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Fender Launches New Tone Master Pro Digital Workstation

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The compact multi-effect system features accurate analog sounds, an 8-Core CPU, and USB connectivity.


This amp modeling workstation is designed to allow players to harness endless tonal possibilities, all contained in a powerfully intuitive and easy-to-use interface. The award-winning Tone Master amplifier series, originally debuted in 2019 with the introduction of the Tone Master Twin Reverb and Tone Master Deluxe Reverb, marked a new frontier in digital amplification. The tone, feel, responsiveness and character of the Tone Master Series amplifiers are intended to be virtually indistinguishable from their original tube counterparts, featuring the exceptional tonal qualities of their legendary predecessors with modern capabilities for today’s musician.

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Features

  • Authentic Tones: Featuring over 100 of the world’s most popular amps and effects, we’ve included all of the classic Tone Master Fender models, the first officially licensed EVH 5150 III Stealth model, and other can’t-live without classics that have all been perfectly replicated using our proprietary Tone Master modeling process. Additionally, Tone Master Pro is loaded with a huge collection of presets covering multiple genres that sound amazing right out of the box.
  • Intuitive Interface: With a large 7" full-color touchscreen, dual-function footswitch/encoders with LCD scribble strips and its instantly familiar graphics, Tone Master Pro makes tone creation easy so you can spend more time playing than programming.
  • Unprecedented Power: Tone Master Pro is powered by a massive 8-core processor, enabling you to load up large multi-amp and effects signal chains with ease. Tone Master Pro’s powerful architecture allows for seamless, latency-free preset changes, allowing your delay and reverb trails to spill over naturally.
  • Total Control: Built to integrate intuitively into your existing setup and inspire sonic exploration right out of the box. Tone Master Pro can be paired with your favorite external effects pedals and amps, or function as the centerpiece of your recording studio. Expand its power and flexibility with the Tone Master Pro Control App on Mac and PC, to edit, store, and share your favorite creations with Fender’s community of players and artists.

Exploring the Tone Master Pro | Fender

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