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Works amazing with Mighty Lite BT after firmware modernize and pairing both midi and sound. Would be amazing if you could shop a library of settings in the app, and even better if you could share and settings from other users. More jam tracks / ability to add your own tracks would also be great.
Works amazing after Firmware Update! At first the amp did nothing, it wouldnt really truly even recognize the Mighty Lite BT. So I plugged in a USB to my computer, followed the firmware modernize info, which was super simple and fast and was up and running with the amp in small time at all. Would give 5 stars if the application could sync and then push the firmware.
.. sucks. I updated the amp firmware and reinstalled the application and it STILL won't save my settings or allow me control the drums. It was working at first but they messed it up and there's no tech support. I'm going to test to return this amp. There's no point in having an application if you can't use it. The instructions are stupid too. It's supposed to create practicing either instead of wasting my time.
guys if you r having issues with connection create sure your phone's Bluetooth and location(GPS) is switched on and check that your zone is in high accuracy......and provide all permissions......its a amazing amp ........i was struggling to connect at first.......lol;)………
I had hoped that this would be a amazing primer for a novice interested in knowing how amps work and learning about the technical lineage of guitar amps. It's not. It's more of a book for fans of tube amps, who wish to know more- some info is practical, some is simply ere are three sections to the volume: printed schematics, a CD with 800 more schematics and, then, what might better be considered as the book.About half the book is an alphabetical run down of the biggest and most necessary amp makers in the history of guitar amps. It's broken out by manufacturer and gives some detailed analysis of the evolution of their most famous amps. It's not particularly consistent, from manufacturer to manufacturer, in what kinds of info it deems necessary to mention. It's sort of like sitting around with a knowledgeable, old uncle who talks amps- interesting, but a small all over the place. I'd have far preferred if the section was chronological and covered the technical lineage of e other half of the book are a series of articles taken from guitar magazines or drafted originally for this book. The articles cover everything from general safety warnings when working on an amp, to some discussions about particulars of certain tubes to amp mods, etc. Some articles are quite detailed, most are not. Like the previous section, it's patchy in its depth and breadth of information. Current fans of tube amps that are looking to learn more hints and tricks may search the 2nd half of the book helpful, but they may also search all that information on the web, as they need it.I had hoped that the book would walk a novice reader through some of the simpler schematics. It doesn't.
Apen Pitman knows his tube amps. Period. I lost my first copy, and had to search another to replace it. Well worth my hard earned money. I love the huge spiral bound format in this latest release, so the pages lay flat when opened. Dozens of newer and vintage schematics of famous amps, both inside, and online for download. I cant live without this well written book.
After hearing Rockafeller Skank by Fatboy Slim, I purchased this CD because I thought it was going to be filled with rave techno and such...Well it's not, it's composed mostly from Rap-remixes which really created me say "Dammit! This CD sucks, I wish my back!!!" Not only is this CD loaded with talenteless compilations, MTV has the nerve to edit original lyrics out of a lot of songs!!! (which makes them even less original) Even though I dislike these songs, out of respect for the artists, I do believe that a song should stay in it's original composition (hell, would you stand for a amazing Van Gogh or Warhol masterpiece that has black tape over "indecent" areas?!?!?!) Who's to say what is appropriate in music?...they sure arent, the artist is. So to sum it all up, this CD sucks, and it's probably the fault of the money-hungry sellout known as MTV, who is trying to form every type of melody into one mold that we call "Top 40".
Well.. AMP 1 was alright... but now there goes MTV trying to fit electronica melody into a box of what they like... this is a bunch of rap songs remixed into even worse rap songs... MTV leave electronica alone... go check out Aphex Twin, Squarepusher, Christopher Lawrence if you wish some true music.
do not help this cd, it is another attempt at turning a youth culture into something marketable. mtv does not care about the music, the culture, or anything else. if you are looking for a dance melody compilation, check out something place out by moonshine, sm:)e, or any of the other tons of little independent labels that actually care about the melody and culture, and are not in it simply for the money. if we work together, we can destroy mtv. we've got the power.
Very very unreliable in my experience. To be honest, I think the IDEA of the mustang modelling amp, and part of the execution of it is amazing. But one of the key components for me was the ability to connect via Bluetooth and control the amp that method so i dont have to be sitting on top of it. However, the connection is not good (from maybe 4 feet away), the application keeps freezing up on my fresh model phone. It is unbearable and frustrating to use. Any tip is greatly appreciated thanks Fender.
GT40 just arrived.... APP installed... But after the SN request and Amp selection.. The App close without error.... No method to have it work I obtain to the register step, BT and Wi-Fi connection (success) and when I enter the serial number hit enter the application crashes. I've done it at least 20 times. So I can even use the amp with the phone which was the whole reason why I bought the dang thing.
