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Most amplifier manufacturers have a claim to fame. For ENGL, that's the programmable tube amplifier. ENGL made music history when it unveiled the first-ever guitar amp of this kind at Frankfurt MusikMesse back in 1984. That caught the eyes of world-class guitarists everywhere, and launched ENGL from its German basement beginnings into a global name in guitar amplifiers. Three decades later, ENGL is still renowned for their rock-solid lineup of tube amps. A quick look at the names associated with ENGL will give you an idea of what these amps are capable of. If you're a fan of some of these artists, an idea of how they can sound as well. Chris Broderick, Tony Spinner, Alexi Laiho, Michael Romeo, Paul Stanley and Glenn Tipton are just a few of the guitarists who have rocked out with ENGL. Of course, you don't need to be an international guitar hero to play an ENGL amp, but if you aspire to become one, these tube-loving heads, combos and cabinets will help you make it happen.
When you do want to follow in the footsteps of a guitar legend, there's no better way to do it than with signature gear. If you're a pre-1993 Deep Purple fan, you have to give the Ritchie Blackmore Signature 100W Amp Head a look. Based on ENGL's Savage head and tweaked to match Blackmore's unmistakeable sound, this amp is pure performance. ENGL's relationship with Deep Purple didn't end when Ritchie left the band, either - they've also got a signature head for Steve Morse, so whether you're old-school or new, you can pick up an amp to match.
Of course, those amp heads are just scratching the surface of what ENGL has to offer. There are plenty of heads to choose from as well as other options, like the Tube Preamp E 350 and E840/50 Stereo Poweramp, which give you amazing versatility in the studio. If you want something compact and portable to tote from venue to venue, check out combo amps like the 15W GigMaster, 50W Screamer and 100W Raiser 100 E 344. Just pick out the amount of power and features you need and you're good to go.
Add an ENGL guitar amplifier to your collection and it won't take you long to understand what draws guitarists like Scott Gorham, Vivian Campbell and Roope Latvala to these sweet tube amps. It's easy enough to say "plenty of power, enviable tone and solid construction," but no words can express the sheer sonic joy you'll feel every time you hear your ENGL amp.