Amplifiers Providence RI

Every guitarist needs a quality amp, and if you're in the market for one, read on. Here you'll get details on a variety of different amplifiers that will help you decide which one is best for you.
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Guitar Amps Providence RI

Looking for Guitar Amps in Providence, RI? We have compiled a list of businesses and services around Providence that should help you with your search. We hope this page helps you find Guitar Amps in Providence.

Fender Combo Amplifiers Providence RI

Fender unveils the next generation of its acclaimed Pro Tube series Super-Sonic guitar amplifier family with the introduction of the Super-Sonic 22 Combo, Super-Sonic 60 Combo, Super-Sonic 60 Head and Super-Sonic 212 Enclosure. For detailed information please read on the article.

Mesa-Boogie Lunchbox Amplifier Providence RI

Introducing the TransAtlantic TA-15, the new micro-dynamo from MESA Engineering. While we may be the last to show at the lunchbox amp party, there is good reason for our stylishly late appearance… we saw another chance to redefine a genre.

Victoria Vic Amplifier Providence RI

New from a company that is best known for making amplifiers with' 50s-approved tweed and two-tone covered cabinets, the VIC105 sets itself way apart by using an army surplus ammunition can for its housing. The steel box with its hinged and removable lid has been reworked to include vents and a topmounted fan to keep the tubes cool. Green is indeed the theme with the VIC105, which sports olive drab paint with yellow markings on the exterior and an array of LEDs inside that cast a green glow on the tubes that you can see very clearly through the Lexan front panel.

Orange Amplifiers Providence RI

When Orange released its adorable Tiny Terror head a few years ago, guitarists were giddy with the lunchbox sized tube-powered tone machine. The amp's combination of portability, hip aesthetics, and big sound made the Tiny Terror a modern classic. So much so, Orange has spun-off the Tiny Terror franchise into a 1x12 combo version and a high-powered take dubbed the Dual Terror amp.

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65 Amps Lil' Elvis Providence RI

The Lil’ Elvis has, in the broad sense, been in development even longer than most—a stately 48 years or so, if you take into account its roots in an odd little combo owned by Vox collector and author Jim Elyea, one that Vox designer Dick Denney had built as his own personal amp, but which never went into production. If you are interested in this product, continue reading and you will get more information.

Amp Simulator Providence RI

For the exact sound, feel, and vibe of a Fender Twin, play through a Fender Twin. But if you want a Fender Twin layered with a plexi Marshall head going through a Peavey cabinet, and with part of the sound filtered in time with the drums, and the guitar's bottom two strings going through an octave divider—believe me, you're better off with amp sims.

B-52 Amps Providence RI

Even though it's one of the most affordable amps in this roundup, the B-52 LS-100 has the power and features to share the stage with any amp here.

Blackstar HT Amplifier Providence RI

Studio 20? Well, if your home studio happens to be Abbey Road, the Blackstar’s appellation might make sense, because this is one loud-as-all-hell 20-watter. I used it for a fairly large club gig— mated with the Blackstar HTV-112 open-back cabinet ($249 retail/$199 street)—and the amp was feisty enough to be heard across the stage and into the audience. Small wonder that when the soundman gave me a board recording of the performance, it was obvious the Studio 20 was not put into the house mix. This low-wattage titan filled the club all by itself, with just a little help from signal bleed into the vocal mics.

Bogner Alchemist Providence RI

Since most guitarists use at least some digital effects processing with their tube amps,the Alchemist should find a receptive audience among players who see the value of havingbuilt-in DSP. Firing up the Alchemist with avariety of single-coil and hum bucker guitars,it was a quick process to dial in sounds thanks to the well-voiced EQ sections and wide-rangingGain controls.

Bogner Uberschall Twin Jet Providence RI

The Twin Jet also varies from the original Uberschall in that its Clean channel has been revoicedto deliver higher-gain sounds and the output stage has been beefed up with KT88 tubes to increasepower, headroom, and tightness.

Burriss Amps Providence RI

With a footprint of only 11.5” x 6.75” x 7.13” and weighing in at 12.7 lbs., the Class A Dirty Red is a medium to high gain rock and roll machine featuring an EH - EZ81 Rectifier, two J/J - EL84’s and three Mullard 12AX7’s to give you everything you want and more.

Classic Fender Amplifiers Providence RI

This article provides you some imformation of the following two guitar amps: '65 Fender Super Reverb Reissue and 1964 Fender Super Reverb. If you want to get the details of them two, keep on reading.

Dave Mustaine Megastack Providence RI

This three-piece unit includes a 15-Watt compact head with four channels, plus two matching speaker cabinets – one angled and one straight. Each cabinet is loaded with a full-range 10" Celestion speaker. Read on for more detailed information in the following article.

