Fender Tone Master

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About Fender Tone Master

The Fender Tone Master is a canny hybrid of vintage vibe and modern technology. A modelling amp for players who don’t like the endless screens and menus of modelling amps. A valve amp for players who don’t like the weight or limitations of valve amps.

Under the hood, the Fender Tone Master is a digital amp powered by a mammoth quad core processor. On the front panel, however, you would never guess as they are identical to their valve equivalents. This makes dialling in your sound a breeze because, well, you’ve done it a thousand times before on a Fender amp!

The true nature of the Tone Master is only revealed on the back panel. This boasts a power attenuator for home practice, a DI with impulse responses, and a mute switch for silent recording. Another dead giveaway that this is not the valve amp it is masquerading as is how incredibly light the Fender Tone Master is. Using a lightweight neodymium speaker and pine cabinet, you don’t need to be Arnold Schwarzenegger to lift a Fender Twin above your head!

Why Choose a Fender Tone Master?

  • Modelling amp with valve vibe and usability
  • Incredibly lightweight
  • Powerful quad core processor for realistic tones

Frequently Asked Questions about Fender Tone Master

Question: Are Fender Tone Master amps good for home use?
Fender Tone Master amps are ideal for home use. This is because they have a power attenuator which enables you to reduce the power output to 0.2 watts, meaning you can shred at a whisper!
Question: Are fender tone master amps good for recording?
Fender Tone Master amps are perfect for recording. They sound great in the room so traditional recording techniques using microphones get great results. The Tone Master also has a DI out which has the option to use impulse responses of classic microphones - the Shure 57 and Royer 121 - which enables high quality direct recording. The Tone Master is also set up for silent recording because it has a mute switch which disables the speaker but not the DI.
Question: Where are Fender Tone Master amps made?
Fender Tone Master amps are made in Mexico.
Question: How much does the Fender Tone Master weigh?
The Fender Tone Master Deluxe Reverb weighs 10.4kg and the Twin weighs 15kg. This is about half the weight of their valve equivalents!