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Fender hails Band-Master VM head review
The device was the subject of a write-up in this month's edition of Guitar World magazine and drew strong praise from the publication.
Indeed, writer Eric Kirkland noted that the guitar amp offers "touch sensitivity, extremely articulate and clean overdrive and integrated digital effects".
He stated that the Band-Master VM recreates the "lean tones" of earlier versions, while adding a modern gain voice and digital effects.
Mr Kirkland said this allows electric guitar players to enjoy a range of inspiring and organic tones, suitable for genres as diverse as contemporary rock and classic blues.
Fender has drawn attention to the favourable review by publishing extracts on its website.Posted on 29 Dec 2009 17:00 to category : Instruments News
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