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Paramedic102
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10/17/2013 12:26 am
I currently have a Breedlove Acoustic with an internal pick-up. I'm looking at picking up a hollow body Ibanze Artcore in November. I mainly play at home and on the front porch. So I'm looking for one that wont send me to the dog house by my family and also economical wise.

I'm looking at getting a Fender Mustang I V.2 for starters. Then next year I'm looking at a Kustom Sienna 30-watt acoustic amplifier. Does anyone here have any information on these two amplifiers? Are they a good choice for my purpose?

Thanks.
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Rogerd99
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10/17/2013 1:21 am
Yes with the Fender Mustang 1 it's hard to go wrong, it's a modeling amp and with a few turns of the knob almost any style of tone can be achieved, also with the Fender Fuse, online patches can also be downloaded. I have one it's not my primary day to day amp but it see's some use in the living room.
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10/17/2013 5:32 pm
Ive been using the Fender Mustang I for about 3 or so months. Well worth it. Pair it with the Fuse software and a computer and thousands of preset sounds can be downloaded for free. Can not recommend this amp enough.
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10/18/2013 12:05 am
Thanks for both of your help. I will definitely get the Fender Mustang.
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10/19/2013 10:03 am
Originally Posted by: ThorfinnFriskenIve been using the Fender Mustang I for about 3 or so months. Well worth it. Pair it with the Fuse software and a computer and thousands of preset sounds can be downloaded for free. Can not recommend this amp enough.

Are they tube amps
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10/19/2013 11:14 am
no they are modeling amps
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10/19/2013 5:11 pm
What he said.
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10/20/2013 4:31 pm
Check out the Fishman Loudbox amps as well for great transparent clean amplification. They're light and powerful with pretty good build quality. Even the basic 60watt is loud for most applications.
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