Guitar Amplifiers

A guitar amplifier (or guitar amp) is anelectronic amplifier designed to amplify the electrical signal of an electric guitar, bass guitar, or acoutstic guitar so that it will produce sound through a loudspeaker. Most guitar amplifiers can also modify the instrument's tone by emphasizing or de-emphasizing certain frequencies and adding electronic effects, typically distortion and reverb. The input of modern guitar amplifiers is a 1/4" jack, which is fed a signal from a piezoelectric pickup (usually from an acoustic guitar) or an electro-magnetic one (from an electric guitar).

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