The Rumble™ 75 will envelope you in undulating waves of pure bass before you even turn it up very loud. Its powerful tone is the result of pushing 75 watts through a 12” Fender® Special Design Speaker, and adjusted-to-taste overdrive can be blended with pure, clean bass tone for first-rate Fender bass sound. Optional footswitch turns the overdrive on and off. The Rumble 75 also has a pair of EQ presets for chest-pounding punch and pulsing mid-scoop, plus a convenient tilt-back design for improved monitoring. Great sound, style and performance at an unbeatable value.
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Just bought this amp, I was debating on the rumble150 or 350, I wasnt even lookin at the 75 but all of a sudden I didn't feel like spending a lot of money and purchased the rumble75. From being away from playing bass for years, I bought a bass (ibanez gsr200 lefty not alot of options for us cheap leftys) and amp kind of second guessing myself but this amp is good. My last amp was a yorkville bassmaster 100 which was awesome, so now i have this rumble75 and its awesome, plenty of power maybe pushing it with drums though but for a practice amp this is where its at. My favorite feature is the slant cab sounds so much better slanted
I bought this Rumble because I play a 5 string Jazz Bass, and in my opinion, this is the minimum size of Rumble amplifiers line to handle the low B String perfectly. This amp has an earthshaking loud clean sound. The sound is placed somewhere between the Peg and GK amps. Not too modern, but not too vintage. All-around, and great choice for your first bedroom amp. It has Scoop and Punch tone control. The Scoop is absolutely great for chasing the Marcus Miller tone. The punch is rather useless, because it doesn't sound that punchy. The overdrive is tweak-able, and it sounds great too. Poorly, this amp doesn't provide the Send/Return Effect Loop, and it sucks when I have pedal board that fits perfectly into Effect Loop. The Aux Input also has no volume levels, so it stay at the maximum, and sometimes I hate to hear it explode when my Aux jack doesn't fit perfectly to my MP3 Player. Overall, this amp is a great bedroom warrior, and killer mini-gigs companion.
investario owns this item
This amp has a very good sound. I use it with a Fender Precision Bass. It packs a big punch and is very loud. The overdrive channel is good, although you probably won't use it much. This is probably the best bass amp you can buy for the money. It is built strong and durable, like most fender amps. The only bad thing about this amp is that it is very bulky and heavy, and it doesn't have wheels. But overall it is a very nice amp and I recommend it. :)
logan15 owns this item
I have been playing bass for 43 years. I sold my all tube 1980 Fender Studio Bass amp, as I no longer played 'out'. I wanted something good and solid and small that sounded good to take its place. Until recently there was no such thing as a good sounding small bass amp. Good sounding ment BIG; heavy, and expensive. And very, Very LOUD!
Not so anymore. Enter Fender's Rumble 75. It's perfect for what I need. The sound is just incredible for its size & price. The tone sculpting ability of the front end is top notch. I love it. I've had mine for almost a year now without any problems.
linnin owns this item
I am from Russia. This is a good bass amp. Recently, purchased this second hand. The sound is pretty decent. I use it with Jass Bass. I really like it.
Slava64 owns this item
I traded up to this bass amp and have loved it. It has big power and punch for a small package. it also can tilt back like a floor monitor. I play guitar and mandolin mostly and most bass players I jam with just use my amp over their own as it sounds brilliant and has more than enough power to play with acoustic drums and such
|Model Name:||Rumble™ 75 Watt Bass Combo, 1x12" Speaker, Tilt-Back Cabinet, 120V|
|Amplifier Type:||Solid State|
|Controls:||Volume, Overdrive Gain, Overdrive On/Off, Overdrive Blend, Bass, Low Mid, High Mid, Treble, Mid Scoop Switch|
|Inputs:||Two - (1/4", Input 2 is at -6dB)|
|Line Out:||One - (1/4")|
|Channels:||One - (with Selectable Overdrive)|
|Cabinet Material:||7-Ply 3/4" Medium-Density Fibreboard|
|Pilot Light Jewel:||Red LED|
|Handle:||Molded Plastic Strap with Nickel-Plated Caps|
|Front Panel:||Painted Metal|
|Grill Cover:||Black Metal Perforated Grille|
|Amplifier Width:||19" (485 mm)|
|Amplifier Height:||21.5" (54.6 cm)|
|Amplifier Weight:||46 lbs. (20.87 kg)|
|Speaker:||One - 12" Fender® Special Design|
|Unique Features:||3-Band EQ (with semi-parametric midrange controls), "Mid Scoop" Switch, Delta Comp Adaptive Compression Circuitry, Auxilliary Input for CD/MP3 or Drum Machine, Effects Loop (Preamp Out/Power Amp In), Headphone Jack, Line Out Jack, Ported Cabinet, Black Vinyl Covering, Rugged Black Metal Grille, Oversized Plastic Corners|
|FootSwitch:||Optional 1-Button Footswitch|
|Knobs:||Round Black Plastic with White Dot Marker|
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