Bestselling Guitar Amplifier Speakers in 2021
Fender Frontman 10G Electric Guitar Amplifier
Fender Champion 20 - 20-Watt Electric Guitar Amplifier
- Shape your sound with the EQ section (Bass + Treble) as well as dial in lush effects such as digital reverbs, chorus, vibratone and delay.
- Jam along with your favorite tracks by simply plugging your MP3 player into the Auxiliary input and you instantly become part of the band and /or practice privately with the 1/8th headphone output jack that also mutes the speaker output.
- With a turn of a knob, choose from clean to mean tones from the 17 various amp models that will to accommodate almost any genre of music.
- Store extra cables or other small accessories with the open back cabinet. Voltage: 230 Volts EUR
- Limited Warranty Included
Sawtooth ST-AMP-10ST-AMP-10 10-Watt Electric Guitar Amp
Aroma Guitar Amp Mini Portable Clip Amplifier Speaker Recorder 2 in 1 Chargeable w/ TF Card Slot for Acoustic Electric Guitar, Electric Guitar, Electric Violin Accept 1/4" Guitar Cable - by LC Prime
Sharper Image SBT1008 Bluetooth Wireless Tailgate Speaker With Built-in Amplifier And Guitar Jack
- Multiple Uses, Including Guitar Jack And Mic-In With Volume And Echo Controls With Equalizers For Custom Sound
- Bluetooth-Enabled: Pairs Effortlessly To Other Bluetooth Devices, Compatible With All Phones and Tablets
- Retractable Handle, Wheels At The Base, Stationary Handle For Easy Transport
- Long-Lasting Rechargeable Battery (11.2v/2.2a), Charges Through Ac Or Dc With Cable To Charge In The Car (Cable Included)
- Karaoke Function (Mic Not Included), Powerful 60W Of Output Power, Includes Usb Port And Aux-In Ports
Sawtooth ST-AMP-10-KIT-1ST-AMP-10-KIT-1 10-Watt Electric Guitar Amp with Pro Series Cable and Pick Sampler
Getaria Guitar Amp Mini Portable Clip Amplifier Speaker Recorder 2 in 1 Chargeable w/ TF Card Slot for Acoustic, Electric Guitar, Violin
- 5W OUTPUT MINI GUITAR AMP: 5W output guitar amp, with built-in distortion effect device. No need to lug heavy amps around when you are rehearsing, practicing; Amplify your sound with this portable, solidly built mini headphone amp with an incredible amount of features. It has a standard guitar input jack that accepts a standard 1/4" guitar cable (Cable not included)
- MULTI-FUNCTION AMPLIFIER: Recording function, recording file can be saved in TF card.(TF card not included). Capable of reading TF card(up to 32G), play any format of music. 3.5mm Headphone jack included. You can even mix the audio from the incoming device and the guitar input. there's a little mp3 recorder that's fine for playing back the guitar so you can hear what you just played
- PERFECTLY PORTABLE: Totally portable amp solution; Volume control; Tone control; AUX line in, MIC input, USB cable input; Which even has a belt clip, also for stand support, ultimate easy access. Play along with backing tracks, basic EQ
- COMPACT SIZE with LITHIUM BATTERY: It is light and only about the size of a small sandwich. No power outlet needed
IK Multimedia iRig Nano Amp pocket guitar amplifier with integrated iRig circuit (black) - IP-IRIG-NANOAMP-IN
- 3W class B amplifier and 3" neodymium speaker
- 1/4" instrument input for guitar, bass, and other instruments
- 1/4" output for use with external amplifier or speaker
- Integrated iRig circuit lets you use your iPhone or iPad and amp modeling apps like Amplitude
- Onboard "British-style" tone modeling for distortion without a phone or tablet
Fender Acoustasonic 15 – 15 Watt Acoustic Guitar Amplifier
Marshall MG15CFXMS MG Series 15-Watt Guitar Combo Amp with Two 1x10-Inch Speaker Cabinets
- 15 Watts
- 4 programmable channels
- MP3 input
Molshine 5 Watt Mini Guitar AMP Portable Clip Amplifier Speaker Recorder Rechargeable TF Card Slot for Acoustic, Electric Guitar, Bass (Include 16GB TF Card and USB Cable)-Black
- 5W output guitar amp, with built-in distortion effect device. Supports freely switch between pop, classical, rock, country side, Standard etc.
- Capable of reading TF card(up to 32G), Support MP3,WAV and WMA music format.
- Support AUX connection with computer, phone, tablet, MP3 audio player and other media devices.
- Recording function, recording file can be saved in TF card.(Included 1 Pcs 16GB TF card), Belt clip strap, also for stand support.
- You can get:1 x Guitar Amp, 1 x 16GB TF Card, 1 x USB Cable, 1 x User Manual. And our 100% money back guarantee and Lifetime Warranty.
Aroma AG-03M 5W Portable Multifunction Guitar Amp Recorder Speaker Compact with TF Card Slot
- 5W output guitar amp, with built-in distortion effect device.
- Capable of reading TF card(up to 32G), play any format of music.
- Has there socket for connecting headphone, microphone and aux.
- Recording function, recording file can be saved in TF card.(TF card not included)
- Belt clip strap, also for stand support.
Neewer® Multifunction Portable Cube Electronic Guitar Amplifier Recorder Speaker 5W Guitar Amp Support TF Card Up to 32G for Acoustic, Electric Guitar, Violin (NW-03M)
How to Change Your Yamaha DG 100 Tube Amps
Guitar amps let you play it louder. But sometimes guitar players want to bump it up even more; or maybe just have their amp last longer.
You'll need your guitar amp, a piece of cloth and the new tubes you plan on changing to.
The first thing you'll need to do is turn off and unplug the power supply to your guitar amp. Then you need to take the back panel off of your Yamaha DG 100.
The piece of cloth is to remove the existing tubes. Oils from your hands will ruin the tubes if you directly touch them. Using the cloth you can start removing the tubes. Start with the smaller ones, wiggling them out. Then just lay them to the side. Now you'll want to take out the larger tubes; which are power tubes.
Now that you've taken all the tubes out of your Yamaha DG 100, install the new ones. Here is a handy piece of advice: There is no need to re-bias the amplifier if you're replacing power tubes of the same type. A different type and you will have to bias the amp.
Now if you're using the same type of tubes place them in the power amp slots. Set them in snugly. You can also change the smaller pre-amp tubes, which are the smaller ones. With these smaller tubes you can use any type and never have to adjust the amp.
You're ready to see if your Yamaha DG 100 is in working condition. Plug the amp back in and hit the start button. You'll want to let it run for a few moments to kind of warm up. Check that all the power tubes are lighting up. If they do they are working. Turn standby mode off to check the pre-amp tubes. If they light up as well, then this means that they are working too.
Plug the guitar into your Yamaha DG 100 to test even further. See if both clean and distorted channels are coming through. You want sound to be clear, if there are any crackly noises or sound is faint, you can remove and re-insert the tubes to try and correct the problem. Sometimes this works to reseat them a little better to clear up the sound.
If you're sure all the tubes are lighting and you are getting a good, strong sound through your Yamaha DG 100; you can re-attach the back plate. Now you'll have a fully functioning amp. It should be 100% ready to go. If there still seems to be problems with the Yamaha DG 100, it may now be blown tubes or circuit problems. These problems will require contacting a professional to fix your amp.