theres alot of marshall jcm’s
but they have like tsl and dsl and i dont know what that means haha someone give me the best marshall jcm type
Q: What kind of guitar amplifier should I buy?
I’ve been in the market for a new guitar amplifier and I am not sure which one I should choose. I would like a detailed answer providing specs of the amplifier, and why I should choose it above others.
A: Depends on how much money you would like to spend bro. If your budget is lower, I would invest in a Line 6. These babies can rock. You have plenty of effect choices, and different types of sound. They are great. If you are leaning to a higher price, Marshalls, VOX’s, Fenders are great. Fenders are actually cheaper and so are VOX’s. Here are some links you can explore at.
I recomend Fenders Price.
Hope This helps and remember DO RESEARCH AND ALWAYS TRY THE AMP FIRST. Peace bro
Q: How can I fix my guitar amplifier after connecting a bass to it?
I have a guitar amplifier and I connected a bass to it. I played with it for a few minuets then it turned off all of a sudden. I kept on switching the amplifier on and off, and nothing would happen. I was wondering if the amplifier can possibly be fixed or not. If it can, what do I do in order to fix it?
A: It’s probable you blew the fuse. Small amps generally use a cartridge-type fuse that can be examined by unscrewing a (usually black) cap somewhere on the rear or occasionally the front panel. If the metal strip in the cartridge is discolored or burned through, replace it with an equivalent fuse.
You may have blown the fuse because something was out of whack with the wiring of the bass, so I wouldn’t suggest plugging the bass back in unless its owner can confirm it’s working properly. Instead, once you’ve replaced the fuse, test with a known-good instrument (e.g., your guitar). Normally, hooking a bass up to a guitar amp shouldn’t cause catastrophic issues per se, though it’s possible to blow a speaker cone if you turn the amp up too loud — guitar amp speakers can have trouble absorbing the mechanical stress of playing low-frequency bass notes at high volume.
Q: Guitar Amplifier?
I have a Marshall MG 150 guitar amp. Every time that I turn it on, it makes a loud buzzing sound, almost like a fan turning. This sound goes on for about 2 minutes, then subsides, but the amp still has a soft hum. These 2 buzzings may be unrelated, but what is the first buzzing? Is something broken with the amp?
A: most likely it is just the fan running….mine does that too. It just need to clear out the dust and any residue that is settled on the fan.
The second soft hum: check your guitar cables you might have a loose connection.
Q: What is the best Acoustic guitar amplifier for Martin guitars?
Helli, I’m buying a Martin D-16 Acoustic Guitar And i want to get an amplifier for it, Im getting the D-16 With the pickup yes… So i was wondering what IS the best acoustic guitar amp for Martin guitars around the price range of $1500-2500? Thanks!
A: I’d say either a Fishman acoustic amp or a Roland acoustic amp
Q: If I were to get a bass guitar, would it work with my regular electric guitar amplifier?
If I were to get a bass guitar, would it work with my regular electric guitar amplifier? I would like to know.
A: I have tried this and it is not a good idea. I had a very nice guitar amp and I blew it out. BUY A BASS AMP!!!! But for the long term if you play guitar and bass buy a keyboard amp it can handle the low and high frequencies of the two instruments.
Q: what are these settings on your basic electric guitar amplifier?
What is Bass, Mid, Treble and Drive controls on your basic guitar amplifier. What are these controls and want differences do they make in your sound of guitar? What are the differences in volume should each knob be on for different sounds or do they even have to do with the sound? Please help me im a great guitarist after 5 months i just dont understand the controls very well.
A: Bass, Mid, Treble are levels. If you turn up the treble the higher pitches (sounds) become louder and more audible. If you turn up Bass the deeper and boomier pitches come through. Mid acts as an equilizer between both the high and low pitches. Drive is basically an effect included in many begginer guitar amps, It is a fuzzy sort of thing that usually is used for heavy metal of punk rock stuff. This usually works best with the basss and treble at high level.
Q: How can I play my Ipod through my guitar amplifier ?
How can I play my Ipod through my guitar amplifier ? I know it can be done, I’ve seen the little cables that plug through the amplifier into the ipod, I just have no idea what their called.
Thanks for all answers, if its convinient could you post a link to amazon uk , if not just tell me the name of the cable. Thanks
Quick 5 points for a right answer!
A: Get one of these (a 1/4″ jack to 3.5mm jack reducer) http://www.installergadget.com/catalog/251-155.jpg
Then connect it into the headphone input of your ipod and insert a 1/4″ jack plug (guitar cable) from it to the amp!
