How about some helpful and encouraging discussions about these bass modeling amps? Not a club, just a thread where owners, users, or shoppers can ask questions or just talk about what they like, or would like to understand, about these versatile amps. The Fender Rumble LT25, introduced in 2019, and the Studio 40 and Stage 800, introduced in 2018, are the current incarnations, and expansion, of the bass modeling amp line that began in 2006 with the Fender B-DEC 30 and continued with the Fender Bronco 40 in 2011. The Rumble Stage 800 broke new ground as a large gigging bass modeling combo amp capable of outputting 800 clean continuous watts into either one, or two(!), 8 ohm extension cabinets, in addition to it's internal speakers. The Rumble LT25 is the newest model which makes a subset of the Stage & Studio modeling presets available to the practicing, or beginning, bassist at a very affordable price. I have owned, gigged, and enjoyed, a Fender B-DEC 30 for over 10 years. I finally gave up waiting for it to develop a problem, as an excuse really, and bought a Fender Rumble Studio 40 anyway just a few months ago. I like many, though not nearly all, of the preset sounds from the B-DEC. But I like SO many more of the Studio's presets. And the Tone App on my phone makes controlling the Studio a great deal more convenient. And, luckily for me, the same 4-button footswitch I've been using for the B-DEC works like a charm with the Studio! Fender even sent me a free magnetic overlay for the footswitch that updates the buttons' labels. Alas, I've never delved very deeply into tweaking, or creating, presets. A shortcoming of mine that, perhaps, this thread can encourage me to overcome? What do you think?