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Guitar and Bass Amps

In our physical and online store we are specialists in electric, acoustic and bass guitar amplifiers. We stock a wide range of products to meet the needs of all musicians, from beginners to professionals. We have the best brands on the market, such as Marshall, Vox, Blackstar, Supro, Orange and many more. In addition, we have spare parts and accessories to keep your amplifier in perfect condition.

Buying in our store has many advantages: we offer you expert advice, payment facilities, quality assurance and after-sales service. And if you buy online, we send your order home in 24/48 hours with total security and comfort.

Electric, Acoustic and Bass Guitar Amps

Supro Amulet 1x12

€1,339.00
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The Supro Amulet is a vintage-voiced 1x12 combo loaded with all-tube reverb and tremolo along with a new, 3-way switchable power attenuator.
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Vox Pathfinder 10

€99.00
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Those instantly recognizable, warm British sounds you´ve come to expect from VOX are alive and well in the compact, 10-Watt Pathfinder 10 combo - plus a high gain capability that´s thoroughly modern!

Foxgear Plex 55 Mini Amp

€155.00
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The NEW PLEX 55 Foxgear’s FETs preamp section truly mimics the behavior and harmonic content of tube preamps like the Classic British tones reminiscent of Marshall Plexis. 
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Blackstar Sonnet 60 Black

€388.00
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The Sonnet 60 is the ideal grab-and-go acoustic combo. This light weight, compact and feature laden 60 Watt, 1x6.5 + tweeter combo is perfect for all your acoustic gigging needs.

Blackstar Fly 3 Mini Amp

€75.00
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The FLY 3 is an innovative, cutting edge 3 watt mini amp which combines two channels, tape delay and the Blackstar patented Infinite Shape Feature (ISF) to create the perfect compact and portable guitar amplifier
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Markbass Little Mark 58R

€598.00
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The new LITTLE MARK 58R amp new design features all the connections and controls on the front panel leaving on the rear panel only the speaker outs and AC power socket, offering optimal ergonomics and making everything more practical.
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Supro Royale Cabinet

€599.00
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The Royale 1x12 Extension Cabinet features the custom Supro BD12 high-power driver, offering the same mid-range punch and clean articulation as the Royale combo but with additional stage volume.
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Types of amplifiers



An electric guitar amplifier is a device that transforms the electrical signal that the guitar produces when it strikes the strings into audible sound through a speaker. These amps often have controls to adjust the volume, tone, and effects of the sound, as well as different channels to switch between clean and distorted sounds. There are different types of electric guitar amplifiers depending on their technology, such as tube, transistor or digital.

An acoustic guitar amplifier is a device that is responsible for amplifying the natural sound of the acoustic guitar without altering it too much. These amps often have a larger speaker and tweeter to better reproduce high frequencies. They also often have controls for adjusting the tone and sound effects, such as chorus or reverb. The frequency response is flat and they are designed so that the sound cannot be contaminated.

A bass amplifier is a device that is responsible for amplifying the sound of electric or acoustic bass with greater power and clarity. These amps often have a smaller, stronger speaker to better handle low frequencies. They also often have controls for adjusting volume, tone, and sound effects such as overdrive or compression.


Is my amplifier suitable for any instrument?



No. Each instrument must use its own amplifier because each one has different characteristics and needs.

If an electric guitar amp is used for a bass, the speaker may be damaged by excessive vibration of the bass strings.

If an acoustic guitar amp is used for an electric guitar, the distortion and dynamics of the sound may be lost.

Using a bass amp for an electric or acoustic guitar can result in a dull, dull sound.

Therefore, it is best to use the appropriate amplifier for each instrument and thus obtain the best possible performance and sound quality.