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What Are Guitar Amps?

Guitar amps are devices guitarists connects to electric, electro-acoustic or bass guitars that converts their signals into sound, which is then produced through a loudspeaker. They are essential items for electric guitarists and bassists and a variety of different models are available to cater for musicians' needs.

There are two main types of guitar amp: combo amps - which contain the amplifier and speakers in one single cabinet - and standalone head units that require speakers to be connected separately. The purpose of the amp determines what type the guitarist should be looking to use, as well as the size and the amount of power required. Students looking for amps simply so they can learn the guitar usually go for practice amplifiers, which tend to be relatively small and low-powered and fall into the combo category. Those wanting to play live or create a certain type of sound, however, may find head units and separate cabinets better suited to their needs.

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