If you are a purist musician and I say this because I know the music field is particularly prone to having a high incidence of purists, I recommend skipping this post and hoping for the next one. On the other hand, if you are interested (or at least do not care) in merging the notes of your instruments with electronic devices and contemporary technologies, this novelty of Fender it will surely fill your eyes as it filled mine, even if I understand both guitars and quantum physics.
The legendary manufacturer of guitars and other sound instruments has launched a new family of amplifiers called Mustang GT, and it brings some news never before seen in this type of product. To begin with, Fender's new creation brings Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connections so you can connect your smartphone to either iOS or Android and make adjustments to presets and pre- and post-amplification effects.
Through the Tone app, available for free from the App Store and Google Play, you can create tones and transfer everything to the Mustang GT, creating effects virtually identical to the analogue of old-school amplifiers. The boxes also feature small LCD screens for viewing levels and the traditional rotary knobs for quick adjustments right on the device. Finally, amplifiers still sometimes make a wireless speaker yes, it is possible to make streaming from your smartphone's audio straight to the Mustang GT via Bluetooth.
The new Fender line comes in three sizes, two models narrow and one mono. The Mustang GT 40 costs $ 250, while the Mustang GT 200 costs $ 600; the Mustang GT 100, the family's only mono model, stands between the other two and comes out for $ 400. The biggest music retailers in the northern hemisphere will start selling new beauties this week.
(tip from @ DestinationBR800)