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Guitar World rounds up 17 amazing practice amps that will make you sound better.
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From Slash's pickups to Eddie's amp, here are five essential pieces of signature gear.
The Shuttle 9.0 sets a new standard for high-powered, low-weight bass amplification, with proven Shuttle tone, flexibility and portability.
Jet City Amplification and Mike Soldano can be very proud of this stellar amplifier, with its organic and detailed sounds.
For less than a grand on the street, the Haze 15 head with two matching MHZ112 cabinets offers big Marshall tones in a mini stack that you can haul around in a Smart car.
With its competitive price and streamlined but versatile features, the Vox Night Train is a welcome and worthy addition to the new breed of bantam amps.
When it comes to tone and features, the Electra Dyne may be the black sheep of the Mesa/Boogie family, but every rocker knows that black is always in style.
The Fender Bassman TV Series amps deliver good old-fashioned tone with modern dependability.
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.
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