Amplifiers list

Discover all available amplifiers.

EVH 5150

EVH 5150 free

Profiles count: 33
Fresh construction, built in collaboration with Eddie Van Halen. Sounds great with modern metal, which has been proven by bands like Decapitated and Gojira.

modern high-gain clean crunch


Marshall Super Lead <small class="text-muted">'74</small>

Marshall Super Lead '74 free

Profiles count: 33
This '74 100W Super Lead is an all-original amp, and it's going to stay that way. As far as gain, it falls somewhere in between the '68 Super Lead and the '78 Mark II Lead. It's a bit brighter than the '68 as well, with more top-end bite. Covers territory from slightly crunchy to the "Wall of Marshalls" tone we know and love. A fantastic amp!

vintage high-gain crunch


Mesa Boogie Dual Rectifier

Mesa Boogie Dual Rectifier

Profiles count: 33
The legend of metal and rock sounds. If you're looking for great, well-tested sound, Mesa DR will be the right choice!

modern high-gain crunch


Peavey 5150

Peavey 5150

Profiles count: 16
Classic heavy sound. Perhaps not the best choice for ballads, but nothing beats this monster in heavy tones.

modern high-gain


Peavey 6505

Peavey 6505

Profiles count: 18
5150's younger brother. Apparently, the construction is similar to its precursor, but you might want to check it for yourself!

modern high-gain


Marshall Super Lead 100W <small class="text-muted">'68</small>

Marshall Super Lead 100W '68

Profiles count: 16
This amp is a 1969 Marshall Super Bass 100W which has been modified to a 1968 Super Lead signal path. In our opinion, Marshall perfected the Super Lead in 1968. If you want the "Brown Sound" tone of the early Van Halen records, this is the profile for you.

vintage high-gain crunch clean


Lee Jackson modded Marshall <small class="text-muted">'74</small>

Lee Jackson modded Marshall '74

Profiles count: 11
The story behind this amp is quite interesting. Paul Gilbert owned this amp while attending GIT and had it modified in 1985 by Lee Jackson. Paul used the amp to record the first two Racer X albums, Street Lethal and Second Heat. According to Paul, the amp was stolen out of a friend's car and disappeared. I took a chance and purchased the amp off eBay, not knowing for sure what it was. I contacted Paul and all indications are that this is the amp. It sounds killer—the perfect 80's hair metal amp! Modifications include - An added tube for additional preamp gain, an added tube for a tube effects loop, an added master volume, a line out, and a conversion to KT-88 output tubes.

vintage crunch high-gain


Randall Satan

Randall Satan

Profiles count: 35
Designed by Mike Fortin exclusively for Ola Englund. The name of this amp tells everything about its purpose. Its unique style will work perfectly with low tuning.

modern high-gain crunch clean


Fender Bassman <small class="text-muted">'64</small>

Fender Bassman '64

Profiles count: 22
This Bassman is completely stock, with the rare and sought-after AA864 circuitry. Covers a very wide spectrum of tones, from complex cleans to full Fender overdrive. Paired with a 12" Celestion AlNiCo Blue speaker. Love this amp!

vintage crunch clean


Mesa Boogie Mark V

Mesa Boogie Mark V

Profiles count: 32
Mesa's achievement after 40 years. Go for it, if classic Mesa's sound is your favorite. Used by Lamb of God and Dream Theater.

modern high-gain clean crunch


Engl Fireball

Engl Fireball

Profiles count: 11
One of the most popular amplifiers by Engl from Germany. Offers unique tone, which will fit well with metal or djent.

