Author Topic: Fender Mustang III...one of the worst demos I've seen.  (Read 289 times)

Offline wstagner

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Fender Mustang III...one of the worst demos I've seen.
« on: July 12, 2012, 12:10:43 pm »
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lR3AwhBCrZw

George's Music in CA is a great place to buy from, cept this guy isn't helping them.  Listen to WDR at 1 min 48 secs in.
He should stick to stuff he nose how to play.

Mustang III is a great 100 watt modeling amp for a cheap price.  Check it out.

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Nice to know that GEORGE'S MUSIC is national.   I had
always wondered from the time I purchased my TAMA
DRUM KIT at the local Springfield, Pa. store.

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I was thinking of the George's Music in CA but now that I think about it, that's George Kay's Music in CA I was thinking of.

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Agree 100% with your praise of the Mustang III.  Apparently, almost all the players who've got this amp, love it.  As much as I like my Peavey Valve King all tube amp, I think I would seriously consider getting the Mustang III, if I decide to part with the Valve King.  The guy giving the demo is quite young, and I was impressed that he knew enough to play part of Walk Don't Run, even if his playing made me wince.

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Indeed, the Mustang III is an excellent amp. I nabbed one a couple of years ago when I got tired of schlepping around a Twin Reverb and so many effects pedals to a local bar and grill gig. I won't say it's good for trad surf music - that reverb you hear the demonstrator using is about it - I can't blame the kid fer trying. For trad surf ya gotta go back to the heavy tube amps and a Fender tank. -Marty