Well, it’s time to switch back to a new amp. This amp is different from other amps, which I have discussed earlier. Now it’s natural to ask the question, “how is it different from other earlier amps?”
Well, the amp offers a variety of sounds. These sounds are the perfect alternative to pedals or stomp boxes. I am the guarantee of that feature. To prove that, I want to share my playing experience.
Some Awesome Specifications:
Presets and effects:
This Mustang LT-25 has 30 built-in presets. With these presets, I could play my post-rock backing track to a thrash metal solo project. Wait! That’s not the end; what I want to tell is its amazing software.
The software works like a digital audio workstation. In that DAW, I could modify the presets. How did I edit it? First, I choose any of the presets then adjusted the EQ dials. When it’s all set, I press the save button. This means, my tone is ready to rock.
Like Mr. Rick Hein said (the certified guitar amp tester by Fender) “this amp is so far a perfect alternative to Gt” Why? Fender created a poll to know the user experience. In that poll, guitarists wanted a handy and straightforward model amp. In their opinion, “we want something compact.”
And that is how the idea of LT-25 hit. I am not saying that GT could not fulfill their dream. Instead, the guitar player wanted a lightweight amp. So the manufacturer had taken the demand in their notebook.
For example, the USB interface allows a user to update the firmware. Fender provides the update based on consumer needs. This update brings a huge change. According to my experience, this 25-watt amp sounds better last month.
Fenders’ recent updates have improved the tone quality and preset sound. For instance, the number two presets called “the silky solo” sound crunchier than before. My Les Paul seemed happy when I was playing the preset.
I have probably talked a lot about the sound, right? Nothing to do, it’s my job to explain the benefits. As a part of my job, I want to write more about the physical part of this amp. Fender has used the Alder wood in this amp. This is the reason behind a super smooth sound.
If you want to check the facts, then take a look at LEO Fender’s biography. He was a fan of Alder wood. During his guitar-playing career, he spent a lot of time behind improving the sound quality. And now you see the result.
So, I will not recommend this amp until you check the amazon detail. But before that, check the pros and cons first.
- Amazing sound.
- Presets are compact.
- Dedicated knobs.
- It is not better if you have a budget for Mustang GT
No comment. Why? From pro to beginner everyone praised the effects and sound quality. I used it as an alternative to the processor. So, the decision is yours.