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Fender Rumble 500 v3 Bass Combo Amplifier


From the company that invented the electric bass amp, The Fender Rumble 500 Combo is a mighty leap forward in the evolution of portable bass -engineered from the ground up, new Rumble amps are lighter and louder than ever, with even more power and a classic Fender vibe. A newly developed foot-switchable overdrive circuit and versatile three-button voicing palette deliver powerful tones ideal for any gig. This amp includes many pro features such as XLR output, effects loop, horn defeat, additional 8 ohm speaker output, overdrive circut and 2 – 10″ speakers.

Product Features

  • Expore bass tones from classic gritty growl to slap-worthy modern punch with the newly-developed overdrive circuit and switchable contour controls
  • A beefy 500 watt class D power amp and ported speaker enclosure pumps volume and deep bass response but keeps this amp very light in weight – only 36.5 pounds!
  • Practice privately with the 1/8″ headphone output jack that also mutes the speaker output.
  • Jam along with your favorite tracks by simply plugging your MP3 player into the 1/8″ Auxiliary input jack and instantly become part of the band.
  • Limited Warranty Included

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Davyo says:

All the Fender Rumbles are great, but Amazon lumped ALL the different Rumble reviews into ONE review thread ???? For some reason Amazon lumped ALL the reviews for EACH DIFFERENT Fender Rumble Combo into ONE review thread ???????Amazon review editors, there are 5 completely different Fender Rumble Bass Combos ranging from a 15watt combo all the way up to a 500watt combo, they ALL have different speaker sizes and ALL have different wattages and ALL are EACH made for a specific use.Amazon, you have made this review of the Fender Rumble Combo Amps very confused to say the very very least…

Jonathan Pass says:

Price-Tone-Weight Ratio – AMP is a Winner !! (gigging musician) I have gigged with this amp for close to a year now (about 30+ shows) and this little guy is amazing in the tone to weight department. For years I played through an Ampeg HLF4x10 cabinet with a Yorkville Bassmaster head 400watt (the tone of this can re-arrange your guts) and I loved it…for the tone, but the rig is beastly heavy and big.I was initially interested in the Rumble 500 with the two 10″ speakers (because I like the punchiness of 10 inch speakers) but when I went to…

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