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GUITAR AMPLIFIERS
MUSTANG
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FENDER
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ADVANCED OWNER'S MANUAL
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  • Page 1

    MUSTANG



    BY

    GUITAR AMPLIFIERS

    ADVANCED OWNER'S MANUAL

    FENDER ®



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    MUSTANG™ III/IV/V

    Advanced Manual
    Introduction
    This manual is your step-by-step guide to the advanced
    features found on your Mustang™ III / IV / V amplifier. Turn to
    page 8 for the Mustang I / II advanced manual. For information
    on using Fender® FUSE™, Ableton® Live or Amplitube®, please
    see the separate manuals for each product available at www.
    fender.com/support.

    the knob positions will NOT show their actual settings when a
    preset is first selected.
    MASTER volume is always active

    ? ? ? ? ? ?
    PROGRAMMABLE knobs are not active unless turned
    How do I activate a programmable knob? The moment you
    turn any programmable knob it instantly becomes active and
    it will remain active until you select a different preset, at which
    time all the programmable knobs become inactive again.

    Navigation
    There are just a few basics of Mustang navigation that you
    should know before you explore any further...

    ? ?

    Selecting Presets

    ? ? ?

    Turn the DATA WHEEL to select one of 100 presets.
    Preset contents are displayed
    on screen for each preset

    Turn any PROGRAMMABLE knob to activate it
    Press the DATA WHEEL to see what the preset settings are for
    all the programmable knobs before you turn them. Press EXIT
    to return to Play mode.

    DATA
    WHEEL

    You will find some presets you like and others that you want
    to change...
    Each preset stores the settings for:
    • Amplifier type — 12 selections
    • Effects — 4 categories, 37 selections total
    • Knob levels — GAIN through REVERB (not MASTER)



    You can select and edit presets from your computer
    using Fender® FUSE™ software, available free at www.
    fender.com/support

    To view preset knob settings, push the DATA WHEEL
    Press the DATA WHEEL a second time to see where your
    effects are located in the Guitar Signal Processing Path. Press
    EXIT to return to Play mode.

    x2

    Master Volume
    The MASTER volume knob is always "active." That means the
    position of the MASTER knob always shows the true master
    volume setting, unlike the programmable knobs.
    (Always turn the MASTER volume knob first to adjust the
    overall volume output of your Mustang amplifier.)

    Programmable Knobs
    Because the setting of every knob (except MASTER) is part of
    each preset, the "programmable" knobs are not active and

    2

    To view the Signal Path, push the DATA WHEEL twice.



    You can change the order of effects in the Signal Path
    using Fender® FUSE™ software.

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    Amplifier Menus
    Select amplifier models and adjust amplifier settings using
    the Amp menus.



    You can de-select the highlighted amp setting and
    return to Amp Model selection mode, as a shortcut, by
    pressing and holding the AMP button.

    4. Press EXIT to return to Play mode.

    Effect Menus

    Amplifier Models
    To select Amplifier Models:
    1. Press the AMP button.

    Bypassing Effects

    2. Turn the DATA WHEEL to select one of 12 amplifier models:

    You can turn on–off effects that have been selected for the
    current preset by pressing the corresponding effect button.

    AMP MODELS
    '57 Deluxe
    '59 Bassman
    '57 Champ

    The Effect name is highlighted
    and the Effect button lights up
    when an effect is active

    '65 Deluxe Reverb
    '65 Princeton
    '65 Twin Reverb
    Super-Sonic (Burn)
    British '60s
    British '70s



    Effects can also be bypassed (turned on-off) from the
    footswitch included with your Mustang amplifier.

    British '80s
    American '90s
    Metal 2000

    3. Press EXIT to return to Play mode.

    Effects that are shown on screen as "–EMPTY–" can not be
    activated until an effect has been selected in that slot.