Dunlop Micro Pedals Providence RI

The new products just keep on coming with the release of two classic '80s pedals—the MXR Micro Flanger and Micro Chorus. With its simple operation and stellar analog tone, the Micro Chorus joins the ranks of MXR Classics such as the Phase 90, Dyna Comp and Micro Amp.

Dynamic Amps DynaLead Providence RI

Paying homage to both “blackface” and “plexi” amplifiers of the ’60s, this foot switchable two-channel amplifier takes the art one step further by creating a quasi-third channel, one that links the two, creating a very high gain lead option with its own gain and volume control. This amplifier also sports a 6-spring reverb tank with vintage reverb circuit and Power Step, a circuit that reduces power to 50 percent or 90 percent, with no loss of tone quality.

Egnater Tourmaster 4212 Combo and 4100 Half-Stack Providence RI

The hippest feature of the Tourmaster is the Power Grid wattage control. Basically, this function allows you to set the output wattage for each of the amp’s four channels. First, you decide if you want the amp’s max power at 100 watts or 50 watts via the Half-Power switch located next to the Power Grid.

Egnater Tourmaster Half-Stack Providence RI

Egnater’s new Tourmaster amps aren’t of the modular variety, but with four completely independent channels, and a slew of thoughtful features, the Tourmaster aims to give you a ton of tonal flexibility in a bulletproof, gig-worthy package. Read on to know more about them.

Engl Amps Providence RI

With its chunky logo and hardcore wire-mesh grille, the Fireball 100 is really a good product for you to choose. The Clean channelof it is an absolute thing of beauty, with depth, shimmer, and that3-D quality that fills the room and envelops you with sound. If you are interested in it, this article is right for you.

Fender Combo Amplifiers Providence RI

Fender unveils the next generation of its acclaimed Pro Tube series Super-Sonic guitar amplifier family with the introduction of the Super-Sonic 22 Combo, Super-Sonic 60 Combo, Super-Sonic 60 Head and Super-Sonic 212 Enclosure. For detailed information please read on the article.

Fluxtone Model 3 Amplifier Providence RI

The Need to Tame the Volume of guitar amps without actually having to turn them down has led to the development of attenuation devices that are placed between the amp and speaker. Attenuators definitely work, but any time a signal is fed into a resistive circuit some change in tone is inevitable—especially when a serious reduction in volume is called for.

Fryette Memphis 30 Amplifier Providence RI

The Memphis 30 is an innovative blend of modern technology and time honored sonic values. The first amplifier of the all new Memphis series represents a new generation of Fryette Amplification.

Guitar Amps Providence RI

Looking for Guitar Amps in Providence, RI? We have compiled a list of businesses and services around Providence that should help you with your search. We hope this page helps you find Guitar Amps in Providence.

Hughes & Kettner Tube Combo Providence RI

As a true Hughes & Kettner amp the Edition Tube 25th Anniversary not only provides spectacular rock sounds even at modest volume levels, but it will also blow you away with its powerful and sparkling clean channel. Lovers of this product read on for more details.

K-array Loudspeakers Providence RI

The sound of Sennheiser could be heard both on and off the stage during Austin's most famous music festival. Blameshift, a Long Island, NY-based rock band that just released a brand new self-titled EP, allowed fans to preview their music through a pair of Sennheiser HD 238s as they strolled through the crowd.

Marshall Amplifiers Providence RI

Although The Remedy Head Is based on the classic Marshall plexi circuit, Dr. Z’s Mike Zaite hasn’t just cloned an old and proven classic. Instead he has turned the classic plexi recipe on its ear by using four 6V6 power tubes instead of the more common British equivalent, the EL84. Zaite has also added a half-power switch that cuts the wattage from 40 to 20. But perhaps the hippest feature of the Remedy is its “pre-jumpered” channel scheme, which allows you to mix the amp’s High and Low Volume controls.

Marshall MG100HFX Providence RI

In Preset mode, the MG100HFX lets you save your favorite sounds for each channel—including effects—and all your tweaks are remembered the next time you power up the amp. No more worrying about control knobs getting bumped around in transit and having your dream tones lost in the mists of memory.

Mesa-Boogie Lunchbox Amplifier Providence RI

Introducing the TransAtlantic TA-15, the new micro-dynamo from MESA Engineering. While we may be the last to show at the lunchbox amp party, there is good reason for our stylishly late appearance… we saw another chance to redefine a genre.

MG2FX Mini Guitar Amplifier Providence RI

Marshall's MG2FX Mini Guitar Amplifier offers a user-friendly interface consisting of four dual-function knobs (augmented by a Tap/Shift button and a single-character LED display) to provide instant access to ten distinct gain stage settings, five digital effects, a two-band EQ and a tuner.

