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Amplifiers guitar 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. Amplifiers guitar modifies the instrument's tone by emphasizing some of the frequencies or de-emphasizing certain frequencies and then adding electronic effects to the sound.
Types of Amplifiers Guitar

Basically there are two types of amplifiers guitar and they are given below;
Combination amplifiers guitar: The combination amplifier contains the amplifier head and guitar speakers in a single unit. This unit is located in a rectangular wooden box. Combo amplifier of Amplifiers guitar has at least one 1/4" input jack where you can hook up the patch cord of your electric guitar.

Head amplifiers guitar: The head amplifier of Amplifiers guitar contains the electronic circuitry which is consists of built-in effects processing and the power amplifier. In the head amplifier form, the amplifier head is separate is joined to speakers by speaker cables. Similarly head amplifier of Amplifiers guitar has the different types of input and output jacks. In addition to a 1/4" input jack, amplifiers acoustic guitar typically have an additional input jack for a microphone as well.
How Amplifiers Guitar Modify Input Signal?

Amplifiers guitar consists of more than one circuit stages which have their unique responsibilities in the modification of the input signal. First one is the power amplifier or output stage which produces a high current signal to drive a speaker in order to produce sound. There are one or more preamplifier stages which precede the power amplifier of Amplifiers guitar.

The preamplifier amplifies the guitar signal to a certain level that can drive the power amplifier stage.
Power output of Amplifiers Guitar

There is always a difference between practice Amplifiers Guitar and Recording studio Amplifiers Guitar. These amplifiers tend to have output power ratings of 20 watts and "performance" amplifiers are generally 50 watts or higher. Traditionally they are considered to be been fixed-power amplifiers. A 5-watt amplifiers guitar is perceived to be half as loud as a 50-watt amplifiers guitar. So if you want an increase in volume then you have to double the power of an amplifier. For example a 100-watt amplifier is a bit louder than a 50-watt amplifier. Such generalization or change in volume of guitar due to Amplifiers guitar is also subjected to the human ears and it is quite noticeable
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