Amplify Your Practice Sessions with the Mustang LT25 and Rumble LT25
These new amplifiers are ideal for beginners and students.
By Mike Duffy
Whether you're a guitar or bass player (or both!), finding a small practice amplifier that is both easy to use but powerful enough to deliver high-quality tones can be a challenge.
These two fresh Fender amps are ideal for beginners and students, with a light weight and a slew of features perfect for those budding musicians.
The Mustang LT25 boasts a super-simple user interface and a collection of 50 presets covering a wide range of music — a “greatest hits” of electric guitar tones.
The versatile signal chain with high-quality onboard amp and effects models produces amazing tones, making it a great practice amp for home or office for those that don't require the signal-path flexibility and wireless connectivity of Fender’s Mustang GT amps.
“The Mustang LT25 has very high-quality sounds in it, but is designed to be extremely easy to use,” said Fender Director of Product Development (Amplifiers) Shane Nicholas. “Even a beginner can simply spin the preset wheel and find sounds for any kind of music.
"This is the first guitar amp in this price range that has the luxury of a full-color LCD display. This, along with the simplified control set, helps users to navigate or write presets with very little effort, and they probably won’t need to read the manual.”
Its cousin is the Rumble LT25, another practice amp with easy-to-use features and great bass sounds. The Rumble LT25 has 50 presets that covers just about any bass tone you'd want, all packaged in a simple control set.
It also has a versatile signal chain with high-quality onboard amp and effects models.
“Our Rumble series amps have been extremely popular for years,” said Nicholas. “Given its wealth of bass-specific amp tones and effects, the luxury of a full-color LCD display, and a simplified control set, the Rumble LT25 is the ideal practice amp for your home or office. Loud and full-sounding, we packed a ton of performance into a small package.”