Fender Frontman 25R
Released June, 2007
The Pros:Fairly easy to use, all the functions are simple and do what you expect them to. Solid electronics, no buzz or hum when nothing is being played. Enough power to be used in smaller venues and keep up with the drums easily on a low volume setting.
The Cons:Turned all the way up it gets a little muddy.
The Fender Frontman 25R is an ultra-small, entry-level guitar amp geared for beginner and professionals alike in need of a budget-friendly practice amp. It builds from the Frontman 10G and Frontman 15G/15R by incorporating a larger 10” Fender Special Design speaker.
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Though its larger and has a greater power handling of 25W, it’s still only recommended for practicing, though it could be used for a relatively small-size performance. Also featured is an auxiliary RCA input, a headphone input jack, and two-channel audio. There is however no FX loop (or any loops whatsoever), and there are no special effects. The distortion is also questionable, as it has a lot of mids, making it a poor choice for heavy metal.
- Frontman Series
- Solid State Amplifier (Black)
- Closed-Back Design
- Skirted Amp Knobs
- 1-10" Fender Special Design Speaker
- Two Channels, 25W Power Handling
- Gain, Over Drive Select Switch
- Drive, Volume, Treble, Bass
- 3-Band EQ
- Auxiliary RCA Input
- Headphone Input Jack
User Reviews (1)
fairly easy to use, all the functions are simple and do what you expect them to
solid electronics, no buzz or hum when nothing is being played
enough power to be used in smaller venues and keep up with the drums easily on a low volume setting
light enough to be carried around to gigs without straining your back
reverb effect ads a great tonality, one of the best available
overall tone is very warm and smooth
turned all the way up it gets a little muddy
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