One of the marks of a great amplifier is that it supports the future without forgetting the past. That's why a modern amp is loaded with high-tech features like advanced effects sections that wouldn't have been possible decades ago, but also based on vacuum tube technology, which delivers tone that no would-be successor has ever been able to top. PRS amplifiers have hit this balance right on the head, with internals that combine classic tone with today's versatility. To put it simply, there's no genre or style you can't handle with a PRS amp.
If you're looking for some suggestions, start by deciding what sort of setup you'd like. Are you searching for a portable amp that lets you set up and play in seconds and is great for virtually any situation? If so, take a look at a combo amp like the 50W PRS Archon. Or, if you really want to see what PRS amps are made of and your goal is to power the biggest set of speakers you can find, you'll want to check out the line of amp heads. One great example is the PRS HXDA head, which easily produces tone ranging from bright and crunchy to fat and smooth. The sounds of this amp are a welcome throwback to the iconic character of the most sought-after amps of the 1960s and '70s, and you get that together with solid reliability so your amp can spend its time onstage with you, not sitting in the shop.
When Paul Reed Smith started his business, he became an instant legend for the unbelievable guitars that came out of his workshop. Today, it's safe to say that PRS amplifiers are every bit as praise-worthy. You don't need to play a PRS guitar to use one of these amps, either: no matter your axe of choice, you can expect it to sound its best when it has a PRS amplifier in front.