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About this product
- Product InformationThe all-in-one G-DEC Junior amp is a complete band in itself with a synthesized drum, bass, backing, and teaching loops. This 15W Fender Junior Amp Combo features user-friendly interface and knobs that aid in selecting and tuning amp, effects, backing tracks, and performance loops. Thanks to the 8-inch special designed speaker of this Fender electric guitar amp that adds to you musical pleasure. With its MIDI connector, the G-DEC Junior even offers streaming of files from computer; while the 1/8-inch AUX input of this Fender Junior Amp Combo lets you jam along the music from your CDs and MP3 players. The headphone jack of this Fender electric guitar amp even acts as a line output to recording gear or further amplification.
- ModelG-DEC Junior
- Amplifier TypeCombo
- Instrument TypeElectric Guitar Amplifier
- Power Output15 watt
- Number of Speakers1
- Height12.5 in.
- Depth13.25 in.
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- gtrhdJan 08, 2017by
Great practice partner
Practicing with a drum machine is one of the most effective uses of your time. This has really useful patterns is easy to set and can play at acoustic volumes. The amp modeling makes for years of pleasure and the effects are fine for coping those Poliice riffs. Eric Johnson and Dwezil Zappa tour with them to keep their chops up. Everybody needs one of these!
Verified purchase: No
- vavavavooomSep 05, 2016by
Fender G-Dec Junior Guitar Amp - Best Bang For The Buck
I never used one of these amps before but I would recommend it to ANYONE! For the beginner, there is positively no finer training amp! For the intermediate to Pro, I wouldn't be embarrassed to use this clean sounding amp even at smaller clubs. I plugged my, like new, 1993 Strat Plus into it and was super impressed. After the amp purchase, I bought my 8 y.o. son a new 3/4 Fender Squire ($100.00, brand new) and couldn't believe how FANTASTIC that little guitar sounded through the amp. This is a no-brainer purchase that can be bought inexpensively! Go Get One!!
Verified purchase: Yes | Condition: Pre-owned
- etbrinerMay 03, 2014by
YOU REALLY NEED THIS LITTLE GUY!!
PLEASE NOTE: I am talking about the old school, original G-DEC Junior, the one with the knobs and NO lcd screen. I researched these amps years ago when they were new, and several reviewers noticed that the screen would sometimes flicker and then revert to some default setting. The Junior has only knobs, which makes it simpler to operate. This is hands down the best practice/jamming tool ever!! I teach jazz band in a public high school, and have had a lot of fun using the loops. Now, to be painfully honest, these backing tracks are pretty cheesy. Most are only one chord, although there are a couple of 12-bar blues and a 50s-style rhythm change. The loops can play in any key and any tempo, and can really help a student get comfortable with improvisation. My keyboard and horn students love it! For guitarists, there's a whole lot more. Amp models, gain and master volume, and mix between the guitar and backing tracks makes it fun, and a set of effects lets players have a lot to mess with. Again, you don't get a lot of tweakability with these fx, but if you want to hear what a flanger or delay sounds like without buying a separate pedal it works fine. I have scored a half dozen or so of these GREAT pieces on ebay in the past few months. I keep one in my living room, one in my rehearsal studio, and two in my lesson booth. The new generation gdecs have a second guitar input in the back, my Juniors don't have that cool feature. Whatever instrument you play, if you think you could get better by having a full-time backing band available to you (always in tune and in tempo!), then this is a GREAT educational tool to have. If you're already so good you don't need to practice, then this guy will give you a TON of laughs, just turn it on and start shredding! Highest recommendation! Read full review
- cfdd74c21f9bf10...Aug 09, 2012by
The Best Learning Tool Ever!
The amplifier I purchased is the G-DEC Junior. This is not the G-DEC 15 as shown with the global control and the dual inputs on the left front. The Junior is all knobs, intuitive, no complexities of any kind. Unlike the other amps in the G-DEC line, the Junior doesn't have an ability to change any of the amp or effect parameters, record and overdub but that's fine for the actual purpose of this cool little amp, which is to have fun while learning to play and learn to play guitar. The tempo is easily adjusted as are all the features. I mostly use this amp for teaching but I also enjoy just jamming with the wide enough variety of settings and amp and effects models. Its way worth finding one of these amps for one's own use but they make far-out gifts to younger or newer players who are ready to get serious and learn to play in Time! There's a lot of experience that went into these G-DEC series amps and they seem to me to be the biggest 'Bang for the Buck' amps I have seen from Fender. They are inexpensive and very versatile. I've owned several of the Fender G-DEC series amps and really, they are a great tool. I would in all ways recommend the G-DEC Junior to any player desiring to hone their skills while having a lotta fun! More advanced players will want to go for the G-DEC Fifteen or G-DEC Thirty. If the operation manuals are not included with your G-DEC purchase fret not! Fender has all that and way more online and there are many web sites devoted to these cool little amps. Get a couple! I did! Read full review
- mtrcyclnutNov 24, 2010by
fender g-dec jr.
aside from my own inability to easily work tech stuff, this is the best practice tool yet. for practice, at home, in my music room, the sound and features this little amp provide are great. i am far from being a kid, but, i feel something like this would be an invaluable teaching aide for a beginning, or intermediate guitarist. sure beats the click, click of a metronome. and the "band" doesn't get mad or tired while you are trying to figure out your guitar part.