Amplifiers & Effects
About Amplifiers & Effects
If you love your electric guitar, then you know that the instrument's potential is nearly limitless. This is especially true when you pair it with the perfect amplifiers and effects. The right amp, paired with the right effects, can take your sound from run of the mill, to out of this world in no time. Think about some of your favorite guitar riffs of all time. That searing, electrifying fret work stays with you long after the song is over. The odds are that these riffs were brought to life by an amp and an effects pedal. So if you're looking to recreate your favorites or unleash some legendary riffs of your own, you've come to the right place.
First, you're going to need the right amp for the job. Some of the more popular options available here include the Cougar 15 15W Class A Tube Guitar Combo Amp from Bad Cat, the '68 Custom Deluxe Reverb 22W 1x12 Tube Guitar Combo Amp with Celestion G12V-70 Speaker from Fender, and the Slash Signature 5W 1x12 Guitar Tube Combo from Marshall. Of course, these are only a small sample of the dozens of amps available here, so take a look around for the one that is best suited to your needs.
Once you find the perfect amp, you'll want to pair it with the perfect effects pedal. This, of course, begs the question, which effects pedal is the perfect one? Well, there's honestly no right answer to that question. It might be one pedal, it might be a combination of pedals; it simply comes down to which pedals get the job done for you. Some of the more popular effects available here include the B9 Organ Machine Guitar Effects Pedal from Electro-Harmonix, which turns your guitar into a convincing, full-body electric organ. The Uberschall Distortion/Boost Guitar Effects Pedal from Bogner unleashes some seriously legendary high-gain sound you'll crave. The MT-BB Buzz Boy Power Fuzz Guitar Effects Pedal from Modtone offers some maniacal fuzz that can deliver unexpected results. In the end, the right amplifiers and effects for you will end up being a matter of personal preference. One thing is for sure, once you find the right combination for you, you're going to fall in love with your thrilling new tones and sound.