excellent nice looking practice amp, is all you need.
Fender RUMBLE 25 1x8 25W Bass Combo Amp
.I bought this to have a cheap, light amp to bring to lessons and for home practice. It's easy to dial in a few different good sounds, and I love the tone so much that it's got me practicing more. (I'm playing an old Mustang bass with La Bella flats.) I thought I'd prefer the Rumble 40, which is certainly louder, deeper, and more flexible -- plus it's actually lighter than the 25. But to my surprise I preferred the tonal nuances of the 25, which costs half as much. And for my purposes I hardly even turn this one up anyway. Also, with different settings, it's decent for both electric and acoustic guitar. I usually prefer high-end gear, but if this thing doesn't stop working prematurely, it'll rate as one of the best bargains ever, in my book.
Fender RUMBLE 25 1x8 25W Bass Combo Amp
.Bought my bass last year and used it with my regular guitar amps with the treble turned off. It was okay, but wasn't like the basses that I heard in my favorite music. As I developed my bass playing, I realized that I should buy a bass amplifier. This bass amplifier makes my bass sound like the basses I hear in my favorite music. In my opinion, this bass amplifier is a good buy for the price. I'm happy with it.
Fender RUMBLE 25 1x8 25W Bass Combo Amp
.I usually record DI. But I recently got a Bass and an Electronic Drum kit and the Rumble handles these items perfectly for my studio. It will now also allow me to invite family and friends to join me.
Fender RUMBLE 25 1x8 25W Bass Combo Amp
.Speaker vibrates and crackles with volume only 1/4 up and the bass up at 1/4 volume. So far the only thing I can say about it is the one I got is nothing but JUNK!
Fender RUMBLE 25 1x8 25W Bass Combo Amp
.The sound from this 8" inch speaker blows me away! Its clean, low, and roars when you want that too.I would have prefered "I thought" to get a larger amp for my bass in the studio but this thing really delivers perfectly, I do wish they had migrated some more features into this level but that aside I would highly recommend this amp to any home studio musician on a budget.
Fender RUMBLE 25 1x8 25W Bass Combo Amp

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