For common problems with the Fender Frontman 15r guitar amp, refer to the troubleshooting page.
Background and Identification ¶
The Fender Frontman 15r was released as a small practice amp in February 1997. It is a simple and portable guitar amp that is inexpensive, making it a great option for all levels. With its black covering, silver grille cloth, and skirted knobs, this model has the trademark Fender Blackface appearance. Unfortunately, this model is no longer sold commercially.
This amp has the Fender logo on the top left of the speaker screen, above the headphone jack, and on the upper middle section of the backside of the amp. The 15r model can be distinguished from the rest of the Fender models by the "Fender 15r" logo above the headphone jack and on the backside of the device.
- Solid State Output
- 2 channels (Normal and Drive)
- 8" speaker
- Headphone jack
- Aux input for CD, tape player, or drum machine
- Closed Back Blackface Styling with Silver Grille Cloth
- Covering: Black Textured Vinyl with Silver Grille Cloth
- Dimensions: 13-1/4"W x 12-1/2"H x 7-1/4"D
- Weight: 15 lb.