The application crashes on pressing enter after typing in my amp serial code. I've followed the link you have posted for others with the same problem, however the www service doesn't recognise my fender account. I've used the on amp cloud preset setting, but would like to use the app. Please fix this bug. I've been to your link, several days ago and still haven't heard back
I have the GT40. Application and Amp pairing continues to work on Google Pixel. Able to utilize amp for all Bluetooth playback use and amp controls including fine tuning and saving. Also able to pair up application and phone with any offsite updated GT amps (such as the GT100 in the store) without any problems as long as that bluetooth setting is on and is updated. very cool concept. amazing sounds from this small thing. impressive tones.
I just got the GT100 and cannot obtain the application to connect to the amp. I obtain to the register step and when I enter the serial number hit enter the application crashes. I've done it at least 20 times. So I can even use the amp with the phone which was the whole reason why I bought the dang thing.
Recent ver has improved the Bluetooth connection. However, the issues with the parameters jumping to 10.0 still exists, as does the random renaming of presets. Close, but no cigar, Fender. EDIT: Things much improved in the fresh version, thanks! I noticed one little bug so far, if I go to the Global EQ settings, it goes back to Flat EQ immediately
The concept is awesome and you search amazing presets online but the application is a waste of time. Crashes every time I begin it the first time and test to set a preset and keeps pushing all the effects levels to 10 and is frustrating. Please fix that issue with the levels .
This is a amazing app! I can use it with the amp in true time through bluetooth connection, but sometimes my phone can't connect to the amp immediately, it needs for me to reset my phone until it connects instantly with the amp. I suggest to improve the bugs more from this issue. But it works amazing for me. A lot of thanks to the developer of this Fender Tone app...
Recent modernize 5 minute ago just erased all of my presets. Extremely unhappy with the product. I think folks should just go with anything but huge brand names theses days as every huge brand name I have bought in the latest year has had not good quality and cost me a few thousand dollar's and heartache. Gibson epiphone fender gretch zoom boss your not relevant anymore. And that sad.
UPDATE: Change from 3 to 5 stars. Sorry Fender for not giving you a fair shake. Works 100% now. Well designed and useful app. Helpful in faster navigation of presets. As a older user it is easier to read on a the smartphone than the amp to edit. Moving presets and Creating names for them are much easier because of this app. Older post: Wonky AF. Connects 1/2 the time other 1/2 not useable. Still has firmware/app issues. Tells me to modernize firmware 1/2 The time just updated it few hours ago.
**UPDATE from review below. DO NOT TURN ON BLUETOOTH. In Fenders Wisdom when they give you the "Childish instructions" to create sure your bluetooth is turned on. What they don't tell you - DO NOT CONNECT YOUR AMP VIA BLUETOOTH. Allow the application do the work - The application will search the amp. Still not giving 5 stars - NOT COMPATIBLE WITH FIRE HD10 Bluetooth is showing connected amp and phone (lg g6) I the application and sign in. Scans for the amp and can't search it gives me the childish instructions on how to do it and shows a re-scan button. ALSO NOT AVAILABLE ON AMAZON FIRE HD 10.. States it is not compatible - I have the google playstore on my Fire HD10 - NO application available on amazon.
This application SUCKS -- I avoid using it as much as possible. It constantly crashes, and whether it crashes or not, it remains resident in the phone's memory. Sometimes I have to clear four Tone Apps from the phone's memory at the same time. Bluetooth connectivity also sucks. It rarely connects automatically, and it's a long, messy multi-menu process to connect manually and obtain back to what you're doing. I now own three of these perfect amps, and I love them -- but I'll avoid using the application as much as possible. Is anybody at Fender listening? I see no evidence These perfect amplifiers are crippled by this suckhole of an app, Fender Oh, and the friendly, helpful answer below provides a dead email address. Well done.
I uploaded the fresh firmware and now my android device hooks up with no glitches at all. I have been busy creating fresh presets and editing others ever since. I love the sound of my mustang gt 100 (that Celestion speaker is great) and I am VERY impressed with how easily you can make presets or edit the factory presets. You won't be disappointed in this amp. I highly recommend it to a hobbyist or pro.
