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Guitar & Bass Amplifiers

A Pick of Great Guitar and Bass Amplifiers around. Marshall, Peavey, Ampeg, Orange, Fender, Trace Elliot and many more.
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Orange took the popular bi-amp system, using both bass and guitar amps for a wide range of tone and cool overdrive tones, and shoehorned it into a single 2U, rackmountable unit. The OB1-500 sports a 3-band Baxandall EQ so you can dial in the perfect low-end tone. Gain and blend controls let you add overdrive to your sound and mix it with your original signal.
From late 1962 to late 1963, when the 18" Foundation Bass unit came into being, T60 cabs were the only cabinet expressly made for bass by Vox. And of course, production of T60 cabs continued, in hand with T60 amplifiers, all the way through to the end of 1966 / early 1967. Care is needed in assigning possible dates to cabs based solely on the type of logo affixed. As with control panels and components in amplifiers, there is a good deal of overlap between types of logo, speakers, and so on.
Big bass response, sparkling highs and a fairly open midrange that gives the beautiful cleans that blackface Fenders are famous for. It will overdrive nicely when you turn it right up (> 6 on the vol), but that will be LOUD.

Bass Amplifiers

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Usually amps you can gig with are big and expensive. But there are a few cheap amps you can gig with, without compromising your tone. Today we take a look at what makes these amps perfect for beginner players ready to take the stage.
While you may not think it, finding the best guitar amp for your needs is one of the most challenging - and important - gear decisions you're likely to make. Luckily it's also one of the most fun - especially if you like to get nerdy about your gear. Your choice of guitar amp drastically impacts your overall tone, and if you choose wisely, you'll unlock tonal possibilities you never knew were possible.
All rock and metal fans know the Marshall name - it has, after all, adorned the stages of some of the biggest names in rock'n'roll for decades. But while the iconic script logo is perhaps best known on the front on amps, the audio firm also produce some of the best speakers on the market, so we've picked out a selection of the best Marshall speakers currently available right now.

Guitar Amplifiers

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