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An in-depth guide to the amps and effect pedals in Stevie Ray Vaughan’s arsenal.
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The Golden Melody’s ability to amplify fine details and treat notes with wondrous reverb and tremolo places this amp alongside a handful of history’s elite boutique designs.
The Ampeg BA600-210 has lots of oomph for an amp in its size and weight class.
All the hallmarks of a great Marshall’s tone are in this amp.
Fender's latest Band-Master recreates all of the best tones from the past with improved, modern gain and effects.
The Diamond Nitrox a no-compromise amp that makes no excuses and takes no prisoners.
Traynor's YCS50H amp head and YCS412VA cabinet offer a wide variety of tones for the guitarist on a budget.
If you're a classic rock or blues player who craves pure, unadulterated tweed tone, the Fender ’57 Champ is the only way to go.
If you loved the Tiny Terror but want more power and the ability to switch between rhythm and lead settings, the Orange Dual Terror will be your new best friend.
The Mark V is like a greatest-hits package for tone. It’s like having a faithful recreation of Mesa’s most legendary amplifiers—such as the Mark I, IIC+ and IV—packed into one amp, along with bonuses like all-new British-inspired circuits.
Eddie Van Halen once said he got his best tone at home alone, “playing through that little Bandmaster cranked on 10.”
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