We first saw them at Winter NAMM in January and now Fender’s all new contemporary digital amplifiers, the Mustang GTX series has been officially launched.
Available in both 50 Watts and 100 Watts, the GTX series amps have the ability to dial in hundreds of tones from a single amplifier, while also being lighter and more accessible. Fender’s all-new modeling amps provide players with a range of incredible-sounding tones in one flexible package.
For the past 70 years, Fender amplifiers have set the industry standard for sound. Along with electric guitars, Fender amplifiers have been on virtually every hit record in the past seven decades and embody the sound of modern music. With the ability to dial in hundreds of tones from a single unit, the Fender digital amplifier line is made up of some of the best-selling models of all time. Complementing the Mustang GTX Series, along with the brand’s entire collection of contemporary-digital amplifiers, is the latest iteration of Fender’s free Fender Tone app; the platform allows users to mimic existing Fender amp tones setups from a smart phone. With a completely redesigned look and feel, plus new amps and effects, Fender Tone 3.0 takes the Mustang GTX to the next level.
The new Mustang GTX series represents everything that Mustang GT promised – great tone, presets, Wifi, Bluetooth, and a looper – while also offering stage-ready cosmetics, improved Celestion speakers and great-sounding cabinets. When paired with the new Fender Tone 3.0 app, the Mustang GTX becomes Fender’s flagship amp for players looking for a wide range of incredible-sounding tones in a flexible, roadworthy and affordable package. The Mustang GTX offers several new effects, amp models, presets, global EQ settings and 7-button footswitching.
“Mustang GTX incorporates decades of research and development, and cutting-edge technology,” said Max Gutnik, VP of Fender Electric Guitars, Basses & Amplifiers. “These new models, effects and new presets will inspire players to explore different guitar styles and experiment with tones for hours.
Meet the Mustang GTX in the video below