Clearing up questions that you may have about different types of tube amps.
Class A vs Class B Amplifiers
This time we’re going to discuss Class A vs Class B amplifiers and how they differ. We’ll help you understand the difference between them so you can choose the best type for each situation you come across.
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One of the most common problems associated with a tube amplifier is replacing a faulty tube. This is largely because there are many different types available, and many have multiple names. In this post, we are going to look at one such confusing example: the ECC82 vs 12AU7 tubes.
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In this article, we are going to take a look at two power tubes that are similar enough to be interchangeable, but which have different internal designs: EL34 vs KT77.
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Changing tubes in an amp can be a particularly challenging experience, especially since there seems to be such an abundance of them. For this article, we’ll concentrate on the question of the ECC83 vs 12Ax7 tubes. The truth is, there is no difference at all between them, and each one is interchangeable with the other.
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Digital Modeling Combo Guitar Amps are finally becoming a much more acceptable way to amplify your guitar sound. Today’s amplifiers use much higher bitrates and frequency rates, along with higher quality analog-to-digital converters. Continue reading “Best Digital Modeling Combo Guitar Amplifiers – Which one is Best?”
The Express 5:50 Guitar Amp Head is part of a very popular line of amplifiers from the people at Mesa/Boogie. This is a two-channel amplifier that delivers 50 watts of tube driven power. You can buy the Express 5:50 as a head, or as a combo amp. Continue reading “Express 5:50 Guitar Amp Head from Mesa/Boogie”
The Yamaha THR10 can be powered by an AC adapter or eight AA batteries for up to six hours of continuous playing time.
The Yamaha THR10 – 10-Watt 2×3 Modeling Combo is a new type of amplifier from Yamaha that is specialized for non live-performing musicians. The Yamaha THR10 features Volume, Gain, Master, and Tone control knobs. There is also an Amp control knob, which knob toggles between Clean, Crunch, Lead, Brit High, and Modern amp sounds. Continue reading “Yamaha THR10 – 10-watt 2×3″ Modeling Combo”
The Line 6 DT25 112 1x12 25W Tube Guitar Combo Amp is four boutique tube amps in one, American clean, British crunch, class A chime, and modern high-gain.
Featuring reconfigurable analog components, the Line 6 DT25 also includes HD modeling. This allows you to select your operating class to either Class AB/25 Watts/Fixed Bias or Class A/10 Watts/Cathode Biased. Continue reading “Line 6 DT25 112 1×12 25W Tube Guitar Combo Amp”
Fender’s Mustang GT 100 100W 1x12 is a modern combo amplifier made by one of the greatest amp manufacturers in the world.
This single-channel 100-watt amp can be split into 50-watt stereo. It features 21 unique amp models and 46 built-in studio quality digital effects. Continue reading “Mustang GT 100 – Fender’s 100W 1×12 Guitar Combo Amplifier”
The Line 6 Firehawk is a wonder in the guitar amp world, with four internal amplifiers that combine for 680 watts continuous (1,500 watts peak) power.
The Line 6 Firehawk features a full range six-speaker system that accurately replicates tones at any volume, and can be used for acoustic and electric guitar. You can even use the amp as a Bluetooth speaker. Continue reading “Line 6 Firehawk 1500 Stereo Guitar Combo Amp”