Musical Instrument Amplifiers are electronic amplifiers that converts barely audible or purely electronic signal from musical instruments such as an electric guitar, an electric bass, or an electric keyboard into an electronic signal. These electric signals are then capable of driving a loudspeaker that can be heard by the performers and audience.
Musical Instrument Amplifiers consist of
Musical Instrument Amplifiers consist of combination or combo amplifiers which include a preamplifier, a power amplifier, tone controls, and one or more speakers altogether in a cabinet. This housing or cabinet is usually made of hardwood, plywood, particleboard, commonly moulded plastic. Some of the Musical Instrument amplifiers for some instruments are also available without an internal speaker so these amplifiers have to be plugged into external speakers.
Types of Musical Instrument Amplifiers
Traditional guitar amplifier is an electronic amplifier which is designed to make the signal of an electric guitar or acoustic guitar louder so that it produces sound through a loudspeaker. Guitar amplifier modifies the instrument's tone by emphasizing or de-emphasizing certain frequencies and then adding electronic effects to the sound of guitar.
Hard rock-style guitar amplifiers, these amplifiers have characteristic tone because they often include pre amplification controls, tone filters, and distortion effects. These amplifiers are used to add "drive", intensity and "edge" to the guitar sound. Hard rock-style guitar amplifiers are used in a range of genres like hard rock, metal, and punk.
Bass amplifiers, with extended bass response and tone controls which are specifically designed for bass guitars. Compressor or limiter features are used in higher-end bass amplifiers, which help to keep these amplifiers from distorting at high levels of volume. In order to keep the amplifier cool external metal sinks or fans are used.
Keyboard amplifiers, these amplifiers are available with very low distortion and flat frequency response in both directions. Keyboardists can control the tone and level of several keyboards through onboard tone mixer present on the keyboard amplifier.
Acoustic amplifiers, these amplifiers are very similar to keyboard amplifiers in many ways but designed specifically to produce a clean, transparent, acoustic sound when used with acoustic instruments. These amplifiers are available with built-in transducer pickups and/or microphones.
Availability of Musical Instrument Amplifiers
Musical Instrument Amplifiers are easily available in electronic shops and online stores. Get these variety and quality Musical Instrument Amplifiers with decent and reasonable prices for your instrument sound modification
Musical Instrument Amplifiers