When it comes to boutique amplifiers, the title really does say it all. Just think of the type of shop that's usually called a "boutique" - you'd expect a small, intimate place run by people who are passionate about what they sell, and only carry the best of the best. It's the store you visit when you want premium quality and craftsmanship that's second to none. So it's a perfect word to use for these kinds of amps, because that's exactly what you can expect from this lineup. The family of boutique amplifiers includes the crème de la crème of amplification, with all the hand-wired, tube-powered, limited-edition tone you could ever ask for... all gathered in one section for you to drool over.Of course, you don't have to stop at drooling and if you've been pining after a boutique amp to call your own, there are plenty of amazing models you could think about reserving. For starters, you'll want to decide whether to go for an amplifier head or a combo amp, because boutique designs come in both varieties. Some, like the Fender Vintage Reissue '65 Deluxe Reverb Guitar Combo Amp, are throwbacks to the great amps of the past. Others, such as the EVH Limited Edition 5150 III 100S 100W Tube Guitar Head, are inspired by the more recent touring rigs used by some of the world's greatest guitar heroes. But maybe you're a bass hero? No problem: boutique bass amps like the Orange Amplifiers OB1-300-Combo Bass Amplifier and the Fender Super Bassman Pro 300W Tube Bass Amp Head have you covered.No matter which of the boutique amplifiers in this section turns out to be up your alley, what matters most is that you're getting the best one for you. Every amp has its own voice and character, and so does every instrument - the real magic happens when they team up perfectly. So think about the sort of amplifier that will complement your guitar or bass, as well as your personal playing style. Figure that out, and you'll know what to look for as you delve into this amazing selection of top-tier amps.