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Hammond Leslie 3300 Rotary Speaker (Leslie 3300)
Hammond Leslie 3300 Rotary Speaker
  • New: $2,495.00
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Roland Battery-Powered Keyboard Amplifier (KC-110)
Roland Battery-Powered Keyboard Amplifier
  • New: $359.99
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Phonic MK50 Keyboard Amplifier (MK50)
Phonic MK50 Keyboard Amplifier
Peavey KB 1 20W 1x8 2-Channel Keyboard Amp (00573100)
Peavey KB 1 20W 1x8 2-Channel Keyboard Amp
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Peavey KB 5 150W 2x10 4-Channel Keyboard Amp (00573260)
Peavey KB 5 150W 2x10 4-Channel Keyboard Amp
  • New: $599.99
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No matter the genre or your specific style of play, if you’re playing keyboard, synthesizer or electric piano live, amplifiers and monitors are absolutely essential to making your music stand out. You need your amp to be flexible to hit all of the unique sounds your instrument produces, as well as powerful to cut through the rest of the band. And you need your monitors to keep your levels exactly where you want them. With a wide range of options for you to browse here, you’re sure to find exactly what you’re looking for.

Coming in a variety of sizes, shapes and makes, different amps and monitors provide different things. The first thing you’re going to want to look at for most options are the number of speakers and the size of each speaker. Smaller speakers often provide better clarity, while large speakers add power and boom. Bigger doesn’t always mean louder though. The general rule is the higher the wattage, the louder the undistorted sound, so keep that in mind when making a decision based on volume.

Another major thing to take notice of is if the monitor you are considering is powered or unpowered. Powered monitors combine the speaker and amp into a single unit, while unpowered requires a separate amp that you plug into the monitor. It completely comes down to the customized sound and setup you are after, but having all the necessary components is a must before you start taking your show on the road.

Finally, take a look at the amps from a tube or solid state perspective as well. Musicians that swear by tubes feel they offer a warmer sound with more character, while solid state backers love the durability and technological innovation. There is no right or wrong, just what sounds better to you. And if you’re a fan of both, and can’t decide, there are even hybrid options available, providing you with the best of both worlds.

Making sure your music cuts through every time you play, your keyboard’s amplifier and monitor need to bring power and precision. If you want to sound as good as you play, a solid amp and monitor will be your best friends on stage.