Do these compact heads pack enough analog magic to hold their own with classic tube sounds?
These powerhouse metal amps from EVH, Peavey, Orange, Hughes & Kettner and more will have you primed to seek and destroy straight from the word go
Said to be worthy heirs to the original TubeMan, the two new AmpMan pedals seek to offer elite tone-shaping capabilities
Spirit Tone Generator-fueled heads come in Rock, Metal and Vintage variants, with built-in cab sims and Sagging controls
The German amp brand hits the floor with its latest amp, which combines digital control of analogue solid-state. A new benchmark? We plug in to find out…
The Hughes & Kettner Black Spirit 200 delivers the versatility of today’s high-tech amp modeling products without sacrificing the ease of use and familiar controls of a traditional amp.
The 8-pound amplifier packs 200 watts of power, and is the world’s first analog amp to feature a power amp sagging control.
Theera1 may be the first acoustic guitar amp offered by Hughes & Kettner, but it comes with 25 years of acoustic amp design experience behind it.
Hughes & Kettner’s bestselling TubeMeister lunchbox amp family has been strengthened by the addition of two wild new bigger brothers: the TubeMeister Deluxe 20 and the TubeMeister Deluxe 40.