    Amplifier Settings

    Selecting Effects

    To adjust Amplifier Settings:
    1. Press the AMP button.
    2. Press the DATA WHEEL one or more times until the setting
    that you want to adjust is highlighted, then turn the DATA
    WHEEL to adjust the setting.
    3. Press the AMP button a second time to access "Page 2" with
    more amplifier settings. The settings that appear on "Page 2"
    depend on the amp model that is currently selected.
    "PAGE 2" of the Amp menus






    — Stompbox effects
    — Modulation effects
    — Delay effects
    — Reverb effects

    To select Effects:
    1. Press and hold one of the four effects buttons.
    2. Turn the DATA WHEEL to select one of the following
    effects:
    STOMPBOX

    MODULATION

    Overdrive

    Sine Chorus

    Fixed Wah

    Triangle Chorus

    Touch Wah

    Sine Flanger

    Fuzz

    Triangle Flanger

    Fuzz Touch Wah

    Vibratone

    Simple Compressor

    Vintage Tremolo

    Compressor

    Sine Tremolo
    Ring Modulator

    Press the DATA WHEEL repeatedly
    to select the next Amp setting

    Step Filter
    Phaser
    Pitch Shifter

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    DELAY

    REVERB

    Mono Delay

    Small Hall

    Mono Echo Filter

    Large Hall

    Stereo Echo Filter

    Small Room

    Multitap Delay

    Large Room

    Ping Pong Delay

    Small Plate

    Ducking Delay

    Large Plate

    Reverse Delay

    Ambient

    Tape Delay

    Arena

    Stereo Tape Delay

    Fender '63 Spring

    Tap Button
    The TAP button can be used to "tap in" delay time and
    modulation rate settings, by rhythmically pressing the TAP
    button.
    When you select a delay effect, the TAP button will blink
    in time with the delay time setting. When you select a
    modulation effect, the TAP button will blink in time with
    the modulation rate setting (note that modulation rates can
    have up to 12 second intervals and the TAP button will flash
    infrequently).
    When both delay and modulation effects are selected
    simultaneously, the TAP button will blink in time with the
    delay effect and will only control the delay time setting.

    Fender '65 Spring

    3. Press EXIT to return to Play mode.



    You can switch to a different effect category at any time,
    even while you are in the effect selection menus, by
    pressing and holding a different Effects button.



    You can use the Effects menus or Fender FUSE to set
    delay time and modulation rates more precisely.

    To set the TAP interval of effects:
    1. Select a Delay or Modulation effect that causes the TAP
    button to blink, using the Effects menus (see Selecting
    Effects, page 3).

    Effect Settings
    Use the Effects Settings menus to adjust a dazzling array of
    effect settings.
    To adjust Effect Settings:
    1. Press and hold any Effect button (STOMP, MOD, DELAY,
    REVERB).
    2. Turn the DATA WHEEL to select the effect you want to
    work with.
    3. Press the DATA WHEEL one or more times until the setting
    that you want to adjust is highlighted, then turn the DATA
    WHEEL to adjust the setting.

    2. Press the TAP button rhythmically (twice minimum) in time
    with the desired interval. If you press the TAP button only
    once, the interval will be set to the maximum.



    If you open the Effect settings menu (see Effect Settings,
    above), you can watch the actual TAP values you are
    setting while you are tapping them in!

    Saving Presets
    Your Mustang™ amplifier gives you the powerful ability to
    save every setting on the amplifier as part of a preset. When
    you select a preset, the level of each knob, every effect
    setting, and the amp model selection, are instantly recalled to
    your pre-programmed settings.



    The SAVE button will light up red when you turn
    any programmable knob or edit any other setting
    on the amp. This indicates that you have temporarily modified
    the preset. You can undo your modifications by turning the
    DATA WHEEL to a different preset and then back again.

    Press the DATA WHEEL repeatedly
    to select the next Effect setting



    The EXIT button will not cancel changes to the current
    preset. Only by selecting a different preset using the
    DATA WHEEL, Footswitch, or Fender FUSE, will your
    temporary changes be erased.

    4. Press EXIT to return to Play mode.



    You can bypass an effect at any time, even while you
    are in the effect settings menus, by pressing the Effect
    buttons or corresponding footswitch buttons.

    4

    To save a preset:
    1. To save a preset you should first modify an existing preset,
    for example, by turning any of the programmable knobs,
    such as GAIN.

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    2. Press the SAVE button. The SAVE and EXIT buttons should
    be illuminated. You can press EXIT at this point to cancel
    the save process.

