Engl Amplifiers & Effects
For those who are well-versed in the history of guitar hardware, Engl is a very familiar name. You might know Engl as the company that introduced the very first programmable tube amplifier in 1984. They definitely made a milestone in music history at that year's Frankfurt MusikMesse, and the impact they had then has kept them on guitarists' radars and at their sides throughout the three decades since. Here are just a few of the pros who use Engl amplifiers to power up their sound: Ritchie Blackmore, Ron "Bumblefoot" Thal, Vivian Campbell, Glenn Tipton, Paul Stanley and Thin Lizzy. It's one heck of a list.
You can't go wrong by adding your own name to the roster of Engl rockers. There are plenty of amps and effects to choose from, so don't be shy about diving in to the selection for a closer look. A great place to start is with the best-selling and top-rated models; there are definitely good reasons why these are so popular. As always when searching for guitar gear, be sure to match the equipment to your needs. If you want something light and portable for local gigs, an Engl combo amplifier has you covered. Need to make your guitar scream at a big venue? Build yourself a half stack with an Engl amp head and speaker cabinet, and let the riffs flow. Plug Engl effects units into those amps and you'll have everything you need.
You certainly wouldn't be the first guitarist to play through an all-Engl setup, and that's the simplest way to know that these amps and effects have what it takes to charge up a show. Engl is a builder that's proven themselves time and time again with consistently well-made and great-sounding products, which has earned them a much-deserved reputation for delivering uncompromising performance.
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