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Fender Introduces the Mustang LT40S Amp

Fender Introduces the Mustang LT40S Amp

The Mustang LT40S is the newest addition to the popular Mustang LT series and features 40 watts of stereo power, a pair of high-fidelity, and full-range 4-inch speakers.


The Mustang LT40S features a collection of presets covering a wide range of music—a “greatest hits'' of electric guitar tones. The versatile signal chain with high-quality onboard amp and effects models produces amazing tones. With the free Fender Tone®LT desktop app download, use your Mac or PC to edit, store and manage your presets with ease. The Mustang LT40S is a fun, flexible, and easy-to-use modeling amp for any guitarist. It’s the only desktop amp in its class with such a rich feature set

Features

  • 1/8 in (3.5mm) Stereo Auxiliary Input
  • Two 4" Full Range Fender Special Design Speaker
  • Black Textured Vinyl Covering
  • Molded Plastic Strap with Black Powder Coated Caps

Exploring the Fender Mustang LT40S | Fender Amplifiers | Fender

Priced at $229.99. For more information, please visit fender.com.

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