    5. Press EXIT or TAP to exit from the Tuner.

    Footswitches

    3. Turn the DATA WHEEL select a preset destination to
    overwrite.
    4. Press the DATA WHEEL if you want to edit the name of
    your new preset. Use the buttons to perform the functions
    listed along the bottom of the screen; turn the DATA
    WHEEL to select characters.

    Four-Button Footswitch (0080996000)
    Connect a 4-button footswitch to your Mustang amplifier
    (included with the Mustang IV & V, optional equipment for
    the Mustang III) to enable remote multi-function foot control. The footswitch display and LEDs show you some of the
    same information as the amplifier screen, so you can, for
    example, tune your guitar and select presets by watching the
    footswitch without ever looking at the screen onboard the
    Mustang!
    • Select Quick Access presets (QA1/QA2/QA3)
    • Select presets (up/down/bank)

    5. Press the SAVE button a second time to confirm the save.



    Memory Lock must be OFF to save presets (see Utility
    Menus, page 6)

    • Bypass effects
    • Activate the Tuner
    Mode indicators

    Guitar Tuner
    Your Mustang™ amplifier has a built-in Tuner mode that turns
    the screen into a guitar tuner.
    To use the Tuner:
    1. Press and hold the TAP button. The TAP and EXIT buttons
    will illuminate.
    2. Strike any single string on your guitar and watch the
    screen. The the note of the string being tuned is displayed
    along with a fine tuning needle

    To switch between modes, press the MODE button. To activate Tuner mode, press and hold the MODE button.
    Mode 1—In Mode 1 the footswitch is used to select one of
    three Quick Access presets, using the buttons labeled: QA1 /
    QA2 / QA3 (in line with the MODE 1 LED). When you select a
    Quick Access preset, the number of the preset will appear in
    the display of the footswitch.



    "In tune"

    You can any assign any preset to be a Quick Access
    preset in the Utility menus. (see Utility Menus, page 6).

    3. Turn the tuning peg on your guitar until the fine tuning
    needle indicates the string is in tune, as shown above.
    4. Standard guitar tuning is as follows:

    The footswitch has three modes that are identified by the
    three LEDs labeled MODE 1, MODE 2 and MODE 3. The
    footswitch also has a Tuner mode which is indicated when all
    of the mode LEDs are off.

    Mode 2—In Mode 2 the footswitch is used to select presets
    down/up, or in banks of 10, using the buttons labeled: DOWN
    / UP / BANK (in line with the MODE 2 LED). When you select a
    preset, the number of the preset will appear in the display of
    the footswitch.
    Mode 3—In Mode 3 the footswitch is used to bypass the
    Stompbox, Modulation or Delay effects, using the buttons
    labeled: STOMP / MOD / DELAY (in line with the MODE  3
    LED). The footswitch button LEDs indicate the effects that are
    active, just like the buttons on the amplifier.

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    You can also have a footswitch button assigned to
    bypass the Reverb effect by adding on the 2-button
    Mustang footswitch (see Six-Button Footswitching
    options, below).

    Tuner Mode—Press and hold the MODE button to activate
    the Tuner. The screen and the footswitch both will display the
    same tuner information so that you can look in either place to
    tune your guitar. The footswitch will display the nearest note;
    the button LEDs will indicate sharp and flat and "in tune" is
    indicated when the green LED below the footswitch display
    lights up.
    Press any footswitch button to exit Tuner mode.

    Two-Button Footswitch (0080997000)
    Connect a 2-button footswitch to your Mustang amplifier
    (included with the Mustang III, optional equipment for the
    Mustang IV & V) to enable remote multi-function foot control.
    Use the Utility menus to assign one of the following functions
    to the 2-button footswitch:
    • Select presets (up/down)
    • Select Quick Access presets (QA1/QA2)

    Utility Menus
    Press the UTIL button to activate the Utility menus.
    Press the UTIL button repeatedly to step through
    each of the seven menus.
    Quick Access #1 / #2 / #3 — Use the first three Utility menus
    to choose Quick Access presets. You can then access those
    presets quickly from the footswitches (see Footswitches,
    above).
    Two-Button Footswitch Mode — Use this menu to assign
    functions to the two-button footswitch.
    Memory Lock — Use the Memory Lock menu to prevent
    accidental preset modifications. You will still be able to make
    temporary changes to presets with Memory Lock ON, but you
    won't be able to save those changes until Memory Lock is
    switched OFF.
    LCD Contrast — Use this menu to adjust the contrast of the
    Mustang display.
    About This Amp — This menu displays the Firmware version
    currently running on the amplifier. Use this information to
    determine if an update is available for your amplifier.

