Flash Deals: New Deals Just AddedShop now »

Guitar Amplifiers

See More Back
RefineClear All
Find In Stores
  • 100  miles of 
Change
Clear Brands
Clear Savings & Specials
Clear Condition
Clear Customer Rating
Clear Price
Clear More Ways to Shop
Clear Premium Gear
Clear Tube or Solid State
Clear Amp Modeling
Clear Built-In Effects
Clear Depth
Clear Effects Loop
Clear EQ
Clear Footswitch
Clear Height
Clear MIDI
Clear Number of Models
Clear Output Connection Function
Clear Output Connection Type
Clear Power Tubes
Clear Preamp Tubes
Clear Reverb
Clear Wattage/Power Handling
Clear Weight
Clear Width
View as:
  • Grid
  • List

Results 1-20 of 7024

  1. Marshall DSL100H / MX212 100W 2x12 All Tube Guitar Stack w/ Celestion Seventy 80's
    $1,720.00 $1,14999
    Compare Compare Now
  2. Marshall DSL15H / MX212 15W 2x12 All Tube Guitar Stack w/ Celestion Seventy 80's
    $1,160.00 $79999
    Compare Compare Now
  3. PRS 2 Channel Custom 20 Combo LTD Guitar Combo Amp
    $1,54900
    Compare Compare Now
  4. Vox amPlug Lead Guitar Headphone Amp
    $64.00 $4999
    Open Box:
    $42.67
    Compare Compare Now
  1. Vox Limited Edition Ivory Mini5 Rhythm Modeling Guitar Combo Amplifier
    $199.99 $15999
    Compare Compare Now
  2. EVH 5150III 50W Tube Guitar Amp Head
    $1,333.32 $99999
    Open Box:
    $879.99 +
    Clearance:
    $999.99
    Compare Compare Now
  3. Egnater Tweaker Series Head and Tweaker 1x12 Half Stack
    $64998
    Compare Compare Now
  4. Budda Twinmaster Handwired 15W 1x12 Tube Guitar Combo Amp
    $1,799.99 $1,49994
    Compare Compare Now
  1. Yamaha THR5 Battery Powered Amp Head with Amp Bag
    $23998
    Compare Compare Now
  2. Vox VX1SPL 15W 1x6.5 Limited Edition Digital Modeling Guitar Combo Amp
    $139.99 $9999
    Compare Compare Now
  3. Engl Invader 150W Guitar Amp Head
    $3,936.99 $3,14999
    Compare Compare Now
  4. Ibanez Troubadour T30 30W Acoustic Combo Amp
    $266.65 $19999
    Compare Compare Now
  1. Peavey Classic 20 Micro Tube Guitar Amp Head
    $599.99 $49999
    Compare Compare Now
  2. Vox amPlug 2 AC30 Guitar Headphone Amp
    $54.99 $3999
    Compare Compare Now
  3. Behringer Ultracoustic ACX450 Acoustic Guitar Amplifier
    $344.99 $22999
    Compare Compare Now
  4. Fender '57 Deluxe Guitar Amp Head
    $1,89999
    Compare Compare Now
  1. Marshall 2x12 Vertical Slant Guitar Cabinet
    $470.00 $34999
    Compare Compare Now
  2. Peavey 3120 120W Tube Guitar Amp Head
    $1,329.99 $99999
    Compare Compare Now
  3. Yamaha THR10X Battery Powered Amp Head with Amp Bag
    $33998
    Compare Compare Now
  4. Engl Invader 2 100W Tube Guitar Head
    $3,999.99 $3,19999
    Open Box:
    $2,731.51
    Compare Compare Now

Results 1-20 of 7024

1 2 3 4352 Next

When we talk about instruments, sometimes the guitar gets all the credit. Of course guitars are great, but an electric guitar on its own—even a hollow-body—is only so loud. For giving one of the world's favorite instruments its voice, guitar amplifiers deserve a little love too. These amps and speakers are the powerhouses of your audio setup, turning your guitar's output from a simple electric current into those familiar sounds.

For easy, go-anywhere amplification, start out with a combo guitar amp. These all-in-one units combine the preamp, power amp and speakers into one piece, which makes them ideal for places where you want to set up and tear down in a hurry. Rehearsals and busking are easier with a combo amplifier, and they're great for small venues that don't need the power of a larger amp. The combo is your basic, high-versatility amp, and no guitarist should be without one.

Amplifier heads are the standalone electronic components of an amp stack. A head unit is designed to be used with external speakers, and is usually much more powerful than the head section built into a combo amp. There are two main sections to the head unit: the preamp and the power amp. These circuits are one of the most important considerations when choosing your combo amp or head, because this is where tubes come into play.

If you're after a warmer, richer sound with greater distortion and a vintage feel, consider a tube-based amplifier. On the other hand, a solid-state amplifier may be the choice for you if you're looking for more of a clear, crisp sound and the best possible reliability. It all comes down to your own preference.

Speakers and speaker stacks are a necessary partner for standalone amplifier heads. Take the total power level into account when you're looking at speakers, ensuring you're getting a stack with the muscle you need for the venues you play. Speaker configuration is also important, with larger woofers delivering more powerful bass and smaller tweeters bringing through the high-end.

For any venue, it's important to bring along the right amp. A huge amp in a tiny club is not only overkill; it's also extra setup work that you can avoid altogether with a smaller combo amp. On the flipside, a little amp in a big theatre could mean that some of the audience won't even hear you. Take your time deciding what the best option is for you.

You are changing the Ship-To country.

Our product catalog varies by country due to manufacturer restrictions. If you change the Ship-To country, some or all of the items in your cart may not ship to the new destination.