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Tops 20 Amplifier Heads

Updated on March 5, 2010
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Top 20 I would recommend buying

My Top 20 Amplifier Head that I would recommend you buy. We all have our own choices of what sound you are looking for. These are my top choices even though some are very expensive in today's market. You get what you pay for most of the time. You can buy small and cheaper amplifiers. But you might be wasting money in the long run if you really want to play live with a band. I will tell you why below.

  I put a X before those I have owned. I have owned some other amps other then these, but they were not my top choices. I judge these amps by the MANY I have heard on stage, that have just rocked the house down with awesome sound! But I have to say after owning some of these I have ended up owning LINE 6!

And if you have heard some of my videos you will know how close I can get to almost every one of these amps. And you wouldn't know the difference if I told you I actually had the amp or not.

I also own two PODxt models with Model Packs installed on both, and the FBV Shortboard.

PODxt
PODxt Rack Mount for live shows only.

 When it comes to guitar heads for me now. I will not buy any head under 100 watts. Not unless it has XLR left and right outputs to run through a mixer. After 27 years of playing live nad doing videos, I have chosen these heads also for the all rounded sound they produce. That's if I were to even go with any other then Line 6 anymore? Line 6 is loaded with allot of amps, cabinets, and effects based off allot of these models already. And if you go listen to allot of my music www.dreidmusicalx.webs.com and on You tube where I have over 85 videos. You would see what Line 6 can do. I use Line 6 in all of my Direct Recorded videos. very cool stuff and the way of the future to me!

MY Top 20: Not in order but The first one is my dream amplifier. Either the head or the combo model.

LINE 6 - Vetta II HD 300W Stereo
LINE 6 - HD147 300W
Marshall JVM Series JVM205H 50W Tube
X - Marshall - Mode Four Amplifier MF350
X - Marshall - JCM800 2203X Vintage Series 100W Tube
Marshall - JVM410H 100W Tube
X - Marshall -JVM Series JVM210HCF 100W Tube
Marshall - JVM Series JVM410HCF 100W Tube
Marshall - JMD1 Series JMD100 100W Digital
Marshall 2466 Vintage Modern (100 Watts)
X - Crate Blue Voodoo BV120HB
X - Mesa Boogie Dual Rectifier 100W Tube
Mesa Boogie - Roadster 100W Tube
Mesa Boogie Triple Rectifier 150W Tube
Krank - Chadwick Series 2-Channel Combination
Krank - Chadwick Series 2-Channel Tube
Krank - Krankenstein + KRPBK00 120W Tube
EVH 5150 III HD
Peavey JSX (120 Watts)
Soldano Avenger 100W Tube

I will post my top Guitar Amplifiers in the Combo Amp Series also. The sad thing is you can't always keep what you want in life and have had to give up allot of the equipment I have owned do to accidents or just plain money problems. But now I am back and Rock"N"!


Take a look at the photos of these amplifiers heads for reference below.

EVH 5150 III HD Guitar Amp Head

Krank Chadwick Series 2-Channel Combination Amplfier

Crate Blue Voodoo BV120HB Guitar Amp Head

Krank Chadwick Series 2-Channel Tube Guitar Head

Krank Krankenstein + KRPBK00 120W Tube Guitar Amp Head

Line 6 HD147 300W Guitar Amp Head

Line 6 Vetta II HD 300W Stereo Guitar Amp Head

Marshall 2466 Vintage Modern Guitar Amplifier Head (100 Watts)

Marshall JCM800 2203X Vintage Series 100W Tube Guitar

Marshall JMD1 Series JMD100 100W Digital Guitar Amp Head

Marshall JVM410H 100W Tube

Marshall JVM Series JVM205H 50W Tube

Marshall JVM Series JVM210HCF 100W Tube

Marshall JVM Series JVM410HCF 100W Tube

Marshall Mode Four Amplifier MF350

Mesa Boogie Dual Rectifier 100W Tube

Mesa Boogie Dual Rectifier New for 2010 100W Tube

Mesa Boogie Triple Rectifier 150W Tube Guitar Amp Head

Peavey JSX Guitar Amplifier Head (120 Watts)

Soldano Avenger 100W Tube Guitar Amp Head

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