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Every day around the world, more and more guitarists are experiencing the incredible tone-shaping abilities that Egnater can offer them in a combo guitar amplifier. Whether you're a classic-rock fanatic or a metal shredder, Egnater has a combo guitar amp for anyone who likes their sound full of crunch. In fact, Bruce Egnater created one of the first amps to offer clean and overdrive channels with separate controls for each, and every amp here attests only further to that kind of cutting-edge way of thinking.

Egnater has a variety of amp choices available, and every model boasts their own unique advantages. For example, if you're after something that's compact and ideal for playing in smaller-sized venues, you'll love the Tweaker 112 15W 1x12 Tube Guitar Combo Amp. Loaded with a pair of 6V6 power tubes and a 12" Celestian G12H-30 speaker, this amp features gain, EQ, and master sections that each offer a wide range of tones. From vintage warmth to modern crunch, the Tweaker 112 is a versatile workhouse that will impress even the most demanding tone explorer.

Now, on the larger side of the scale, you'll have no problem melting faces with the Tourmaster Series 4212 All-Tube Guitar Combo Amp. Consisting of four channels - Clean/Vintage 1, Clean/Vintage 2, Overdrive 1 and Overdrive 2 - there's simply no telling what killer amp sounds you can create with this monster of a combo amp. Packed with custom-voiced Elite-80 speakers from Celestian, a rugged six-button footswitch, tube driven reverb and an abundance of other features, the Tourmaster Series 4212 is built like a tank and will surely satisfy any guitarist who likes to get inventive.

It's hard to believe that there was a time in history when achieving a killer distorted guitar sound meant having to crank your amp to ear-splitting levels and hitting the strings as hard as possible. Thankfully, no longer is that the case, and it's all because of innovative amp tinkerers like Bruce Egnater. Simply put, Egnater combo guitar amplifiers are everything you'd expect from a company started 30 years ago by a man who was inspired by the ferocious sounds that were coming out of Detroit in the mid'70s.