Welcome to Guitar Amps On Sale

 
Looking for Guitar Amps or Bass Amps for really cheap? How about $50? Believe it or not, there are thousands of people out there trying to sell Guitar Amplifiers for a few bucks, and this is where we come in to help you find the best deals on super cheap guitar amps. We have developed software that is constantly searching the internet gathering cheap guitar amps for sale, updating our guitar amp listings every minute.

There are huge numbers of types of cheap guitar amps available online. Whether you are looking for the perfect Guitar Amp, Bass Amp or any other Guitar Amplifier Equipment to get your unique musical message out to your audience,
we are the right place to shop.
Pick a make of guitar amp from the left hand menu to search by brand, or type in what you are looking for in the search box to find exactly what you're looking for!

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Marshall JTM60 610 612 615 622 60W Primo Tube Set 5881 12AX7

Marshall JTM60 610 612 615 622 60W Primo Tube Set 5881 12AX7

Price: $80.48 (0 Bids)
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Wilder Footswitch Foot Pedal Guitar Vintage

Wilder Footswitch Foot Pedal Guitar Vintage

Price: $59.99 (0 Bids)
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Celestion Seventy 80 12" Guitar Speaker 8 ohm

Celestion Seventy 80 12" Guitar Speaker  8 ohm

Price: $79.00 (0 Bids)
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Marshall JTM60 610 612 615 622 60W Primo Tube Set EL34 12AX7

Marshall JTM60 610 612 615 622 60W Primo Tube Set EL34 12AX7

Price: $73.48 (0 Bids)
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1968 Fender Twin Reverb - Awesome Shape!

1968 Fender Twin Reverb - Awesome Shape!

Price: $1,350.00 (0 Bids)
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Marshall MG Series MG101 CFX 100 Watt 1 X 12 Combo Amp

Marshall MG Series MG101 CFX 100 Watt 1 X 12 Combo Amp

Price: $365.00 (0 Bids)
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1964 Gibson Falcon GA-19 RVT

1964 Gibson Falcon GA-19 RVT

Price: $525.00 (0 Bids)
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MARSHALL HEAD - FRONT & BACK LID - LIVE IN - ATA CASE

MARSHALL HEAD - FRONT & BACK LID - LIVE IN - ATA CASE

Price: $149.00 (0 Bids)
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Orange Crush 30R Guitar Amplifier

Orange Crush 30R Guitar Amplifier

Price: $109.99 (0 Bids)
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Marshall MG412A 4x12" 120-Watt Extension Speaker Cabinet

Marshall MG412A 4x12" 120-Watt Extension Speaker Cabinet

Price: $259.99 (0 Bids)
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Kustom Half Stack - TRT100 Head TR412 Cabinet

Kustom Half Stack - TRT100 Head   TR412 Cabinet

Price: $875.00 (0 Bids)
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Line 6 Full Stack

Line 6 Full Stack

Price: $1,875.00 (0 Bids)
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MESA BOOGIE ROYAL ATLANTIC RA-100 TUBE HEAD DEMO

MESA BOOGIE ROYAL ATLANTIC RA-100 TUBE HEAD DEMO

Price: $1,000.00 (0 Bids)
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D2F® Padded Cover for Trace Elliot TA-60CR

D2F® Padded Cover for Trace Elliot TA-60CR

Price: $59.95 (0 Bids)
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D2F® Padded Cover for Trace Elliot TA-50R

D2F® Padded Cover for Trace Elliot TA-50R

Price: $57.95 (0 Bids)
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D2F® Padded Cover for Ampeg GVT-52 112 Combo Amplifier

D2F® Padded Cover for Ampeg GVT-52 112 Combo Amplifier

Price: $69.95 (0 Bids)
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D2F® Padded Cover for Avatar Signature 2x12 Ext Cab

D2F® Padded Cover for Avatar Signature 2x12 Ext Cab

Price: $94.95 (0 Bids)
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D2F® Padded Cover for Fender Frontman 25 1x10 Amplifier

D2F® Padded Cover for Fender Frontman 25 1x10 Amplifier

Price: $59.95 (0 Bids)
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Celestion G12H-75 Creamback 12" Speaker

Celestion G12H-75 Creamback 12" Speaker

Price: $169.00 (0 Bids)
Time Left: 54m
 

How To Choose A Guitar Amp

 
Here are some things to keep in mind when you buy your first guitar amp. Different amplifiers to suit different styles of guitar music. Blues, rock jazz and blues are best served by the "vintage" sound. This is the sound of the sixties, brought the world by the likes of Led Zeppelin, Hendrix and Cream. You can get the authentic sound of himself to get a program of effects that can reproduce many of the vintage amp sounds. For playing heavy metal high-gain amplifiers are the way forward. These amplifiers provide a further distortion of vintage amplifiers.

Come to the possibility that sometime in the near future will be a professional guitarist or semi-professional. Will getting paid to play guitar on stage. People enjoy hearing you play at their concerts, but not the idea that your family will be enjoying listening to your guitar practice. The message here is to get a practice amp or an amplifier that is small enough to play through without his family and neighbors crazy. Either that or make sure the place where the practice is separated by distance or thick walls around the world. If you must practice in his bedroom, get a headset.

For use in practice or for small gigs that need a low voltage amplifier. It is better to go for a good tone so that your relationship with your amplifier will always be one of mutual respect. Do not let a kid in a store selling guitar amplifier with a big bad effects-laden boat. You will not need any of that for a while, if ever. Eventually become disenchanted with intensity, but a good sound is a joy forever. So thirty watts and start working on being a serious musician.

What makes the sound of his electric guitar in a pleasant tone is your pre-amplifier. Connect your guitar into it and it works on the sound of the strings to give bass, treble and a number of other qualities that go into a great tone. You'll find some pre-amps use of MIDI technology to generate the tone. Using this type of configuration you can save the settings to connect to a predefined effects pedal. It is best to get a separate box effects. This will give better quality effects and greater versatility.