Category Archives for Amps

Fender Rumble 40 Review – The Best Bass Combo for 2019?

When it comes to the differences between guitars and bass, there are many from pickups, strings, techniques, to tones. This also implies that bass amplifiers are somewhat different from the components of electric guitars. But, just like the guitar amplifiers, bass amplifiers are available on the market in a wide range of sizes, shapes, colors, […]

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Fender Super Champ X2 Tube Amp Review

As a guitarist that’s making your path in the world of music, the progress of technology is certainly beneficial to your musicianship. Whether you play by ear, can read tabs, are fluent in the language of sheet music, enjoy playing heavy metal or prefer to surround yourself in the world of jazz, having the right […]

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Top 7 Best Battery Powered Guitar Amps

The Best Battery Powered Guitar Amps

When battery powered amps were first released on the market, portable amps weren’t reliable. They didn’t produce a quality tone and were poorly made. With modern day technology improving, the overall quality of portable amplifiers has also improved. Nowadays, when you take time to shop around for a practice amplifier, you’re going to find some […]

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Tube Amps VS Solid State Amps- Which Is Better For You?

Tube Amps vs Solid State Amps: Which Is Better For You?

When shopping for a new amplifier for your guitar gear, you’re probably asking yourself- tube or solid state amp? What’s the difference between the two anyway? If you’re on the hunt for the best guitar amp for your guitar’s needs and your musical needs, it’s probably going to get really confusing shopping around, especially if […]

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The Top Three Best Combo Amps

The Top Three Best Combo Amps On The Market Today 

There are so many different types of channel amp brands, types, and models on the market today, so it’s totally understandable if you’re feeling overwhelmed by the amount of choices you have to pick from. Making the wrong decision when choosing your channel amp can not only cost your time and money, but can even […]

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The Top Four Best Guitar Amps That Are Under $100

The Top Four Best Guitar Amps Under $100 That You’ll Really Love

If you’re like most musicians, you’re probably on a budget. One great thing about big name music companies is that they know that a lot of musicians don’t have a whole lot of money, which is why they offer a whole range of amps that are $100 or below. Are $100 amps even any good? […]

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Play Harder: The Best Combo Amps for Metal

Play Harder: The Best Combo Amps for Metal

When you imagine an image of a generic metal guitarist, I think it’s easy to go straight to an image of some dude in front of a half stack at a small gig, or a wall of stacks at a bigger gig. There are two things about that imagined picture. Firstly, it’s not always dudes, […]

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The Full Fender Hot Rod Deluxe Review You'll Love

The Full Fender Hot Rod Deluxe Review You’ll Love

The one thing that Fender are best known for doing exceptionally well, after their guitars, is making amps. They have released quite the number over the years, and were one of the earliest manufacturers – they needed to make them for people to play their new Fender guitars through. It was a sensible business decision […]

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Guitar Amps Explained- What are the Different Varieties?

Guitar Amps Explained- What are the Different Varieties?

When going shopping for guitar amps for your electric guitar, there are many things that you need to keep in mind before making any final decisions. Amps are defined by the type of technology that is used in order to produce sound; the type of technology that is used in the amp affects the way […]

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Top Four Best Solid State Amps for Maximum Amplitude

Top Four Best Solid State Amps for Maximum Amplitude

Solid state amplifiers have only been around since the mid 1900’s. The reason why these amps are called solid state is because the electricity maneuvers through solid material, rather than a vacuum like there is in tube amps. Solid state amps use transistors rather than tubes in order to amplify signals. In other words, solid […]

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