    • Bypass effects (various combinations)
    • Set TAP interval

    Speaker Outputs
    Mustang V, only
    Six-Button Footswitching options
    Plug both a 4-button and a 2-button footswitch into your
    Mustang amplifier to expand your remote control options.
    By assigning different functions to each footswitch you can
    create more than a dozen different foot control combinations.
    The Mustang V head amplifier provides stereo speaker
    outputs that must both be connected to a stereo speaker
    cabinet such as the Mustang  V 412, with four 12" Celestion®
    G12P Rocket 50 speakers (recommended), or two 8Ω speaker
    cabinets capable of handling 75W each.
    For example, you could assign Quick Access presets to the
    4-button footswitch and Up/Down presets to the 2-button
    footswitch. Or you could bypass effects with the 4-button
    footswitch and select presets with the 2-button footswitch.
    The choice is up to you.

    Aux / Phones Jacks
    Auxiliary Input



    You can use the Auxiliary jack to input audio into your
    Mustang amplifier for accompaniment. Connect the
    headphone output on your CD player or MP3 player to the
    AUX jack using a mini-stereo cable. Use the volume control

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    on your player, together with the MASTER volume knob, to
    adjust the auxiliary volume level.

    Factory Restore &
    Firmware Update

    Phones Jack



    Plug in your headphones, ear buds, or powered
    speakers to enjoy the Mustang's stereo features. This
    jack may also be used as a stereo recording output. The amp's
    speaker is muted when the PHONES jack is used.

    Effects Loop

    You can restore your Mustang amplifier to the original factory
    settings if desired. All user presets will be erased!
    To restore the Mustang amplifier to factory settings:

    Connect external effects devices to your Mustang amplifier
    using the effects loop jacks.
    Mustang IV & V

    Factory Restore

    Mustang III

    1. Turn the amplifier OFF.
    2. Press and hold the EXIT button while turning the amplifier
    ON. Continue holding the EXIT button until it is no longer
    illuminated.

    !
    The Mustang IV & V amplifiers can accept stereo or mono
    effects devices. Note that a mono-in, mono-out effect unit
    will use one send and one return, and only effect one side
    of the stereo image. The Mustang III amplifier only accepts
    mono effects devices.
    Connect the FX SEND jack(s) to the input(s) on your external
    effects device and connect the FX RETURN jack(s) to the
    output(s) on your effects device.

    USB Port



    The FACTORY RESTORE function will erase all user
    modified presets. It will also restore any effect selections
    that have been modified using Fender FUSE software.

    Firmware Update
    From time to time, Fender may make available firmware
    updates for your Mustang amplifier to improve operation
    or to add new features. To update the firmware on your
    amplifier you will need to connect it through the USB port
    to a computer with Fender FUSE software and an internet
    connection.



    Please see the Fender FUSE manual at www.fender.
    com/support for details.

    Use the USB port to connect the Mustang™ amplifier to
    your computer and take your music to the next level:

    • Use Fender® FUSE™ software to control your Mustang
    from your computer and access bonus amp features not
    available from the Mustang alone.



    Please see the Fender FUSE manual at www.fender.
    com/support for details.

    • Record and edit Mustang audio using Ableton® Live Lite 8
    Fender® Edition software.



    Please see the Ableton® Live Lite 8 Fender edition at
    www.fender.com/support for details.

    • Stream live audio and play with people around the
    world using Fender® BAND JAM, powered by eJamming®
    AUDiiO.

    FAQ
    There are several great places you can go to learn more about
    your Mustang and music in general:
    • www.fender.com/support
    • Join a Fender Community forum where you can ask
    questions and read threads. There's even a forum just for
    the Mustang: www.fender.com/community/forums
    • Log on to the Fender Knowledge Base to download and
    read "Frequently Asked Questions" (FAQ): www.fender.
    com/support/faqs.php
    • Find music theory learning materials and sheet music at
    Hal Leonard Publications: www.halleonard.com



    For a 30-day trial subscription, log on to: www.fender.
    com/ejamming

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    MUSTANG™ I / II

    Advanced Manual
    Introduction
    This manual is your step-by-step guide to all the advanced
    features found on your Mustang™ I / II amplifier. For
    information on using Fender® FUSE™, Ableton® Live or
    Amplitube®, please see the separate manuals for each product
    available at www.fender.com/support.

