IN VINTAGE FENDER vernacular, “Mustang” is synonymous with “student model,” which to most guitarists also means “basic features,” “competent-but limited performance” and “affordable.” This certainly applied to Fender’s Mustang-branded guitars and basses of the Sixties through the Nineties. However, when Fender introduced its first Mustang amps in 2010, which featured digital modeling technology, “Mustang” took on entirely new definitions, still meaning “affordable” along with “outstanding bang-for-the-buck,” “versatile” and “powerful.” Fender’s new Mustang GTX100 guitar combo amp is the most advanced model in the company’s current Mustang amp lineup, providing impressive professional-quality features and performance at a price within the budgets of most beginners.
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