Amplifiers

How will anyone hear you? Through a wall of sound.

Designed to amplify the electrical signal of an electric guitar, bass guitar, or acoustic guitar. Most guitar amplifiers can also modify the instrument’s tone by emphasizing or de-emphasizing certain frequencies and adding electronic effects, typically distortion and reverb. The input of modern guitar amplifiers is a 1/4″ jack.

A 1/4″ cable is needed to hook up the amp with the guitar. Various types of amplifiers are available. The tube amplifer is commonly used in live performances and has been very common with guitar players throughout the years. A solid state amps are much cheaper to produce and more reliable and usually lighter than a tube amp. Hybrid amplifiers are combination of solid state and tube. Gaining in popularity is modeling amps where you can have built in digital effects to create numerous different sounds.

Amplifiers

Brands

Quality makes a major difference in amplifying your sound. It can make or break a show.

Yamaha

Welcome to a new kind of amp… Yamaha THR is designed to fit where, when, and how you play when you’re not on stage. With big amp response, incredible effects, and hi-fi stereo sound in a package that’s built to meet all of your off-stage needs, you’re about to begin a new chapter in your playing.

Vox

VOX kicked off its line of guitar amplifiers back in ’57. It took only a few years for the AC15 and AC30 to become instant legends, defining the sound of the British Invasion for the UK and the world. Today the legend continues through their classic amps and new innovative designs.

Peavey

Peavey Electronics Corporation is one of the world’s largest manufacturers and suppliers of musical instruments and professional audio equipment.

Fender

From guitarists to bassists, pros to beginners, there’s a Fender amp for everyone.

Roland/Boss

New-generation Kantana guitar amps in a variety of sizes and configurations.