2 Channels Tube Combo Guitar Amplifiers
You've probably noticed that the first page alone boasts a wide range of eye-catching tube-driven beauties. To help speed up your search, you might want to consider narrowing down your options by price range. For example, if you're searching for a tube combo amp between $300 and $400, check off that box under "Price" and top-rated amps like the Fender Hot Rod Series Pro Junior III and the Ibanez TSA15 Tube Screamer 15W 1x12 will be displayed. Both of these amps are ideal for studio recording and even small-venue performances.
Now, for those of you who play out often and want to blow your audience away, check out one of the many impressive tube amps in the $750-$1000 range. Want a tone that's similar to the British Invasion groups of the '60s? Feast your eyes on the Vox Custom AC15C2 15W 2x12 Tube Guitar Combo Amp. Or, if you really want a broad array of tone-shaping capabilities, go with the Egnater Tweaker-40 112 40W 1x12 Tube Guitar Combo Amp. These killer combos are a treat on the eyes as much as they are on the ears, so you'll have no problem turning heads in your direction.
In the early days of tube amps, achieving a distorted guitar tone meant having to crank the volume and tone knobs up full blast. Of course, the addition of a 2nd channel changed this, which is a big reason why rock music became louder and crunchier during the late 60s. Today, 2-channel tube combo guitar amplifiers are a perfect balance of modern technology, old-school durability and vintage warmth. So try to spend some time in this section. With a little persistence, you'll be sure to come across something here that makes you eager to plug in, turn up and rock out!