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An in-depth guide to the amps and effect pedals in Stevie Ray Vaughan’s arsenal.
Guitar World rounds up 17 amazing practice amps that will make you sound better.
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This mega-amp delivers a whopping 200 watts of potential output power with as much finesse as brawn.
Watch this video featuring Bugera's 1960 head demoed with a Fender Strat and Tele.
The 6534+’S EL34 power section takes this amp design to a stimulating new level of usability.
Whether you play classic rock, blues, country or indie rock, the AC15C1 delivers classic Vox tones in an affordable, portable alternative to the AC30 Top Boost.
The only thing more impressive than its microscopic size is its larger-than-life tone.
If you’re ready to wage battle onstage, the Victoria VIC105 is for you.
The 35-watt Crush PiX CR35LDX combo is the heavyweight of the new PiX line, with searing overdrive abilities and a beautifully integrated built-in digital effect section.
Despite the Double Cross' very versatile clean channel, the amp is best suited for delivering overwhelming levels of gain and distortion.
The 60-watt 6505+ 112 combo may be the most versatile of the 6505 Series by way of its thick low end, scooped mids, note clarity and portable size.
The AC4TVH head and V112TV cab combination provides the big sound that has made low-powered vintage amps many guitarists’ favorite secret weapons.
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