If you are looking for a low cost but good sounding practice amp, the Fender G-DEC practice amps have a solid reputation as a well rounded and quality practice amp worthy of mention.
The Fender 65 Princeton Reverb Amp caught my attention when I learned that it was ALL TUBE. Basically, I have been a fan of Fender amps ever since I purchased the Fender Twin Tube which I use live and in the studio for some of the warmest clean rhythm electric tones money can buy.
Here in my opinion is one of the most respected guitar heads of our time, the Line 6 Spider Valve HD100W. I used to be a huge fan of Marshall heads until I played with this amp. You can think of this as the more modern, saavy player’s guitar head.
Marshall is easily the most recognizable amplifier in the world. Its use is almost synonymous with rock music itself. On this review I will take a look at some of the features and performance ofMarshall’s monster head, the JCM 2000…
Retailing for $1290, the Carvin BX1200 is a fantastic amp head that has enough power to blow the barn door off!
This solid state amp head has 1200 watts of bass pumping power. The low end reproduction in this amp…