Launch Fender Tone® with your LT amplifier connected via USB. Click here to download Fender Tone® for Mac. Double-click on the Apple Image (.dmg) to mount the installer volume. Click and drag to copy the Fender Tone® app to your Applications folder. Launch the Fender Tone® app with your LT amplifier connected via USB. Mac users interested in Fender fuse mac 10.6 generally download: Fender FUSE 2.7 Free Fender FUSE -enjoy easy on-screen parameter control, and customize your amp with deeper editing than what can be done with the amp alone.
About the App
- The free Fender Tone application allows you to access over 10,000 presets with intuitive one-touch control over your contemporary Fender amplifier. Download, share, modify, backup and restore to expand your sound – all within Tone. Available for both iOS & Android mobile and tablet devices, as well as Mac and Windows desktop computers.
- Fender Fuse free download - Fuse Bead Pattern Designer, Fender Bender, Fuse, and many more programs.
Fender Fuse Community Downloads
- App name: Fender FUSE
- App description: fender-amp-drivers (App: Fender FUSE Installer.app/Contents/Resources/FenderDrivers.pkg)
- App website: https://fuse.fender.com/
Install the App
Command+Spaceand type Terminal and press enter/return key.
- Run in Terminal app:
ruby -e '$(curl -fsSL https://raw.githubusercontent.com/Homebrew/install/master/install)' < /dev/null 2> /dev/null ; brew install caskroom/cask/brew-cask 2> /dev/null
and press enter/return key.
If the screen prompts you to enter a password, please enter your Mac's user password to continue. When you type the password, it won't be displayed on screen, but the system would accept it. So just type your password and press ENTER/RETURN key. Then wait for the command to finish.
brew cask install fender-amp-drivers
Done! Flash player for mac os x. You can now use Fender FUSE.
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- The forums were dire anyway tbf, they took their eye off them a long time ago and didn’t seem to care.0<=' span='>1='>='>
- Are Fender still selling the Mustang modellers?
I found Fuse very handy for downloading some decent sounds, what will modern buyers do now?My trading feedback http://www.thefretboard.co.uk/discussion/62723/0<=' span='>0='>='>
- I think that the only Fender Mustang Amp (not GT or GTX) on sale is Mustang I v2, which is still showing as available on Fender's website, and which uses Fender Fuse. GT and GTX are using Fender TONE app. It might be that they have forgotten to take the Mustang I v2 off, although it is still available at a large number of retailers online.
I am wondering if all the presets have been lost in the process?0<=' span='>0='>='>
- tae be or not tae be0<=' span='>0='>='>
- edited March 24I happened to click on a page of the Fender forum, for the first time ever, on 20 March - and it said it had closed that day.
I thought bloody hell, what have I done? I've broken it!6<=' span='>0='>='>
No, the main Fender forums, and the Fender Fuse website too. I am not too fussed about the forums, but for Fender Fuse the software itself is not available anymore, nor any presets.TDPRI you mean?0<=' span='>1='>='>
- edited March 25
That’s a bummer. Can you email Fender customer support and see if they can make the presets available somewhere to bulk download for you?
No, the main Fender forums, and the Fender Fuse website too. I am not too fussed about the forums, but for Fender Fuse the software itself is not available anymore, nor any presets.TDPRI you mean?0<=' span='>0='>='>
- Wrote to them just now, hopefully they are still manning their emails, let's wait and see what they come back with. I am pretty sure I am not the only one raising this issue.0<=' span='>0='>='>
- Fender Support came back to me and said that Fender Fuse uses Microsoft Silverlight, which Microsoft deprecated a while back. Along with the Fuse software they also removed the presets.
My argument in return was that whilst I can see why they do not want to support the application when its underlying technology is obsolete, the fact that Mustang I v2 is still an actively sold product of theirs which is enhanced by Fender Fuse, their move may not have been the best. Moreover, the presets are nothing but XML data, with no executable code within, contributed by the community, therefore returning them to the community would be a gesture that the community itself would appreciate.
I may not get an another answer from them, but I thought I'd share my email exchange here.0<=' span='>1='>='>
- Shane from 'intheblues'—a fan of the original Mustang amps, who contributed a number of highly-rated Fuse presets—is gathering the Fuse presets from user across the Internet and he will be making them available for download somewhere in due course.
- edited April 13The original Mustangs v1 and v2 are very good amps with the 100w 1x12 Mustang 3 being my personal favourite because it sounded good, every preset was fully programmable from the amp panel, it was light but still had a decent Celestion speaker and a big enough cabinet that helps project and not sound boxy. My only criticism is that there is no extn cab out in it.I started out with nothing... but I've still got most of it left (Seasick Steve)0<=' span='>0='>='>
The Fender Fuse Software, the Mustang V2 manuals, Shane's presets, as well as the original amp presets and the entire Fender archive of presets are now available at:Shane from 'intheblues'—a fan of the original Mustang amps, who contributed a number of highly-rated Fuse presets—is gathering the Fuse presets from user across the Internet and he will be making them available for download somewhere in due course.
Happy playing!0<=' span='>2='>='>
- I have a Fender Mustang II, not used for a while. I wanted to try some sounds out. First problem, as FUSE is no longer supported, it doesn't work on my 64 bit Mac So I dig out an old laptop, download FUSE and connect the amp to it. FUSE says 'no amplifier connected'.
The Windows Device Manager recognises that the Mustang amp is connected.I've turned stuff off and on again, tried different USB cables. Still not connected.
I can understand Fender not wanting to support stuff forever, but I'd expect the old versions to work as they were. Does Fender FUSE work at all for anyone? If so, how do I get it to work?
ThanksSee my trading feedback: http://thefretboard.co.uk/discussion/138835/austrianjohn0<=' span='>0='>='>
- Sorted. The version of FUSE I had downloaded was 2.6, which didn't support Mustang II. I now have version 2.7.1 which works.See my trading feedback: http://thefretboard.co.uk/discussion/138835/austrianjohn0<=' span='>0='>='>
- edited November 9Thanks for info .Cant find my usb lead so can anyone help me by telling me what usb type it is .Its not so wide but thicker as say kindle usb type connector .Of course once I have ordered one I will fnid one in a drawer but naturally its a proceedure that has to run its course.0<=' span='>0='>='>
- I cranked up Fuse on my iMac OK .I have a Mustang 1 that I rarely use now but you can suck some good tones out of it .0<=' span='>0='>='>