    Programmable Knobs
    Because the setting of every knob on the Mustang amplifier
    (except MASTER) is part of each preset, all programmable
    knobs are normally inactive and knob positions will NOT
    show their actual settings when a preset is first selected.

    ? ? ? ?

    Navigation

    ? ?

    Programmable knob positions are inactive unless turned

    There are just a few basics of Mustang navigation that you
    should know before you explore any further...

    Selecting Presets
    The most powerful feature of your Mustang amplifier is its
    ability to store every amplifier setting and effect selection as a
    preset that you can instantly recall using the PRESET knob, or
    remotely from your computer or footswitch.

    How do I activate a programmable knob? The moment you
    turn any programmable knob it instantly becomes active
    and it will remain active until you select a different preset, at
    which time it becomes inactive again.

    ? ?

    Use the PRESET knob to select one of 24 presets. Presets are
    stored in three banks, colored AMBER, GREEN and RED.
    Turn the PRESET knob to scroll through each bank of presets
    in the following order:

    ?

    ? ?

    Rotate knobs to activate their positions
    You may hear a big change in volume or tone when you
    first turn a programmable knob if there happened to be a
    large difference between the knob's starting position and
    the stored preset setting. For example, if the VOLUME knob
    is pointing to "8" but the stored preset VOLUME setting is
    "2," the volume level will jump from "2" to "8" when you start
    turning the VOLUME knob because the VOLUME knob is now
    instantly active at "8."



    The only way to know what the preset setting of a knob
    is before you turn it, is by using Fender FUSE software
    and connecting the Mustang to your computer.

    AMBER Bank

    GREEN Bank

    RED Bank

    ( Factory presets )

    ( User presets )

    ( User presets )

    Each preset is based on one of the eight amplifier types
    labeled next to each of the preset LEDs. That gives you a total
    of three presets for each amplifier type.



    The RED and GREEN banks are for creating your
    own presets. The AMBER bank of presets can only be
    modified using Fender FUSE software available free at
    www.fender.com/support.

    Each preset includes the settings of all the programmable
    knobs on the Mustang, which includes every knob except the
    MASTER volume and PRESET knobs.

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    Effects
    There are two effect selection knobs on the Mustang:
    • MOD — selects Modulation type effects
    • DLY / REV — selects Delay and Reverb type effects



    You can also select effects from a STOMPBOX category
    using Fender FUSE software.

    The MOD and DLY / REV knobs share the same three selection
    indicator LEDs. The knob turned last has control of these LEDs:

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    C1

    These LEDs are linked to the
    knob that is being turned

    Fender '65 Spring Reverb

    C2

    Fender '63 Spring Reverb

    C3

    Tape Delay

    Room

    D1

    Tape Delay

    Large Hall

    D2

    Ducking Delay

    Small Hall

    D3

    Echo Filter


    These LEDs are numbered 1, 2, 3 and correspond to the three
    positions within each of the selection ranges A, B, C, D on
    each knob. Use the LEDs to determine exactly which position
    the knob is pointing to, for example, A 1 is shown below:

    The tables below list the effect selections for each knob.
    MODULATION EFFECTS
    Chorus

    A2

    Chorus Deep

    A3

    Flanger

    B1

    Bias/Sine Tremolo

    B2

    Optical/Vintage Tremolo

    B3

    Optical/Vintage Tremolo Fast

    C1

    Vibratone Slow

    C2

    Vibratone Fast

    C3

    Octaver

    D1

    Phaser Slow Deep

    D2

    Phaser Medium

    D3

    Step Filter
    DELAY EFFECTS

    A1

    Tape Delay 150ms / 1 Repeat

    A2

    Stereo Tape Delay 300ms / 3 Repeats

    A3

    Mono Delay 700ms / 4 Repeats

    Effects Level

    You can adjust the effects level by holding down the EXIT
    button while rotating either the MOD or DLY/REV knob,
    depending on which effect type you want to adjust.

