Guitar Amplifiers

Guitar Amplifiers

A Guitarist on stage without a guitar amplifier is not a pleasant picture, and that is why BAJAAO brings to you best of the guitar amplifiers from across the world to let you take over the stage with perfection. We have a extensive range of amplifiers for all your musical instruments whether you are looking for a small home amp or a professional stage or studio amp, from the best brands worldwide such as Behringer, Blackstar, Bugera, Cort, Egnater, Fender, Hartke, Ibanez, Laney, Line 6, Marshall, Peavey, Pignose, Roland and many more. Buy the best Guitar Amplifiers online with with the best and affordable price in India. Make your shopping experience a wonderful one with us.

To ensure 100% customer satisfaction, Bajaao offers a 15 day return policy, which is better than the 10-day exchange policies commonly found at most online marketplaces or retailers.  You can also call Bajaao’s highly skilled product specialists at +9122-42035353 for any product clarification or after-sales queries.  In addition to having the largest catalog of products in the industry, Bajaao is also currently the only retailer that provides a Free 2 year warranty service and Lifetime Tech Support.

Frequently asked questions (FAQs) about Guitar Amplifiers:

1. What is a guitar amplifier?

  • A guitar amplifier is an electronic device that amplifies the electrical signal produced by an electric or electro-acoustic guitar. It makes the guitar's sound louder and can shape its tone.

2. Why do I need a guitar amplifier?

  • A guitar amplifier is essential for increasing the volume of your guitar to be heard in live performances, rehearsals, or recording sessions. It also allows you to shape your guitar's tone and add effects.

3. What are the main types of guitar amplifiers?

  • There are primarily two types of guitar amplifiers: tube (valve) amplifiers and solid-state amplifiers. Tube amps use vacuum tubes for amplification and are known for their warm, vintage sound. Solid-state amps use transistors and are typically more compact and reliable.

4. What is the difference between a combo amp and a head and cabinet setup?

  • A combo amplifier combines the amplifier and speaker in one unit, while a head and cabinet setup separates them. Combos are more portable, while head and cabinet setups offer more flexibility in speaker choice.

5. Can I use an electric guitar amplifier for an acoustic guitar?

  • While it's possible, it's not always ideal. Acoustic guitars often sound best through amplifiers specifically designed for acoustic instruments, as they have features like EQ and feedback control tailored to acoustic guitar tones.

6. How do I choose the right amplifier for my needs?

  • Consider your playing style, venue size, and budget. Tube amps provide a classic, warm tone, while solid-state amps are more affordable and reliable. Choose an amplifier with an appropriate wattage for your playing environment.

7. What is an amplifier's wattage, and why does it matter?

  • Wattage determines how loud an amplifier can get. Lower-wattage amps (5-15 watts) are suitable for home practice, while higher-wattage amps (30 watts and above) are better for live performances.

8. Can I use pedals with my amplifier?

  • Yes, most amplifiers have an effects loop or input where you can connect pedals. This allows you to shape your sound further with effects like distortion, delay, and reverb.

9. How do I care for my amplifier?

  • Keep it in a dry and dust-free environment, and avoid exposing it to extreme temperatures or humidity. Regularly check and replace tubes (if using a tube amp), and clean the amplifier's exterior gently with a soft cloth.

10. Do I need a separate amplifier for bass guitars? - Yes, bass guitars require amplifiers designed specifically for low-frequency reproduction. Regular guitar amplifiers are not suitable for bass guitars as they may not handle the lower frequencies properly.