modern clean high-gain


Vox AC30 <small class="text-muted">'63</small>

Vox AC30 '63

Profiles count: 20
The amp is an original 1963 Vox AC30 combo with the original 12" speakers and copper control panel. The amp features a tube rectifier, (2) EL-84 output tubes and is rated at 30W. The original speakers contribute a great amount of character to the sound of the amp and give it a different flavor than our 2000's AC30 head. The amp was modified at some point in its lifetime with an added Top Boost circuit, which contains two unmarked knobs. We never quite figured out what each knob was (some kind of high/low cut), but when they were set in the right way, the results were special. Has "Normal" and "Brilliant" inputs, with the Normal being very dark and the Brilliant being the trebly Top Boost circuit. ​The amp really shines when you turn up the volume. The jangly Vox overdrive we know and love starts to become apparent with the volume above 5 or so. Wide open, you get a great, complex overdrive. This amp is a tone monster!

vintage crunch clean high-gain


SansAmp Bass Driver DI

SansAmp Bass Driver DI

Profiles count: 16
The Kemper isn't just for guitar! This little box produces a wide array of convincing bass tones. Perfect for the Kemper-owner who wants to record his or her own bass lines for demos, or for the forward-thinking bassist who owns a Kemper. Extremely useful profiles!

bass modern vintage crunch clean


Marshall JCM2000

Marshall JCM2000

Profiles count: 4
This amplifier offers rather common sound, allowing you to achieve both modern and vintage tones. Gary Moore's favorite amp!

vintage high-gain


Mesa Boogie Mark II <small class="text-muted">'80</small>

Mesa Boogie Mark II '80

Profiles count: 26
These amps mark the transition from the raw and organic Mark I amplifiers to the more modern, higher-gain, sound of today's Mesas. The speaker is a EV 15L, and the amp is housed in the most beautiful dovetailed wood cabinet we've ever seen (which was an available option back in the day). This amp is definitely the most attractive (and heaviest!) amp we've ever played. It's also one of the best sounding. We think you'll love it.

vintage clean high-gain crunch


VHT Pittbull Ultra-Lead

VHT Pittbull Ultra-Lead

Profiles count: 19
Universal amplifier, providing gain similar to that offered by 5150, although with more aggressive and clean sound. Make sure to give it a try if looking for unusual and tough tone.

modern crunch high-gain


Laboga Mr. Hector

Laboga Mr. Hector

Profiles count: 18
Made in Poland, designed mainly for musicians looking for high gain. Successfully used by Behemoth, Vader and Decapitated.

modern high-gain


Fender Super Reverb <small class="text-muted">'67</small>

Fender Super Reverb '67

Profiles count: 22
The amp is an all-original 1967 Fender Super Reverb, including original transformers and speakers. The amp features a tube rectifier, (2) 6L6 output tubes and is rated at approximately 40W. Jimi's had a man crush on this amp for quite some time, so it was a dream come true to profile an original specimen. The amp has a somewhat brittle clean tone. When you turn up the volume past about 4 out of 10, the amp starts to break up with the beautiful, full tone that this amp is known for. Definitely not an apartment amp, and is better suited for loud stages. If you love Texas Blues, look no further. It's hard not to play Stevie Ray Vaughan, who often played this model Fender, when plugged into this amp with a Stratocaster!

vintage crunch high-gain clean


Marshall Mark II Lead 50W <small class="text-muted">'78</small>

Marshall Mark II Lead 50W '78

Profiles count: 16
The amp is stock except for an added tube effects loop and conversion from 6550 to EL-34 output tubes. A little more gain and darker tone than a Super Lead. A really great amp for both classic and modern rock!

vintage high-gain crunch clean


Marshall Silver Jubilee <small class="text-muted">'87</small>

Marshall Silver Jubilee '87

Profiles count: 23
The Silver Jubilee amps were designed to celebrate Marshall's 25th anniversary and Jim Marshall's 50th year in music. This is a fantastic-sounding, two-channel amp (Normal and Lead). It's a bit of a hybrid between the vintage Marshalls of old and the more modern, higher-gain Marshalls of today. People love these amps and they've become highly collectible -- for good reason. No other Marshall sounds quite like it. Notable users include Joe Bonamassa, John Frusciante (Red Hot Chili Peppers), and Slash. We think you'll love it.