    Tap Button

    Effect Selections

    A1

    You can completely change the effects list on your
    Mustang™ amplifier using Fender® FUSE™ software
    available at www.fender.com/support.

    The TAP button can be used to "tap in" delay time and
    modulation rate settings:
    • Delay time — TAP button blinks green:
    • Modulation rate — TAP button blinks red:
    When you select a delay effect, the TAP button will blink
    green in time with the delay time setting. When you select a
    modulation effect, the TAP button will blink red in time with
    the modulation rate setting.
    When both delay and modulation effects are selected
    simultaneously, the TAP button will blink green and only
    control the delay time setting.


    REVERB EFFECTS

    You can use TAP to set both delay time and modulation
    rate by tapping in the modulation rate first, with NO
    delay effect selected, then adding a delay effect and
    tapping in the delay time last.

    To set the TAP interval of effects:

    B1

    Small Room Reverb

    B2

    Plate Reverb

    B3

    Large Hall Reverb

    1. Select an effect that causes the TAP button to blink, using
    the DLY/REV or MOD knob.
    2. Press the TAP button rhythmically (twice minimum) in time
    with the desired interval.

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    Tuner Button
    Your Mustang™ amplifier has a built-in Tuner mode that turns
    the control panel LEDs into a chromatic guitar tuner.
    To use the tuner:
    1. Press and hold the TAP button for 2 seconds. The TAP and
    EXIT buttons will illuminate.
    2. Strike any single string on your guitar and watch the panel
    LEDs. The Preset LEDs are used to indicate the note of the
    string being tuned (the top LED "#" indicates if the note is
    sharp).

    3 LEDs indicate fine tuning. GREEN means "in tune"

    have temporarily modified the preset. You can reset your
    modifications simply by selecting a different preset and then
    back again.



    The EXIT button will not cancel changes to the current
    preset. Only by selecting a different preset using the
    PRESET knob will your temporary changes be erased.

    To save a preset:
    1. To save a preset you must first modify an existing preset
    by turning any of the programmable knobs, such as GAIN
    or MOD. (once the SAVE button is illuminated, you can
    proceed to step 2).
    2. Press the SAVE button. The SAVE and EXIT buttons should
    be flashing rapidly. You can press EXIT at this point to
    cancel the save process.
    3. Turn the PRESET knob to select a preset to overwrite.
    You can only overwrite the red and green banks of the
    amplifier type that you started from (if you started by
    modifying the amber bank, you must select either the red
    or green bank to overwrite).



    You can modify the AMBER bank of presets by using
    your computer and Fender® FUSE™ software available
    at www.fender.com/support.

    Letters next to LEDs indicate the note being tuned
    3. Turn the tuning peg on your guitar until the fine tuning
    LEDs above the MOD knob indicate the string is in tune, as
    shown above.
    4. Standard guitar tuning is as follows:

    Aux / Phones Jacks
    Auxiliary Input
    You can use the Auxiliary jack to input audio into your
    Mustang amplifier for accompaniment. Connect the
    headphone output on your CD player or MP3 player to the
    AUX jack using a mini-stereo cable. Use the volume control
    on your player, together with the MASTER volume knob, to
    adjust the auxiliary volume level.

    Phones Jack
    Plug in your headphones, ear buds, or powered speakers to
    enjoy the Mustang's stereo features. This jack may also be
    used as a stereo recording output. The amp's internal speaker
    is muted when the PHONES jack is used.

    5. Press EXIT or TAP to exit from the Tuner.

    Save Button



    Your Mustang amplifier gives you the powerful
    ability to save every setting on the amplifier as
    part of a preset. When you select a preset, the level of each
    knob, including effect selections, is instantly recalled to your
    pre-programmed settings!
    The SAVE button will light up red when you turn any
    programmable knob on the amplifier. This indicates that you
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    Footswitch

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    Firmware Update
    Factory Restore

