Sound that travels!
The Fender Passport series has been around for a number of years now. It goes from portable audio systems to wireless microphones… every product is backed up by Fender, so you know you’re getting the good stuff.
This time, Fender announced its new addition to the Passport family, something for the guitar or singing student or street musician who needs a small, portable, yet great sounding guitar/instrument/vocal amplifier.
The Fender Passport Mini is a very affordable option, and very convenient for any instrument or microphone. It can go anywhere thanks to its dual AC or battery powered capabilities.
The Passport Mini comes with two inputs, an ⅛” auxiliary input for an MP3 player and an ⅛” headphone jack. You’re probably thinking that the Fender Passport is a very simple wee amp, and it is, however, it comes with a few controls that you might be surprised to find in and amp this small. So it has the usual volume, tone and reverb level for the vocal channel. And volume, preset, effects and Tap tempo button for the Instrument channel.
The effects included in the Fender Passport are Chorus, Flanger, Phaser, Vibratone, Vintage tremolo, Slasp Back echo, Reverb, Tap delay and more. So as you can see, this little amp is very complete and you will be pleasantly surprised by how good these effects sound for a little 7 watt amp.
The Passport Mini in one sentence: A great option if you need a portable little amp for your guitar and/or microphone that can actually run on batteries – for around $200 bucks it’s definitely a great deal for what you get.
Check it out!