The Rumble 100 combo is the Big Daddy of Fender's new Rumble Series, and – for good reason. Featuring 100 watts of power being delivered via a Fender Special Design 15 inch speaker and horn, the Rumble 100 produces more boom for the buck than any other combo. Its killer tone can be shaped via its Bass, Treble and two Mid controls, including a Mid Scoop control for thumb-style slapping and popping.
Dimensions: 25 x 21 x 13 inches, 60 lbs.
Displaying attributes usually found on more expensive amplifiers, Rumble Series combos feature carpet covering, oversized plastic corners, metal grille and the new Fender Bass Amplification logo. Also, the Rumble 100, 60 and 25 combo’s exclusive red stage light pulsates with your playing to inspire you to get better faster! Available in four different models, Rumble Series combos have the tones and features demanded by pro players, yet are affordable enough for beginning bassists.
Founded in 1946, Fender Musical Instruments Corporation has been an American icon for over 50 years. In that time, Fender’s contribution to the evolving sound of contemporary music has been global and continuous. By introducing the first commercially viable solidbody electric guitar, the first electric bass and countless classic amplifiers, Fender musical instruments have left their mark on jazz, blues, country, rock and many other styles of popular music.
Today, Fender Musical Instruments Corporation continues to offer its timeless electric guitar designs such as the Telecaster and Stratocaster to players around the world, but the Fender family has grown to include several distinctive musical instrument brands, including Squier, Guild, and Benedetto. At the pinnacle of guitar artistry, FMIC’s Fender Custom Shop in Corona, California, and its Guild Custom Shop in Nashville, Tennessee, offer hand-crafted custom guitars built to suit the tastes of individual players. Since 1995, Guild Guitars has also been a part of FMIC, and the Guild line of American-made acoustic and archtop electric guitars includes Benedetto brand archtop jazz guitars, considered by many to be the finest jazz guitars being made today. FMIC also distributes the Manuel Rodriguez brand of fine Spanish-made classical guitars.
FMIC’s Squier line of guitars, basses, amps and pro audio gear, combined with its full line of Fender acoustic instruments, offer a wide range of fretted instruments for the value-conscious musician. Under the Fender brand, FMIC manufactures a full line of professional-grade guitar and bass amplifiers inspired by its long tradition of innovation. In pro audio, Fender manufactures a complete line of professional sound equipment under the Fender brand, including the innovative Passport portable sound system.