I found several problems in ver 1.7.0 1. approx. 8 out of 10 times it fails to connect via bluetooth 2. approx 1 out of 3 times bluetooth amp look-up fails 3. when editing 2 or more configs in an effect, then the previous values are overridden. E.g. tweak gain 5 -> 7, tweak volume 6 -> 8 result: gain: 0 4. infinite loading spinner when navigating back from result edit screen (had to fully reset the app, and re-connect again with bluetooth..) 5. white full screen blink when navigating back from result config screen 6. white full screen blink when navigating back from result item config screen (the screen where I tweak the level between 1-10) 7. when duplicating a preset, the result chain does not present (on the amp its loaded) previous ver was more stable bluetooth wise I think... amp version: 1.6.36 tested on devices: - xiaomi redmi 3s prime, android device os 6.0.1, - nexus 7 tablet, android device os 6.0.1 4,5,6 happened only on my xiaomi
As an active horn player, I am,of course, a fan of Genghis Barbie. Not only do they bring the best classical technique to contemporary music, but they do so with a high level of musicality. Best of all, they share the fun they are having playing together with their listeners.I did not this album for myself, but for a young horn player in my section. I bought it for a young woman who plays in my horn section. I wanted her to hear Genghis Barbie for herself. I wanted her to hear how serious horn players have fun with one another without compromising their musical e was delighted.
Nice coffee table book. With a listing of a lot of amps and another section with prints of selected, famous schematics- HOWEVER , it DOES NOT CONTAIN the CD anymore 🤬Instead, they give a key code and an errata sheet with a www service to go to to look up the schematics that use to be on the CD. So now I still have to use the internet to obtain to the rest of the schematics that had been included with this $40.00 book! @#$%es me off to no end because I wish to hold the book - does anybody reading this have the CD and can burn a copy of it for me?The damn book still refers to the included CD ... see image of the first foldout in the Schematics Section.Take a breath ... in hale, exhale... actually it is not that bad.. the files can be downloaded...I posted images of the included printed schematics index. I also found an index for the ‘included disk’ printed on the latest page. See image .. but no CD- now you have to got to a website.... I wanted the CD as a LOCAL LIBRARY ITEM!4 stars - (I was going to give 2 stars ,but found that the online files have a ‘download’ button) because info is now left out 🤬😤 or, at minimal, not immediately available.I went to the www service and entered in my 16 digit code... it seems that the file contents may be downloaded in sections... so maybe there is a method to obtain them stored locally - I still need to test that.I also posted some iPhone screen shots of a fast browse in one of the sections on the h printed and online schematics vary in quality from perfect to difficult to read, based on what was used as the original image.
Amazingly, I have bought items from Aspen Pittman now, and used it in my own amps. The best part of this book is the CD ROM of schematics. Okay they are on the web now, but, sometimes the internet goes down, and its a decent assortment. He touches on a lot of amp makers, and glosses over their history, and their better amps.
...I still listen to this CD from time to time. Nah, I don't like every track. And yeah, I can search everything on here somewhere else. When I bought this, I was 19, didn't have a lot of loot, and wanted a few of the tracks. Now that I look back, I'm glad I did. "Rockafeller Skank" is an absolute techno classic. The Way Man/Prodigy track is beautiful good. "Battleflag" is a nifty one-hit-wonder track. The JB remix is fun, and definitely Aphrodite. The "Sexy Boy" remix is almost scary ("wanna go for a ride? only 25c"). The Goldie versus KRS-One track is, IMHO, the best techno-rap crossover ever. "Circles" is solid. I love Roni Size and Propellerheads. And the hidden Chemical Brothers track is interesting, if not amazing. All in all, this is a fun album, full of amazing hits (with a few stinkers in between, unfortunately). I would recommend this album, even now, to someone who is just learning about "electronica" and wants to experience a lot of various forms of the genre in one simple sitting.
For all those who loved the first AMP album, you will be greatly disappointed. There are only two amazing songs on this album: The Rockafeller Skank, and Brown Paper Bag. Otherwise, the entire CD blows. Nowadays, The Rockafeller Skank is on a number of other compilation CD's as well as the Fatboy Slim album, so don't worry not finding this elsewhere. I don't know what MTV was thinking when they decided to place their name on this CD. Were they thinking that electronica fans are just sheep and will listen to anything they place on the followup of Amp1 (which is an outstanding group of special works)? Save your on this one. I'm sorry for all those who bought it and don't know what to do with it now. I sure don't know.
Totally useless. Cannot connect with the GT40 since I bought the GT40 latest January 2018. Tried several GT40 and Tone updates, various permutations on installation and setup, and even had Fender email help with suggestions up till October and still no connection. In the end, Fender help suggested that the GT40 may be defective and have it fixed to a repair facility possibly paying additional for quality control issue! Lots of time wasted. Doubtful if I'll ever make batter to a GT100.
Horrible app, requires zone for Bluetooth?! This makes no sense, why does Bluetooth require location? There's something fishy going on with that, I tried it with zone turned on, and even THEN it doesn't work. The www service mentions Bluetooth as a feature, sadly enough, it simply doesn't work and is useless, basically false advertisement.