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Note moyenne :3.8( 3.8/5 sur 4 avis )
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Cible : Débutants Rapport qualité/prix : Excellent
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frankyp03/11/2009

L'avis de frankyp

Fender Bullet
Voir ci dessus
bon 15 W transistors mieux que les marshall du même type.
<strong><span style="text-decoration: underline;">canal saturé super</span></strong> à petit volume. clair impeccable.
Les 15 W impressionnent vraiment si on met un HP supplémentaire ! tu peux répéter avec sans pb !! dommage que le HP d'origine soit pas un 10" mais un 8"!
et pas de reverb

UTILISATION

Cf ci dessus.
Manque juste une reverb.

SONORITÉS

Le bullet est costaud et super pour le travail à petit volume , ou même le  boeuf occasionnel ou la repet si on rajoute un baffle 112 et même 212 ! on a l'impression d'un 50 W ou 100W transistor .
Quand on branche un HP ext , on coupe le HP de l'ampli .
ET LA !!! on reconnait plus l'ampli. J'ai fait des test d'écoute à des potes qui voyaient pas sur quoi je jouais : bluffés complet.
Au fait qui prétend que fender sait pas faire les distos ???

AVIS GLOBAL

Je l'ai depuis 1996 : pas un pb !! Je ne m'en séparerais certainement pas !
Flex le groove18/11/2005

L'avis de Flex le groove

Fender Bullet
Ampli 15W transistor
2 canaux, un clean et un overdrive.
Un EQ classique (bass, middle, treble)
un sortie casque et une sortie pour un bffle supplementaire

UTILISATION

Simplissime!
Petit, leger ideal pour jouer dans sa chambre d'étudiant ou pour le prendre en voyage.

SONORITÉS

Le son est convenable pour ce type d'ampli.
Le son clair fait l'affaire et la saturation peut aller d'un simple "crunch" a qqchose qui s'approcherait d'un son metal.
Manque eventuellment une petite reverb pour rendre le packaging complet

AVIS GLOBAL

C'est tres convenanble, mieux que les marshall du meme type pour faire une comparaison.
Robuste, c'est un ami passe partout.
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iamqman12/07/2011

L'avis de iamqman (contenu en anglais)"Bullet right through this amp"

Fender Bullet
This little amp was one of Fender's first offering int he world of DSP technology. This is the computer based amps that would use an multiple effects and the better bit rating for the effects. Today's DSP chips amps have a better processor and the ability to hook up to your computer and use the software to change you tone and settings. To me these amps are a little goofy and I just don't see the point. This amp is pretty cheap on the market and fizzled out quickly when it was first produced.

UTILIZATION

TYPE Solid State
OUTPUT 15 watts into 8 ohms
OHMS 8 ohms
SPEAKERS 1-8" Fender Special Design Speaker, p/n 0994808002
CHANNELS Dual Selectable Channels (Normal and Drive)
FEATURES DSP Effects: Reverb, Delay, Chorus, Flange, Tremolo,
Independent Gain and Master Controls in the
Drive Channel,
16 Position FX Selection
, Headphone Jack,
IEC Grounding Type Power Supply Cord
CONTROLS Normal Channel:Volume,Drive Channel:Gain, Drive Select Switch, Volume, Treble,Mid,Bass,Effects
COVERING Black Textured Vinyl with Dark Black/Silver Grille Cloth
WEIGHT 15 lbs. (6.80 kg)
DIMENSIONS Height: 12.5" (31.75 cm),
Width: 13.25" (33.65 cm),
Depth: 7.25" (18.41 cm)
POWER HANDLING N/A
TUBE COMPLEMENT N/A
SHIPPING WEIGHT 28 lbs
COVER None
ACCESSORIES None

SOUNDS

The tone of this amp is not that great. The pure clean tone isn't that bad but when you add and type of distortion it gets fairly muddy and fizzy. he tone of the distortion is very fizzy sounding. Not at all appealing to the ears.

There are a lot of effects built into this amp like Reverb, Delay, Chorus, Flange, Tremolo. All of these effects sound pretty good and that isn't in question, the question I can seem to find answered is why does most Fender solid state amp's distortion play out to be not unusable. I mean the tone of the overdrive is just lousy and unusable. This amp is a big tonal let down, but not that the bar was set very high going into it.

OVERALL OPINION

The tone of this amp is a big pass as much as it is for the whole amp. This amp can be ha on the used market for well under $100. I have seen them for around $35 and people wouldn't even bid on them. So if you really need a lousy practice amp you can probably score this one for around $20. Not a bad pick up if you can get it for that price. I do not recommend this amp. If you need a decent practice amp then good Peavey Vypyr.
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mooseherman09/03/2010

L'avis de mooseherman (contenu en anglais)

Fender Bullet
This is a solid-state amp, a medium-sized combo. There is really only an option for practice, and it's a good buy for beginners. It's a 2-channel (clean and distorted), and it's alright, really. It's got 1 1/4" input, it's got 15 watts of power. The picture above may not be accurate, as mine never had a footswitch in.

UTILIZATION

Getting a good sound out of this might take a little time, but that's the same with any amplifier. I think that after an hour or so you'll know where to set it. The manual explains the thing pretty well.

SOUNDS

For a cheap practice amp, this sounds pretty awesome. The distortion is nothing that is going to impress anybody else, but when you're just practicing, this isn't necessary. It's reliable and versatile enough to enable you to practice a wide variety of styles. I'm sure that when it comes to practice, the cleans are satisfactory for most people, and the distortions even more so (if you're a fan of distortion). If you're not a fan of distortion, or you already have pedals, then this might not be for you. You'd be better off getting a better clean sound and using the pedal if you have one. The sound is a little flat so it can get old sometimes, but for a really small solid-state, it's a nice enough sound. The reverb is nice, feels like classic Fender spring reverb.

OVERALL OPINION

This is a solid-state amp, a medium-sized combo. There is really only an option for practice, and it's a good buy for beginners. I think most parents would find this to be a good buy for their kids who are starting to play, as it won't break the bank but it'll still sound respectable. If a kid starts out with really bad gear, he's gonna lose interest in playing really soon. I feel like this would be a great amp for a kid to keep for awhile without losing interest. Even beyond that, it's relatively small, fits in most bedrooms, so it might even be ideal for college kids who want to keep up.