6 Small Guitar Amps That Sound Great | Reverb Tone Report



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Though backbreaking full- and half-stacks used to be the premier choice for touring guitar players who wanted the best, loudest sounds, this past decade has shown a changing tide. Small amp tech has gotten better and better, and nowadays, it's getting even less common to see 50-watt combo amps on stage when you can get something just as good in a much smaller package. In the video above, Reverb's Andy Martin digs into some of the best small amps with the biggest sounds currently only the market.
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Gear Used in the Video:
Guitar: Fender American Ultra Stratocaster HSS, Fender American Ultra Telecaster, PRS McCarty 594
Amps: Fender Blues Junior, ZT Amplifiers Lunchbox Junior, Zvez Nano Head, Blackstar Silverline Standard 20-Watt, Sears Silvertone 1481 Combo, Marshall Studio Vintage SV20C
Microphones: Shure SM57, AEA Nuvo N22
No picks
0:00 - Intro
0:29 - Fender Blues Jr
01:45 - ZT Lunchbox Jr
02:57 - ZVEX NanoHead
04:10 - Blackstar Silverline
05:18 - Silvertone 1481
06:30 - Marshall Studio Vintage Plexi
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Audio
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