Tube Combo Guitar Amplifiers
In a section this extensive, you'll definitely benefit from spending some time here so you can research each amp thoroughly. After all, there are many factors to consider before purchasing an amp, including your current budget, the style of music you play and how much volume you'll need. You can easily pump out a good chunk of volume with a tube amp in the 15W-30W range, especially if you like creating a natural overdrive by pushing your amp's volume and gain controls without using a pedal. Take for example, the Fender Blues Junior Lacquered Tweed 15W 1x12 Combo. Boasting a "Fat" switch, reverb, footswitch jack and all the controls you need to deliver a gritty rock'n'roll tone, the Fender Blues Junior is ideal for classic rockers and punkers alike.
Vox is another company that's praised for tube combo guitar amplifiers - specifically, the aforementioned AC30. During the heyday of the British Invasion, the AC30 was preferred by guitarists around the world who wanted to mimic the tone of groups like The Yardbirds, The Kinks and The Beatles. As you might've guessed, a version of the AC30 can be found here; the Vox Hand-Wired AC30HW2X 30W 2x12 Tube Guitar Combo features two 12" Celestion Alnico Blue speakers, three ECC83/12AX7 preamp tubes, four EL84 power tubes and Top Boost and Normal channels. Along with an "old school" master volume bypass, this model preserves the AC30's sonic character yet has a wider tonal palette to meet the needs of modern guitarists.
And those models don't even scratch the surface of what tube combo guitar amplifiers are waiting in these pages. Proven hits like the Line 6 DT25, the EVNH 5150III and the Egnater Tweaker 112 are all here, ready to be plugged in and cranked up. No matter how much technology improves, the unmistakable tone of a tube combo guitar amplifier will never go out of style - in fact, modern technological advances have only made them more versatile and powerful.