When they entered the scene in the 1960s, Kustom amplifiers made an incredible first impression with their unique hot-rodded looks. And not only were they the original "upholstered" amps - they were also among the first models to feature solid-state electronics. This was a big deal in the tube-dominated market of the '60s, so Kustom was facing an uphill battle to prove that their tech could perform. But perform it did, and today solid-state amps are everywhere. If you want to hop on board with one of the pioneers of the platform, you're off to a good start by checking out this lineup of Kustom solid-state combo guitar amplifiers.They may have left the naugahyde behind, but Kustom's vintage DNA is alive and well here. Of course you'll want to start by deciding which speaker configuration you're looking for, so you can find the right amp to deliver it. For example, if you prefer a single 12" driver, you'll want something like the Kustom Auris 50W 1X12 Stage Guitar Combo. Need that second cone before you feel complete? No problem: just scale up to the Kustom Auris 60W 2X12 Stage Combo Amplifier. Both models are 2-channel setups with dual-footswitch support, 4-ohm speaker outputs and direct-out ports for expandability. Plus, they're loaded with a smorgasbord of sweet digital effects so you can invent all kinds of signature sounds even before adding your favorite pedals to the effects loop.Like all solid-state models, there are a few things that go without saying when it comes to Kustom solid-state combo guitar amplifiers. First, they're lighter than their tube-powered cousins, which makes them a cinch to lug to any gig. Second, they have the toughness to handle just about any kind of punishment and keep on kicking. And of course, you'll get clean sound that's great for technical playing styles - but still carries some vintage color thanks to those Celestion speakers. All in all, it's a pretty impressive package!