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Amplifiers & Effects
Engl Guitar Amplifiers
In the world of heavy metal, you'd be hard-pressed to find a guitarist who isn't familiar with Engl guitar amps. Since 1983, Engl has been specializing in high-quality, state-of-the-art amplifiers that are a perfect balance of versatility, durability and power. In fact, many famous recording artists have counted on Engl to take their shredding skills to even greater heights, including Ritchie Blackmore of Deep Purple, Michael Romeo of Symphony X and Marty Friedman of Megadeth. Just take a look around this section and see for yourself what Engl can do for your guitar performance.
As mentioned, Engl amps are used by some pretty big names in the music industry, and some even have their own signature amp models. For a perfect example, check out the Ritchie Blackmore Signature 100W Guitar Amp Head. Boasting the same tone made famous by the guitar legend himself, this all-tube amp head is based on the successful Savage technology, and delivers fine-tuned sounds ranging from clean to crunch. Or maybe you're in the market for a combo - in which case, take a look at the Thunder Drive 50W 1x12 Guitar Combo Amp. This all-tube workhorse contains a 12" Celestian Vintage 30 speaker, and its simple layout makes it very easy to operate while still giving you an impressive range of key features to shape your sound.
Engl is also well-known for their preamps, and the Tube Preamp E 530 is certainly more than meets the eye. In addition to being a modern rock rack system, this 4-channel tube preamp gives you clean, crunchy and lead tones and a balanced recording compensated output. Compact and built like a tank, this little beast will have your leads screaming with ferocity.
Of course, this is only a taste of what Engl has waiting for you in their catalog of guitar amps. Whatever you choose, you can take comfort in knowing that Engl's team constructs every amplifier with today's gigging professional in mind. No doubt, for those who love to play loud and louder, an Engl guitar amp is the obvious choice for you.