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Fender Monterey 120w Bluetooth Speaker (Black) - £139.28 delivered @ Thomann
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Fender Monterey 120w Bluetooth Speaker (Black) - £139.28 delivered @ Thomann

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Fender Monterey 120w Bluetooth Speaker for Mobiles, Tablets and More...

You can now bring Fender's classic stage-ready style, performance and sound to your home, office or dorm room with ease in the guise of the Monterey: a powerful and feature-packed Bluetooth speaker from Fender.

More than 70 years of refined craft have gone into producing the perfect Bluetooth speaker. This stylish, Fender amp-esque audio accessory packs a massive 120 watts of maximum output through the pristine quad-driver system (2 woofers, 2 tweeters) which accurately reproduces your music with pure, clear sound.

You can listen to music from practically any source with the Fender Monterey: so long as it can connect via Bluetooth, mini Jack or RCA jacks (so phones, tablets, mp3 players, laptops, desktops... take your pick). Not only that but the 33-foot+ Bluetooth range, aptX and AAC wireless audio codec support and onboard mic make it so that you can even make calls via the speaker should you want to.

With looks inspired by Fender's classic '68 Custom amplifiers, the Fender Monterey would make a smart addition to any room. The inspiration is clear in everything from the protective speaker grille, to the witch-hat knobs, amp jewel and control labels.

Specs
  • Series: Fender Bluetooth Speakers
  • Dimensions: 9.75" (H) x 5.25" (L) x 13.5" (W)
  • Weight: 15lbs
  • Max Power Output: 120 Watts
  • Bluetooth Specs: V 4.2
  • Codec: aptX, AAC, SBC
  • Power Supply: 100-240v AC Power Adapter (included)
  • Speakers: 4 (2 Woofers, 2 Tweeters)
  • Input: Two (One 3.5mm, One RCA)
  • Accessories Included: 3.5mm audio cable, RCA audio cable, AC power cord
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Retro tweed version also available on Thomann website at £165.73




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Now that’s cool.
kerbdog21/09/2019 10:20

Retro tweed version also available on Thomann website at £165.73[Image]


Don't need

But want so badly!
bobby-gg21/09/2019 10:41

Don't need But want so badly!


Same for me! But I've gone and ordered it anyway
Got this for £108 new via the argos outlet store on ebay plus a 10% off code last week. Great speaker, usually £300 and reviewed favourably against speakers costing that much and more last year.
wish i had known about the argos deal
should also point out, just in chase anyone didn't alreay know, you can't plug a guitar in
jimjim7921/09/2019 11:22

should also point out, just in chase anyone didn't alreay know, you can't …should also point out, just in chase anyone didn't alreay know, you can't plug a guitar in


You can plug a guitar in if you do it through a multi effects pedal using a 3.5mm out or jack adaptor.
thegrifter121/09/2019 11:28

You can plug a guitar in if you do it through a multi effects pedal using …You can plug a guitar in if you do it through a multi effects pedal using a 3.5mm out or jack adaptor.


Or you could buy a small practice guitar amp and plug a Chromecast audio in if you don't mind a squarer unit. I've done this with my Marshall amp and it works great (and you can get it REALLY loud, if you so wish)
thegrifter121/09/2019 11:28

You can plug a guitar in if you do it through a multi effects pedal using …You can plug a guitar in if you do it through a multi effects pedal using a 3.5mm out or jack adaptor.


The point is this is not a guitar amp, you can't plug a guitar in directly, your method could work on pretty much any stereo system it doesn't make it a guitar amp.
Edited by: "jimjim79" 23rd Sep
jimjim7922/09/2019 18:30

The point this is not a guitar amp, you can't plug a guitar in directly, …The point this is not a guitar amp, you can't plug a guitar in directly, your method could work on pretty much any stereo system it doesn't make it a guitar amp.


Yes, you can plug a guitar into a stereo via pedals or processors. The fact remains however that this is a stand alone amplifier, I can plug in my FX pedals or chuck it in the car just as I would with my Fender guitar amp and not only does it have the looks and tonal qualities people associate with Fender, but I don't have to carry around a separate stereo amp and associated speakers as I would using a stereo system. I'm not saying it was designed as a designated guitar amp, but whilst you suggested you couldn't plug a guitar in, I was showing that with the sort of basic kit most guitarists have lying around you certainly can do and it happens to sound great too.
Its wont have the fender tonal quantities, its does even have a drive circuit.

Buyer beware, be cautious around some of the misleading advice in this thread. If you are looking for a portable guitar amp and Bluetooth speaker, this is not what you're looking for. Try something like the awesome the black star fly 3.
I think you're a bit upset about something jimjim, there is no misleading advice here, other reviews have commented on the Fender sound being clearly audible with this speaker and as someone who plays regularly and owns Fender and Blackstar amps I'm happy to say it sounds great both as a bluetooth speaker and as something to plug a guitar into. You might also want to consider that many guitarists use PA systems to give their gigging some extra oomph. PAs are not dedicated guitar amps but they do the same job this will.
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