2010
02.03

A good guitar amplifier is critical to any tone recipe.

Amplifier choice is equally important as your guitar choice.  The “right” amplifier choice will allow the player to:

  1. Get as close as possible to that perfect tone in your head.
  2. A sensible power rating that matches the size gigs you typically perform.
  3. Will comfortably fit on the stages you perform.
  4. Will fit in your car with your guitar and other gear you will bring to a gig.
  5. Is affordable within your budget.
  1. I OWN A FENDER BLUES JR AMPLIFIER AND I USE A BERHINGER VINTAGE TUBE MONSTER OVERDRIVE PEDAL FOR MY LEAD-A GREAT COMBINATION TO PLAY WITH.

  2. Thanks Bill. I have a public face book group called Guitar Tone Secrets. Lots of the members are Berhinger fans. They also have some good advice. I love the Fender Blue Jr. I can get by on some shows with one guitar and that amp.

  3. where to bay ceriatone overtone?

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  5. I have a Fender Mustang 3, but i would like to trade it in for a Line6 tube, or another Fender Amp, but don’t know which one to get. Can you give me a suggestion. Thank you for your help. Chashing that Tone.

  6. I have a Vox Valvetronix. It is a very good simulator amp. I have the 40 watt. I use it for writing and practice. If you need a gigging amp I recommend the Vox Valvetronix 80 watt.

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  8. Thanks for your useful information, and often an oversight is whether the amp will fit in your car!

  9. I really like the Vox Valvetronix series. They are inexpensive and sound much better than the others in the same price range. I have a 40 watter that goes everywhere with me.