Soon after the first combo amps, guitarists in the 1960's and 70's looked to more wattage for a bigger sound. Amplification in a single housing, “head”, was born.

It all started with Jim Marshall building the JTM45 for Eric Clapton playing with John Mayall's Bluesbreakers and Cream. Pete Townshend from the Who was also first to “get loud”.

Look for Orange amplification to get a real 1970s sound. Great for Rock. Today, also used a lot for Metal. The 50 or 100 watt heads will help you play live, or in the studio.

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