Tuesday, April 23, 2019

Amplifiers

Marshall 1962HW and 1958X Combos

Which would you choose: the mighty handwired Bluesbreaker combo or its 18W 2x10" cousin?

Roland Blues Cube Artist Review

From the cream tolex right down to the writing on the badge, Roland’s Blues Cube echoes vintage amps from a certain other brand – but it sets about its work in a way that’s entirely modern.

Orange OB1-300 Bass Amp

New for 2015, the all-analogue Orange rackmount bass amps let you blend cleanliness and filth to your heart’s content.

ACUS One For Strings 5 & 10 Acoustic Amplifiers

From a simple acoustic guitar amp to a virtual PA-in-a-box, Italy’s Acus is a sound reinforcement company to watch.

Bad Cat Unleash Review

An attenuator and an amp, all in one? Yes, Bad Cat’s unique Unleash is all about volume – less of it, or more… or lots, lots more.

Orange Beginners Electric Guitar Starter Pack with CR12L Combo Review

Whether starting out or returning to the fold, a starter pack can get you rolling in the right direction.

Howling Wolf 5/15 Combo

A new name in amps is always welcome, and this British-built solid-state/valve hybrid combo takes a refreshingly different approach to getting boutique tones.
Blackstar FLy 3

Blackstar Fly 3 Review

Overdrive, delay, an MP3 input and the noise of a mighty three watts, all for the price of – well, frankly, fifty quid.
Fender rumble 500

Fender Rumble 500 Combo Review

Now lighter and louder with upgraded speakers, we see how the mightiest combo in Fender's Rumble series shapes up. Review by Gareth Morgan.
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