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Weighing just over 6 pounds, it puts out 300W at 8 ohms and 500W at 4 ohms. The 4-band EQ offers precise...
Whether you're running to a rehearsal, lesson, street gig, or any situation that requires portability and...
The Neo 412 bass speaker cabinet is lighter than ever, so its powerful bass thump goes wherever you do.
Superstar tones and amazing jam tracks are supplied by Spider III modeling and the Endless Jam Engine. The...
Durable workhorse with limousine sound!
Your practice. Ampeg's tone.
A full-featured acoustic guitar preamping system that gives you a toolbox full of tonal tweaking options, the...
The decision to buy a new amplifier is something that shouldn't be taken lightly. The amplifier is a crucial element in how your guitar or bass will ultimately sound, and there are a number of questions you will need to ask yourself in the decision making process: You will need to consider whether the amp is going to be used in a live situation (it'll need to be loud enough to be heard over the drums); whether you want a tube amp or solid state; whether you want something that is capable of modeling a number of different amplifiers or something simple but great sounding despite the lack of "bells and whistles". We actively encourage our customers to review the gear they buy and it's a good idea to spend some time reading the reviews on our site. As with everything we sell, all our amplifier are supported by our price & satisfaction guarantees and free standard shipping applies to all orders except heavy items.