vintage high-gain crunch clean


Vox AC30 Head <small class="text-muted">2000's</small>

Vox AC30 Head 2000's

Profiles count: 17
There's nothing more British than an AC30! This AC30 is a CCH model, or Custom Classic Head, and contains (4) EL-84 power tubes, delivering a rated 30W. We paired it up with a 4x12 loaded with old Celestion Greenbacks, and we think you'll like the results. Covers the spectrum from jangly clean to great classic overdrive.

vintage clean high-gain crunch


Orange AD30

Orange AD30

Profiles count: 12
Another classic British amp! This amp is a 2-channel, 30W head with (4) EL-84 output tubes. It reminds us of a mix between a Vox AC30 and a modded Vintage Marshall. The cleans are complex, and the overdrive is fantastic. Profiled with 4x12 cabinets loaded with old Celestion Greenbacks and Vintage 30's. Love the chunky overdrive of this amp!

vintage high-gain clean crunch


Orange Tiny Terror

Orange Tiny Terror

Profiles count: 10
This inconspicuous head may really surprise you by its sound. Fits well with light themes and heavy as well, when higher gain is set.

vintage modern crunch clean high-gain


Ampeg B15

Ampeg B15

Profiles count: 6
Classic construction, which will satisfy even the most demanding bassists, especially for lighter sounds.

bass vintage crunch clean


Fender Deluxe Reverb <small class="text-muted">'65</small>

Fender Deluxe Reverb '65

Profiles count: 21
The amp is an original 1965 Fender Deluxe Reverb with a 1950's 12" Jensen speaker. The amp features a tube rectifier, (2) 6V6 output tubes and is rated at 22W. At low volumes, the amp has a wonderfully complex clean tone with lots of high-end chime. As you turn it up, the amp gradually compresses into a gritty overdrive. Wide open, you get a great overdriven tone. We took a few profiles with a Tube Screamer driving the input for some really great rock tones. GREAT amp!

vintage clean crunch high-gain


Krank Revolution

Krank Revolution

Profiles count: 11
This one's for you, if you're looking for a heavy american sound. This amp offers unique clean channel.

modern high-gain clean


Bugera Trirec

Bugera Trirec

Profiles count: 12
This amplifier proves that cheap does not necessarily mean bad. Better check for yourself if it's the right choice for you!

modern high-gain


Randall V2

Randall V2

Profiles count: 8
This hybrid head will do well with oldschool tones, as well as modern sound. Good choice if you're looking for something different than most popular amplifiers.

modern high-gain clean


Marshall JCM800

Marshall JCM800

Profiles count: 21
The most famous amp from British Marshall. Has been used by countless bands despite its simplicity.

vintage crunch high-gain


Ampeg B1RE

Ampeg B1RE

Profiles count: 8
Transistor bass head.

modern bass high-gain clean


Ampeg SVT-3 PRO

Ampeg SVT-3 PRO

Profiles count: 12
A perfect choice for both rock and heavier records. Try it when looking for reliable amplifier.

modern vintage bass crunch clean high-gain


Fender Hot Rod

Fender Hot Rod

Profiles count: 2
This amp provides classic Fender sound, the right choice for all oldschool fans!

vintage crunch clean


Alamo Amp Model 3 <small class="text-muted">'59</small>

Alamo Amp Model 3 '59

Profiles count: 19
A true pearl. Still sounds great, though its over 50 years old! Comes with original Jensen speaker.

vintage clean high-gain crunch


Marshall Valvestate 8100

Marshall Valvestate 8100

Profiles count: 5
Obligatory choice for Death Formation fans. Try this amplifier, if you're looking for heavy transistor sound.

vintage modern high-gain


Hughes&Kettner TriAmp

Hughes&Kettner TriAmp

Profiles count: 4
Yet another universal amplifier. Will work well with most sounds, from 60's to modern metal.

modern high-gain


Engl Savage

Engl Savage

Profiles count: 29
A fully professional amplifier, suitable for heavier tracks. Commonly used by many band, both in sudios and at live performances.

modern high-gain clean