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  • BluGuitar Amp1 Iridium Edition

    BluGuitar Amp1 Iridium Edition - "Four Channel, 100-Watts with different Hard Rock/Metal Voicings"


    SOUND If you’re into various genres of Hard Rock and Metal, this is such a great solution for achieving a myriad of tones in such a small package. Having access to Rock, Hard Rock and Metal tones (that range from the 1970s to current) in a four-chan…

  • Ampeg ST-25L Olympian

    Ampeg ST-25L Olympian - "A rarer blast from the past."


    First proper semi pro band I joined had one of these. Used with a Hiwatt 4x12 cab. I was in heaven, a Cadillac as opposed to the clapped out Austin, Vox, AC30's I used up until then. Great reverb, a vibrato that sounded almost 'Leslie' like, silver…

  • Taurus Stomp-Head 3.HG

    Taurus Stomp-Head 3.HG - "Amplifier in a stomp (pedal board) format offers plenty of features & flexibility" has images


    SOUND: Any quality amp should be diverse, no matter its design. The Taurus SH3 (Stomp Head) HG (High-Gain) Amplifier is exceptional in its overall diversity and design, as well as in sound. Taurus may not be as well known as other amp companies (a…

  • Marshall 2098 JMP Lead

    Marshall 2098 JMP Lead - "Possibly the most underated and misunderstood Marshall head"


    I do repair work from time to time for a vintage music shop, which is where I came across this amp. The owner had it in a back storage room in nonworking condition and ask me to take a look at it. The output transistors were blown along with the ov…

  • Crate PowerBlock

    Crate PowerBlock - "Best backup head of them all!"


    Crate has been more or less synonymous (for good or bad) with solid state guitar amplification for over two decades. It would make sense then, that they know a thing or two about making them sound good. In some cases yes, and in some cases not so muc…

  • Marshall 3210 Lead 100 Mosfet [1984-1991]

    Marshall 3210 Lead 100 Mosfet [1984-1991] - "nice price.. worh it"


    The Marshall Lead 100 Mosfet has a solid-state power amplifier with a tube pre-amp through a 12AX7. It delivers 100 watts of solid-state power at 4 ohms. The Clean section is only solid-state, whereas the "Tube Drive" section delivers exactly what…

  • Randall RH 100 G2

    Randall RH 100 G2 - "small amp clear sound"


    The Randall RG 10 is very handy. It gave me an excuse to take my guitar on road trips. Great dual rectifier modeling and some nice chorus and delay combo's that you can dial up. Cleans up very well also and it's pretty punchy for it's size. I put bat…

  • Ibanez TBX150H

    Ibanez TBX150H - "Meh not great but decent for the money"


    Ibanez is really known for their tube screamer petals and they're very inexpensive and versatile guitars. They're not quite as known for the amplifiers but they do make some very inexpensive amplifiers for the money. This amplifier is known as the to…

  • Fender FM 100 Head

    Fender FM 100 Head - "Good clean not really."


    This amp by no means is meant for going outside of the house. You tuck this thing away and never let anyone hear it or see it. It is designed to be a practice amp, but the tone from it is really horrible. I am don't care to listen to it at all beca…

  • Ampeg Vh140C Head

    Ampeg Vh140C Head - nickname009's review


    2 channels: Channel A: gain low,ultra mid, high and level. Channel B: Gain, low, mid, high and level. On board Reverb : Rev A and Rev B. On board Chorus: Depth A, Depth B, and universal Rate. Effects loop. UTILIZATION Just like the c…