4 Channels Guitar Amplifiers
To speed up your search, it helps to narrow down your choices by using the "Subcategories" function. Under that title, you can click on 4-channel "combo guitar amps", "guitar amplifier heads" or "guitar amplifier stacks" and only those models will appear. Combo amps can range anywhere from 15-watt practice amps to 1x12, 100-watt powerhouses that are perfect for small-venue performances. Need a suggestion? Check out the Marshall JVM Series JVM410C Tube Combo Amp. The 4 channels on this beast are Clean, Crunch, OD1 and OD2. Along with built-in, studio-quality digital reverb and footswitchable modes on each channel, the JVM410C is the most versatile amp Marshall has ever constructed.
Engl is another company that prides itself on designing amps that are jam-packed with effects. For modern shredders who are searching for a new head, turn your attention to the Engl Victor Smolski Ltd. E646 100-W Tube Guitar Amp Head (Black). As the only constant member of Germany heavy metal band Rage, Smolski has earned himself quite the sterling reputation for his musical virtuosity. His amp provides the fastest attack, soaring lead lines and punchiest rhythm available. From shimmering cleans to vintage crunch, there's no telling what kind of cool new guitar tones you can create over the E646's independent 4 channels.
And when you get right down to it, that's what makes 4-channel guitar amplifiers so great: they're loaded with everything an adventurous guitarist needs to broaden their playing horizons. In addition to the combo and head mentioned, be sure to explore the many half stacks available here. Thanks to companies like Line 6, Hughes & Kettner, Egnater and countless others, there is no shortage of 4-channel guitar amplifiers on today's market and this section has more than enough choices to consider.