Orange Amplifiers Providence RI

When Orange released its adorable Tiny Terror head a few years ago, guitarists were giddy with the lunchbox sized tube-powered tone machine. The amp's combination of portability, hip aesthetics, and big sound made the Tiny Terror a modern classic. So much so, Orange has spun-off the Tiny Terror franchise into a 1x12 combo version and a high-powered take dubbed the Dual Terror amp.

Orange Amps Providence RI

The Orange Crush PiX range are the ultimate combo practice amps, perfect for rehearsal or smaller performance environments. They combine portability with solid Orange construction, and durability through using tried and tested Orange parts.

Orange Guitar Amps Providence RI

The new Thunder 30 is an all valve class A 30 watt, twin channel amplifier, powered by four EL84 power valves (two more than the Rocker 30). It will be available in head and 1 X 12 configurations and includes an F/X loop (not featured on the Rocker 30) and the 1x12 is front loaded.

Orange OPC Amplifier Providence RI

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Peavey Butcher Guitar Amp Providence RI

Peavey proudly announces the new Butcher guitar amplifier, a 100-watt, all-tube head that specializes in innovative versatility and timeless, brutal British tone. The Butcher is a two-channel amplifier with five 12AX7 preamp tubes and four EL34 power amp tubes.

Peavey Guitar Amps Providence RI

The Peavey 6534™+ Head is a two-channel, 120-watt amplifier designed with EL34 power tubes to give this American legend a British flavor. The extreme high gain and legendary tone of the 6505 Series is here in excess, but with a special new design to minimize the noise that high-gain tube amps generate.

Peavey Software Providence RI

Peavey is the first ampmanufacturer to jump whole hog into the software pool. With decades ofexperience building amplifiers, the Mississippi company bringsfirst-hand tube-tone knowledge to the table.

Randall V2 Archetype Providence RI

The V2 Archetype isn’t the most flexible amp around—its clean sounds are sterile, and it’s also very noisy when you really crank up the gain and volume—butRandall knows a thing or two about metal amps, and, if that’s your sound, you’ll definitely wantto give this monster a try.

Roland AC-33 Amplifier Providence RI

Designed for both high-quality sound and supreme portability, the AC-33 is the world’s first battery-powered amp designed specifically for the acoustic guitar. It features instrument, XLR microphone, and AUX inputs, along with built-in digital effects, an anti-feedback function, an onboard looper, and an integrated tilt stand for enhanced sound projection. Read on.

Spider Guitar Amplifiers Providence RI

Spider IV Edit, Spider Valve MkII Edit, and Spider FX Infusion are the three ree updates that deliver a host of effect models and a computer-based editor-librarian to Spider IV and Spider Valve MkII guitar amplifiers. If you are a guitar fan, keep on reading for details.

Tube Combo Amps Providence RI

Arguably the ultimate American blues and rock-and-roll tube for recording and smaller venues, the 6V6 has a sweet, musical sound with balanced highs and lows, a slightly gritty midrange, and tactile compression. It also has the “benefit” of putting out only about half the wattage of its big brother the 6L6, making it perfect in small clubs and studios when you want to hit the sweet spot without generating deafening volume.

Victoria Vic Amplifier Providence RI

New from a company that is best known for making amplifiers with' 50s-approved tweed and two-tone covered cabinets, the VIC105 sets itself way apart by using an army surplus ammunition can for its housing. The steel box with its hinged and removable lid has been reworked to include vents and a topmounted fan to keep the tubes cool. Green is indeed the theme with the VIC105, which sports olive drab paint with yellow markings on the exterior and an array of LEDs inside that cast a green glow on the tubes that you can see very clearly through the Lexan front panel.

Vintage 47 Blues Tone Twin Amplifier Providence RI

The VA-167 is a mash-up of two old-school amps, specifically a 1940’s Valco Supreme 510-1 and its Gretsch G-6155/56 variation. The juxtapositions continue as the art decoinspired cab—based on a 1942 Oahu cabinet—sports hand-painted pinstripes, aged tweed, and brown ostrich skin covering instead of the original mother of toilet seat, yielding a fanciful yet funky blues aesthetic.

Vox Custom Series Amps Providence RI

VOX Amplification has updated its classic AC30 and AC15 guitar amplifiers to create the new Custom Series. Models in the new series include the AC30C2X, AC30C2 and AC15C1. Read on for more detailed information in the following article.

VR Series Guitar Amps Providence RI

The VR Series is designed to provide the nuanced tone of a classic amp while still appealing to the more modern player. Both amplifiers in the series offer two channels: Normal and Overdrive. Read on for more detailed information in the following article.

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