Flicking the switch on your amplifier is almost certain to leave you feeling a serious rush of energy. Almost any musician will tell you that the rush you feel in that moment is second to none. With a tube guitar amplifier head to equal that energy, you will be sure to sound your absolute best when you take the stage. Running your guitar through a head and cabinet offers the ultimate in versatility. Adding a tube guitar amplifier head to your rig is the first step to maximizing your sound. A common question about amplifier heads is actually one of the most important ones: what's the difference between a tube amp and a solid state amp and which is right for me? Tube amps provide a fantastically warm and musical tone, but require more upkeep, whereas solid state amps are less delicate and generally more durable. In the end there is no right or wrong answer, it simply comes down to personal preference. Whichever style better suits your needs is the right option. When choosing a tube guitar amplifier head, it's important to remember that it works in tandem with your cabinet to create your sound. Making certain that your head complements your cab and vice-versa is crucial for any set-up. What kind of music do you love to play? Do you love shredding on your guitar like Edward Van Halen? Then it's a no brainer to check out the EVH 5150 III 100W 3-Channel Tube Guitar Amp Head. Made to withstand an eruption of sounds, this head goes from clean to crunch, always delivering the feeling you're looking for. Similarly, the Randall Nuno Bettencourt NB King 100 100W Tube Guitar Amp Head offers plenty of power and modern circuitry, allowing you to harness Nuno Bettencourt's legendary percussive tone for your own use. If you're more interested in a vintage feel, a Tone King Galaxy 60W Tube Guitar Amp Head could be perfect for you. It is designed with an ultra-pure signal that delivers an authentic, organic tone. While if you're looking for the legendary Brit-tone, a Fargen Amps AC Duo-Tone Tube Guitar Amplifier Head, with its complex jangle and chime, is definitely worth exploring. At the end of the day, there are so many options available to you that it truly comes down to a matter of personal preference. Having a powerful tube guitar amplifier head in your studio, jam space, or on the road, will help you recreate the tones of your heroes while carving out your own distinct sound for all your fans to enjoy.