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Vox Pathfinder 10 Union Jack

€109.00
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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!
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Orange Crush 20 RT

€225.00
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With footswitchable Clean and Dirty channels our new high gain, four stage preamp design serves up a huge palette of overdriven and distorted sounds, rich in harmonic overtones.

Vox Pathfinder 10 Cream

€109.00
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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!

Danelectro N-10 Honeytone Mini Amp Burgundy

€38.00
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The Danelectro N-10 HoneyTone mini amplifier gives you great sound that lives up to its name in a vintage-styled design that will catch people's eyes as well as their ears, whether you're a street performer or a practicing musician looking for an affordable way to turn up your electric guitar.

Marshall Code 50

€275.00
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Browse over 100 presets for instant inspiration at home or on the road, or mix and match digitally modeled Marshall preamps, power amps, and speaker cab emulations to customize convincing tones for the stage and studio.
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What is an electric guitar amplifier?



An electric guitar amplifier is a device that is responsible for amplifying the electrical signal generated by the electric guitar and sending it to a speaker or headphones. In this way, the sound of the guitar is heard with greater volume and quality. An electric guitar amp usually has several controls to adjust the tone, volume, gain, and effects of the sound. Some amps also have auxiliary inputs for connecting other devices like music players or effects pedals.


How to choose an electric guitar amplifier?



When buying an electric guitar amp, there are several factors to consider, including budget, experience level, musical style, and available space. Here are some tips to help you decide:


  •      The type of use that you are going to give it: it is very important that you know if you are going to use the electric guitar amplifier at home or to play in a band rehearsal or live. The power of the amplifier for domestic use is much lower than for use with the public, and vice versa, for a concert or rehearsal with musicians a small amp would fall short. It is very important that you have this clear before choosing.
  •      The budget: depending on how much you want to spend, you will be able to access different ranges of quality and benefits. In general, cheaper amps tend to have less power, fewer options, and poorer sound quality than more expensive ones. However, there are options to suit all budgets, from cheap but functional amps to professional amps with all kinds of features.
  •      The kind of amp you're looking for: Home amps are typically solid-state amps that put out little power but pack a ton of effects, so you can experiment at home with a cheap amp without spending a fortune on stompboxes. effect. But if you are going to play with an audience or in rehearsal with drums then you need a tube amp, which gets much more sound, with a good clean ceiling and which breaks up the tube sound naturally.
  •      The Experience Level: If you're a beginner, you might want to start with a simple, easy-to-use amp that doesn't have too many controls or options to confuse you. For example, a combo amp with adequate power for practicing at home or in small venues. If you are advanced or professional, you can look for an amplifier that suits your specific preferences and needs, such as the type of tubes, the type of speaker, or the possibility of connecting it to a computer or mixing console.
  •      The style of music: Depending on the genre of music you play or like to listen to, you can choose an amp that sounds more suited to that style. For example, if you play rock or metal, you might choose an amp with a lot of gain and distortion, giving you a more aggressive and powerful sound. If you play blues or jazz, you can opt for an amp with less gain and cleaner, giving you a warmer, smoother sound.
  •      The available space: depending on where you are going to use the amplifier or where you are going to store it when not in use, you can choose a larger or smaller size. For example, if you're short on space or want to transport your amp easily, you might opt for a small, lightweight combo amp that has everything you need in one piece. If you have more space or want to have more sound options, you can opt for an amplifier head and a separate cabinet, which allow you to combine different models and sizes.