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Tons of power with a feature set that leaves little to be desired.
Whether you prefer the warmth and richness of a tube preamp or the clean attack of a solid state one, with the...
Weighing just over 6 pounds, it puts out 300W at 8 ohms and 500W at 4 ohms. The 4-band EQ offers precise...
Extremely high-current power supply. High-current power amp circuitry. 700W to woofer. 50W to horn. Electronic...
All-tube design has 2 completely independent channels with 3 modes each, making it effectively a 6-channel amp...
800 watts of pure GK power and tone in a five-pound head!
Your instrument is the tool that you use to create your music, and the speaker cabinet is the hardware that makes it heard - but they can't do it on their own. The heart of any performance setup is the head amplifier that sits between the two. With a critical role to play in shaping the tone of your sound and pumping up the power to drive the biggest speakers you've got, this is a piece of hardware that should never be overlooked. Fortunately, there are plenty of options to choose from so you can definitely find a great model for your own needs.
The most important decision you'll have to make will be the platform of your head amp: tube, solid-state or hybrid. What's the difference? In simple terms, tube amps are built with vacuum tubes, solid-state amps use more modern transistors and hybrid models combine the two. Each one has some specific advantages, which will help you decide which is right for you. Tubes, for example, are widely considered the top-of-the-line when it comes to tone. They're rich-sounding, with lots of character and the ability to climb to intense levels of distortion. This makes them great for genres like rock and metal. On the other hand, a solid-state amp will give you a more precise, clear and technical tone, and they're super reliable, which is nice for heavy use and touring. With a hybrid amp, you'll usually get tubes in the preamp side (where the tone is generated) and solid-state transistors on the power side. That's a great mix that combines a dependable power amp with classic tube tone for a really versatile head amplifier that can tackle any genre.
Offering top-shelf manufacturers like Orange, Engl, Markbass, Hughes & Kettner and Egnater to choose from, this selection of head amplifiers would have any musician feeling like a kid in a candy store. Those are only a few examples of the names you'll find here, too - so don't be afraid to dive in and check out the lineup! With a bit of browsing, you'll surely find your next amp waiting for you within these pages.
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