In the mid-1990’s, Line 6 set out to meet the needs of today’s guitarist by harnessing technology to turn a wide range of great tone into a reality for every guitarist. Line 6 amassed a noteworthy collection of sought-after vintage amps and effects, and started meticulously measuring and analyzing every tonal aspect of the tubes and their associated circuitry. Line 6 Spider III 75 Review
Hartley Peavey founded Peavey Electronics in 1965 after building his first amplifier in 1957. Peavey has grown to a multi-million dollar company building both quality guitars, amplifiers, and other sound system equipment. The well known EVH 5150 amplifier now called the 6505 is one of the top rock amps of today. Other amps from Peavey have been popular with new and experienced guitarists such as the Bandit and Backstage.
Jim Marshall began as the owner of a small music shop in Hanwell, London selling drums, guitars, and amplifiers. The majority of the amps he sold were Fender but he knew that the amps were expensive so with the help of Ken Bran, using Fender’s design built their own versions which grew to be what we know today.
The makers of the famous Stratocaster and Telecaster guitar. Founded in Fullerton, California, by Clarence Leonidas Fender in 1946 Fender brought the solid body guitar to the masses. Fender also brought us some classic amplifiers such as the Fender Twin and Fender Deluxe
Makers of various guitar and bass amplifiers. From high end tube amps to inexpensive solid state.
Started by Randall Smith as a repair shop that modified Fender amplifiers to produce more gain. Mesa Boogie amps grew in popularity and are used by well known artists like Santana.