Watch the volumes or you might blow a speaker!
Q: What is a good guitar amplifier for all genres of music, but specifically heavy metal?
I want a good guitar amplifier that has great tone for all genres of music and has especially great tone for heavy metal.
I want it with great distortion and overdrive and it does not cost so much.
A: Line Six Spider III, great amps, come in a variety of Wattage, I personally have the 30W amp, it is more than loud enough…I have to play it on about a quarter volume and it is still very loud, has 4 channels, clean, crunch, metal and insane, insane is excellent for solos although the metal channel is not very heavy but still can sound good, I personally don’t tend to play a lot of metal music but it is a still a kick ass amp, the 30W is only £140 as well. Brilliant amp well worth considering.
Q: How can I build a tube guitar amplifier?
I am an experienced electronics technician looking to build an tube guitar amplifier. I have done some research but all I found were books writen in the 50s. I am interested in theory as well as materials. I am a little confused about tubes. There are so many different kinds. IE: pentodes, triodes, ballasts, rectifiers, etc… Also there are various mounts, covers and things. A big part of the reason I studied electronics was an interest in guitar amps and effects.
I’m trying to figure that out myself , planning to build one this summer. This site I found is really helpful, it has instructions for how to build various tube amps with different tones, I think it has some theory stuff too. Check it out
Q: What material can substitute the earth to create a portable electrical ground for a guitar amplifier?
I have a guitar amplifier which makes unwanted noise when I connect my guitar to it. It happens because the amp is not connected to ground because my house’s electrical wiring is bad. I manually connected the the gorund line to the earth and the sound went away. What I want to know is, Can I connect the ground line to another source with high capacitance (such as the earth) and let it be small and portable at the same time?
A: Do you have copper old medal water pipes that go into the earth where
you have seen this. If so you can use that as a ground while at home
but when you leave your house seek compliance grounded wired sites.
There is no fake ground substitute that I know of. It sounds like you
know your home is a danger if an appliance gets grounded and you or
someone comes in contact with it.
Q: What Electric Guitar Amplifier should i Get?
What amplifier should i get for my Electric guitar? (not too expensive)
I am looking for one that doesn’t muffle out the sound of my electric guitar. I am looking for a 16-30 watt amp. I don’t really need effects though
thanks for the help!
A: Without knowing your budget it is hard to answer that, but a tube amp is always going to sound better than a solid state. If you are just playing at home the VOX AC4TV is a beast. I just picked one up a couple weeks back for home practice. It is $249, only 4 watts but will blow away any 15 watt solid state amp. Two other options would be the Fender Pro Jr. at $399 or the Fender Hot Rod series Blues Jr at $499. Both Fenders are 15 watts. All 3 amps are class A power which cannot be compared to the wattage of a solid state like a Line 6 for instance. The 4 watt class A Vox is as loud as a solid state Line 6 15 watt.
Q: What is the function of powered loudspeaker connected to a guitar amplifier?
What is the function of powered loudspeaker connected to a guitar amplifier?
A: Well you have your amp and well if there is a pa system you can
1.) run a line out from amp to pa
2.) mic amp to pa
For a complete mix on stage so everyone in the band an audience can hear you
Q: Is it possible to connect a guitar amplifier to additional speakers ?
Ok so I have 2 sub woofer speakers and a synthesized tuner amplifier I was wondering if I can some how set them up to my guitar amp or guitar itself so I can get a better sound.
A: Use the “line out” jack from your amp, plug it into your subs cabinet.
Q: What can I do with my fender electric guitar amplifier if I have given it larger voltage than it requires?
My fender guitar amplifier requires 110 volts and I have supplied 220volts. Thus it is not working. What should I do now?
A: Hello, Abeer! Most likely you have burnt out your power transformer; unfortunately, this is one of the most expensive parts in the amplifier! It is remotely possible that you only blew a fuse; but even so, the transformer windings may still have been affected. If you have a tube amplifier, there should be an externally-accessible fuse, which can be easily replaced to check function. If it is a solid-state model, you will need to remove the chassis to access the internal fuse. If you do this yourself, don’t go poking around inside the circuitry; even off, the capacitors can store a charge for a long time, and you can get shocked! My recommendation would be to carefully check the fuses, and if their replacement does not awaken the unit, take it to a Fender Service Center (see http://www.fender.com/support/service_centers/ ) and have it repaired. Best regards, Dana