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  • Fender Mustang 1 Amp

    There has been a Mustang 1 amp on CL recently that I could probably get  for about $50.

    I have a decent amp already so my main interest would be to get started with some recording.

    Right now I have a small mixing board a couple mics and a cassette recorder,basically nothing 

    It's probably time to move out of the 70's. Is a Mustang 1 worth considering


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    $50 sounds about right

    So many guitars, so little time

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      I had one, but gave it to my stepson after I bought a GDec 3 30, which can do so much more.  

      The M1 sounded okay after using the Fender Fuse program to change lots of the initial presets, which sort of suck. Luckily Fuse allows you to easily d/l and install presets that other people have created and shared on the Fender Fuse website.  That's where you can get some really nice tones from.

      If you're planning on using Fuse to fix/replace the stock presets, I'd say go for it.

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        I planned on taking a look at it today but couldn't find time. Maybe next week

        Thanks for all the input, I hope it's not to complicated for me 



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