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Rumble 15 - Rumble Series 15 Watt Bass Amp (V3)

SKU: # 410236   |   Model: # 237-0100-000   |    Product Reviews9 Reviews  Write a Review

Rumble 15 - Rumble Series 15 Watt Bass Amp (V3)

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Rumble 15 - Rumble Series 15 Watt Bass Amp (V3)
Rumble 15 - Rumble Series 15 Watt Bass Amp (V3)
Rumble 15 - Rumble Series 15 Watt Bass Amp (V3)
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The all-new Rumble Series is a mighty leap forward in the evolution of portable bass amps.

Dont let its diminutive stature fool you Rumble 15 uses every last electron of its 15 watts to pump out a surprisingly rich and balanced sound. Whether its for an acoustic gig or backstage rehearsal, Rumble 15 delivers legendary Fender tone in a remarkably portable package.

Electronics
Controls: Volume, Bass, Mid, Treble
Voltage: 120V
Wattage: 15 Watts @ 8 ohms
Inputs: One - 1/4"
Auxiliary Input: 1/8" Stereo
Headphone Jack: 1/4" Stereo
Channels: One

Hardware
Pilot Light Jewel: Red LED
Handle: Molded Plastic Strap with Nickel-Plated Caps
Front Panel: Painted Metal
Grill Cover: Black Textured Vinyl Covering with Silver Grille Cloth
Amplifier Depth: 8" (20.32 cm)
Amplifier Width: 14.96" (37.99 cm)
Amplifier Height: 14.96" (37.99 cm)
Amplifier Weight: 16 lbs. (7.26 kg)

Speakers
Speaker: One - 8" Fender Special Design
Impedance: 8 ohms

Miscellaneous
Unique Features: Classic Fender styling, soft-touch radio knobs, removable front grille, sealed cabinet.

Accessories
Knobs: Ivory Soft Touch Radio Knobs

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Very good value 2 of 2 customers found this review helpful
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Closest Store   Toronto (Danforth), Ontario
I wanted to sit in my basement, watch a ball game, and quietly practice scales or just noodle, without having to wear headphones or drag my cabinet out of the music room. This little guy is a great solution. It isn't loaded with features, and it doesn't sound fantastic, but it's exactly what I wanted. To be clear, it's a $120 (at time of writing) combo. Other reviewers seem to have had high expectations, and of course they were disappointed. This one is for unobtrusive practice and solo fun. Probably insufficient for jamming, unless you're in a pretty low-key situation. Still, it is rather louder than I expected. If your expectations are realistic it is a very good value.
Posted by Darrell on Jun 12, 2023
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Kinda crappy 2 of 5 customers found this review helpful
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Closest Store   Prince George, British Columbia
I bought mine about two years ago so its no longer under warranty. I only used it when I wanted to practice with headphones while listening to tunes on my iPhone. It is set up great for that. I probably only used it a dozen times or so, but now it makes a horrible static noise and is unusable. Not worth taking to a repair shop as in my experience it would probably cost more to fix than replace. Poor quality.
Posted by Dennis Smith on Feb 24, 2021
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Great Beginner Amp 2 of 2 customers found this review helpful
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Closest Store   Saskatoon, Saskatchewan
I've owned it for a couple years and haven't had any issues. It's a bit weak in a band setting but that's to be expected with a 15 watt bass amp. This model doesn't have an on board overdrive which the other Rumble models have so if overdrive is important to you then get a pedal or the Rumble 40. I own a Warwick Streamer Rockbass with low output pickups and a Gretsch Junior Jet Bass with high output mini humbuckers that I run through a Fender Downtown Express pedal into the Rumble 15 and it all sounds good. Even without the pedal it sounds great just a bit hard to tame the volume when I'm using my Gretsch. Overall it's a great amp for beginners and bedroom players that don't need a ton of volume.
Posted by anonymous on Feb 20, 2021
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Great Beginner Amp 3 of 3 customers found this review helpful
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Closest Store   Saskatoon, Saskatchewan
This is a marvelous starter bass amp. It has a great 3 band eq, a master volume, and a headphone output. It's weak in a band setting but it's a 15 wart bass amp so that's expected. An on board overdrive like the other Rumble models would be welcome. I have a Warwick Streamer Rockbass with low input pickups and a Gretsch Junior Jet Bass with high output mini humbuckers that I play with a Fender Downtown Express pedal going into the amp and it all sounds great through the amp. If you're just starting or are a bedroom player this amp is a great choice. I've owned it for a couple years and haven't experienced any issues.
Posted by anonymous on Feb 20, 2021
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Powerful. Great for the Price. 4 of 6 customers found this review helpful
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Closest Store   Laval, Quebec
Powerful little amp. Lightweight. Clear and rich tone. Great for traveling or just to practice at home
Posted by Gabe on Oct 13, 2019
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Didn't quite work for me 12 of 12 customers found this review helpful
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Closest Store   Orleans, Ontario
After moving from a home to a condo, I wanted to get a small-ish amp for practice. Overall, this is a great little amp for $100 - as long you're ok with it's limitations. It's very compact and lightweight, is well assembled and finished and sounds quite good at moderate volumes and flat EQ. However, the 8" speaker didn't prove sufficient for my preferences. Although I dabble with in all styles of music, my primary focus is Reggae - especially dub and roots styles. This means rolling the highs and pushing the bass a fair bit to get that reggae sound. Unfortunately, even at moderate volumes, moderate eq settings, and using a passive bass, the speaker breaks-up quite badly. It doesn't appear to be capable of handling its own eq and modest 15W power. I ended-up exchanging this one for the 40W model, and I am pleased with the swap. The 40W is capable of producing the tones I'm looking for without any unwanted artefacts or speaker break-up. It's also surprisingly loud - things in my apartment rattle even with the gain/master almost all the way to the left. I look forward to seeing what this little guy can do when it's cranked-up a bit. If you can spare the scratch, I'd highly recommend looking at the 40W version of the Rumble instead. The 15W is only good for the most basic applications in that it lets you hear what you're playing, but that's pretty much it. Given the speaker issues and limitations at 15W, the 25W doesn't even make sense - it has the same speaker and as a result the extra power just seems like a waste.
Posted by Scott on Apr 5, 2019
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Perfect 'Bass'ic Amplifier 6 of 6 customers found this review helpful
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Closest Store   Surrey, British Columbia
Do you need a bass amplifier that can you can use to practice at home, jam with the band and record with? This little guy is your best friend. If your drummer is a hard hitter, I would recommend getting the next model up. Thanks, Fender!
Posted by Anonymous on Aug 12, 2018
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Great amp 8 of 8 customers found this review helpful
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Closest Store   Sudbury, Ontario
Bought this in a financial pinch when I retook up the bass. I live in an apartment with neighbours below me. Its loud enough that I had to take the amp off the floor, it shakes the floor very well and holds a good tone even with a deep 5th string. Very very light weight. It was great to start, need a tad more oomph to gig with but with a mic infront of it its still clear.
Posted by Andrew on Mar 8, 2018
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prefect for home 20 of 20 customers found this review helpful
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Closest Store   North Vancouver, British Columbia
married this to a Traben Choas Four and the sound is perfect. loud enough to shake the walls and quite enough to keep the kids asleep.
Posted by ADH on Nov 29, 2015
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