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ibanez or fender

Discussion in 'Amps and Cabs [BG]' started by beni_25, Apr 23, 2009.


  1. Fender Rumble 100/115

    17 vote(s)
    85.0%
  2. Ibanez SWX100

    3 vote(s)
    15.0%
  1. beni_25

    beni_25

    Aug 13, 2008
    hey sorry for yet another amp vs amp thread but im in a sticky situation.

    I am getting a new amp VERY soon (today most likely) and going to be saving alot on one of the two amps i buy because its old stock. I would try them both but unfortunately they are located at different shops and i havnt got time to visit both shops as they are far from each other. The amps that are available to me are either the Fender rumble 100/115 or the Ibanez SWX100. Both are 100 watts with 15 inch speaker.

    Since i can only go to have a look at one of them, based on those specific models and the brands, which would you say is overall better and worth my time.
     
  2. MIJ-VI

    MIJ-VI Banned Supporting Member

    Jan 12, 2009
    Ibanez SWX100

    100 Watt Deducated Bass Amp
    15” Speaker And Piezo Horn Tweeter With On/Off Switch
    Active 3-Band EQ with HUE Control
    Auto-Comp Circuit Shape Switch and bright Switch Master Volume Control
    CD/MP3 Inputs
    Headphones Out
    Direct Out (XLR Type) with Pre/Post Switch and Ground Lift Switch Line Out
    Effects Send And Return
    Closed Back with Casters
    20.5”w X 26.9”h X 12.3”d
    Weight: 53.4lbs

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    Fender rumble 100/115

    Series Rumble™ Series
    Type Solid State Bass Amplifier Combo
    Output 100 Watts into 4 ohms
    Ohms 4 ohms
    Speakers 1-15" Fender® Special Design 4 ohm, 150 watt Speaker,
    1-High Frequency Piezo Horn
    Channels 1 Channel
    Features 4-Band EQ,
    "Mid Scoop" Button,
    Auxilliary Input for CD, Tape or Drum Machine,
    Delta Comp Adaptive Compression Circuitry,
    Effects Loop,
    Headphone Jack,
    XLR Line Out Jack with Level and Ground Lift,
    Ported Cabinet,
    Black Carpet Covering,
    Rugged Black Metal Grille,
    Oversized Plastic Corners
    Controls Passive/Active Switch,
    Mid Scoop Button,
    Volume
    EQ (Low, Low/Mid, High/Mid, High)
    CD Input,

    Effects Loop:
    Preamp Out,
    Power Amp In,

    Headphone Jack,
    Line Level Control,
    XLR Line Out,
    Ground Lift Switch
    Covering Black Carpet with Black Metal Grille
    Weight 60 lbs. (27.21 kg)
    Dimensions Height: 25" (63.5 cm),
    Width: 21" (53.34 cm),
    Depth: 13" (33.02 cm)
     
  3. MIJ-VI

    MIJ-VI Banned Supporting Member

    Jan 12, 2009
    Hi beni_25.

    Where do you live?

    This might make a difference should you ever need to get an amp repaired after its warranty expires.
     
  4. beni_25

    beni_25

    Aug 13, 2008
    I live in wollongong, NSW, australia. The warranty is with the shop i buy it from
     
  5. VisualShock

    VisualShock

    Feb 19, 2008
    North Wales
    I've got the Fender Rumble 60 as my main amp atm (not in a band) and it's just brilliant! it's given me so many different things to work with, i can get so much out of it!

    the rumble series is definitely worth looking at!
     
  6. I would go with the fender simply because Ibanez is a guitar/bass maker, and not an amp maker
     
  7. RickenBoogie

    RickenBoogie

    Jul 22, 2007
    Dallas, TX
    +1 for the Fender. It's a known quantity.
     

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