    Connect a (optional) 1-button footswitch (P/N 0994049000)
    into the FTSW jack to enable remote selection of your two
    favorite presets. The LED (next to the FTSW jack) will turn red
    or green to indicate which footswitch preset is active.
    To program the footswitch:
    1. Select a preset that you want to assign to the footswitch.
    The preset must not be modified (the SAVE button must
    NOT be illuminated to proceed to step 2).
    2. Press the SAVE button. The SAVE and EXIT buttons should
    be flashing rapidly. You can press EXIT at this point to
    cancel the footswitch assignment process.
    3. Press the footswitch button to select either the red or
    green LED next to the FTSW jack to associate with the
    chosen preset.
    4. Press the SAVE button to confirm the footswitch
    assignment. Now when you press the footswitch, the
    chosen preset will be activated with the assigned red or
    green footswitch indicator.

    USB Port
    Use the USB port to connect the Mustang™ amplifier to your
    computer and take your music to the next level:

    You can restore your Mustang amplifier to the original factory
    settings if desired. All user presets will be erased!
    To restore the Mustang amplifier to factory settings:
    1. Turn the amplifier OFF.
    2. Press and hold the EXIT button while turning the amplifier
    ON. Continue holding the EXIT button until it is no longer
    illuminated.

    !

    The FACTORY RESTORE function will erase all user
    modified presets. It will also restore the AMBER bank
    of presets and any effect selections that have been
    modified using Fender FUSE software.

    Firmware Update
    From time to time, Fender may make available firmware
    updates for your Mustang amplifier to improve operation
    or to add new features. To update the firmware on your
    amplifier you will need to connect it through the USB port
    to a computer with Fender FUSE software and an internet
    connection.



    Please see the Fender FUSE manual at www.fender.
    com/support for details.

    • Use Fender® FUSE™ software to control your Mustang
    from your computer and access bonus amp features not
    available from the Mustang alone.



    Please see the Fender FUSE manual at www.fender.
    com/support for details.

    • Record and edit Mustang audio using Ableton® Live Lite 8
    Fender® Edition software.



    Please see the Ableton® Live Lite 8 Fender edition at
    www.fender.com/support for details.

    • Stream live audio and play with people around the
    world using Fender® BAND JAM, powered by eJamming®
    AUDiiO.

    FAQ
    There are several great places you can go to learn more about
    the Mustang and music in general:
    • www.fender.com/support
    • Join a Fender Community forum where you can ask
    questions and read threads. There's even a forum just for
    the Mustang: www.fender.com/community/forums
    • Log on to the Fender Knowledge Base to download and
    read "Frequently Asked Questions" (FAQ): www.fender.
    com/support/faqs.php
    • Find music theory learning materials and sheet music at
    Hal Leonard Publications: www.halleonard.com



    For a 30-day trial subscription, log on to: www.fender.
    com/ejamming

    fender.com

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    部件部件名称
    (Part Name)
    部分电子元件
    部分机器加工金属部件
    部分其他附属部件


    (PB)
    x
    x
    x

    有毒有害物质或元素
    (Hazardous Substances’ Name)


    六价铬 多溴联苯
    (Hg)
    (Cd)
    (Cr6+)
    (PBB)
    o
    o
    o
    o
    o
    o
    o
    o
    o
    o
    o
    o

    多溴二苯醚
    (PBDE)
    o
    o
    o

    O: 表示该有毒有害物质在该部件所有均质材料中的含量均在 SJ/T 11363-2006 规定的现量要求以下
    X: 表示该有毒有害物质至少在该部件的某一均质材料中的含量超出 SJ/T 11363-2006 规定的现量要求

    This product is covered by one or more of the following patents:
    US Pat. 6,222,110
    AMPLIFICADOR DE AUDIO



    IMPORTADO POR: Instrumentos Musicales Fender S.A. de C.V., Calle Huerta # 132, Col. Carlos Pacheco, C.P. 228890, Ensenada, Baja California, Mexico.
    RFC: IMF870506R5A Hecho en China. Servicio de Cliente: 001-8665045875





    A PRODUCT OF:
    FENDER MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS CORPORATION
    CORONA, CALIFORNIA, USA





    Fender®, Mustang™ and Fender® FUSE™ are trademarks of FMIC.
    Other trademarks are property of their respective owners.
    Copyright © 2010 FMIC. All rights reserved.

    P/N 824CGP006 (ENGLISH) rev a






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