Solid State Behringer Combo Guitar Amplifiers
While Behringer solid state combo guitar amplifiers are a huge hit in metal circles (their V-Tone GMX210 is favored by many for its solid feel, flexibility and power), they're also popular with concert-performing acoustic guitarists. If this sounds like you, then check out Behringer's Ultracoustic series amps. Each model in this series is designed specifically for acoustic guitarists who want the natural sound of their instrument to be clearly amplified for an audience. On the lower-volume side of things, there's the Ultracoustic AT108. Boasting 3-band EQ, a microphone input for separate volume control, CD input for playing along to your favorite songs and VTC (Virtual Tube Circuitry), this 20-watt amp is ideal for studio sessions and smaller gigs.
Of course, if you have your eyes set on the biggest stage in town, you'll need an acoustic amp that is designed to be heard from the front row to the highest rafters. In which case, you want the Ultracoustic ACX1800 Acoustic Guitar Amplifier. Featuring everything that the AT109 has along with two 24-bit digital FX processors, 16 incredible effects, FBQ Feedback Detection System and built-in tuner switch, the ACX1800 is a monster that will give your music the full treatment it deserves.
And those aren't the only amps from Behringer's Ultracoustic series, so have a look around. As for all you headbangers, keep your eyes peeled for one of Behringer's solid state combo guitar amplifiers that are made to make your lightning-fast scales soar. The market for solid state guitar amps is a big one - but by sticking with a respected brand like Behringer, you can be confident that you'll sound amazing every time you plug in.