Fender Frontman 15B Reviews
This amp is ideal if you are a beginner, and for practicing alone, but if you are just taking up bass and thinking of playing quite frequently with a drummer then buy a 30 watt. The headphone jack is excellent, but has a big jack so unless you have a set of headphones that have a big plug, then pick up a headphone jack converter for an extra 2 b... [read more on Audiofanzine]Beginner with experience rated this unit on 2004-02-28.
This is an awesome amp for starters. It is a quality product for a low price. [read more on Audiofanzine]Marc Gagne rated this unit on 2003-12-31.
All in all a good practice amp. It was the best, then it wasnt, now the re-issue is a serious contender. For under one hundered pounds, check out this, the Marshall or the Laney. This is possibly the longest review Ive ever written you know. Well it wasnt, until I added that last sentance, which is now not the last sentance but the penultimate... [read more on Audiofanzine]Jack Elliott (Ignorance Bassist) rated this unit on 2003-07-30.
I think that the frontman 15B is the perfect amp for the begining bass player like myself. I have come a very long way since i first started playing and the an=mp that I have has only helped me out. [read more on Audiofanzine]Thomas George rated this unit on 2002-02-11.
this is definitely a good beginner bass amp, i got this when i was 15 and i still have it~ that's a bit strange, because i'm used to playing on ampeg cabinets. overall a good deal if you need some home practice without waking up the neighbors or, for you teenagers, your parents. [read more on Audiofanzine]aznnebulon rated this unit on 2001-12-02.
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