The first one I got was broken and only made crackling sounds--pretty annoying to have to return it, and it was the first time I've ever returned a guitar-related product.I bought a second one, though, and it works fine this time. It's quite convenient to have, and saved me from buying an all-out modeling amp, which I don't really want.Still, the experience with my headphones isn't quite as good as I wanted. I primarily play a Strat and there is a fair amount of white noise, so that's one issue. More importantly, the modeled amps sound alright but not great. During the day I play through a Marshall DSL-1CR primarily (with a JHS Little Black Amp Box so I can push the pre-amp), and it sounds a lot better. So, I can only see myself using the Mustang Micro when I really need to play with headphones, which is usually late at night.There is one thing I do like a lot though: the 2290 delay effect, which I think sounds great. I've ran it through my CA79 digital piano, which has a nice set of speakers on it, and it sounds awesome in the room.
- by Zapo,
This is awesome for the bedroom bassist. It makes slap and pull sound really good.The Bluetooth option lets you feed music straght into the same headphones for late-night practice without disturbing anybody.My only issue so far is that the maximum volume isn't very loud. It's perfectly audible, but I wish it would go a bit louder.