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Top 10 Best Beginner Electric Guitar Amp 2021 Malaysia

Connecting to one of the best beginner guitar amplifiers could be the first step toward realising your dream of becoming a true electric guitar god. After all, the union of an electric guitar and a great-sounding guitar amp is one of life's greatest pleasures.

It's safe to say that beginner guitar amps are better than ever before, and you can now get those stadium rock sounds at home without blowing out the windows! You've come to the right place if you're new to the world of beginner guitar amps. We'll walk you through the best options on the market today and give you expert advice on what to look for when buying your first amplifier in this guide.

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1. ORANGE CRUSH 35RT

The Crush 35RT is a two-channel amp with separate volume controls, an overdrive gain control, and a shared EQ, as well as a 3.5mm aux input jack and a handy headphone socket that doubles as a speaker-emulated recording/line out, thanks to Orange's CabSim circuit.

The built-in digital reverb is warm as well, adding a nice touch of ambience, and the built-in tuner is quick and accurate. We were also impressed by the CabSim circuit's tone quality, which worked well in both a PA and a home recording setup.

Whatever your age or taste, there's no excuse for not getting a great sound with this new Crush combo. The 35RT has a lot of classic and modern Orange tone on tap, and it sounds great in the bedroom or with a band.

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2. BOSS KATANA 50 MKII

Boss is one of the most well-known brands in the guitar industry, thanks to its long history in the world of effects pedals. The Boss Katana 50 MKII takes this heritage and turns it into one of the most affordable beginner guitar amps available.

For a little more than RM1000+, you get five different amp voicings and 60 different effects, so there's something tonally for everyone. When you add in extras like a USB PC interface for recording to your computer, you've got a pretty compelling package.                            

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3. ORANGE CRUSH 20

While Marshall and Fender are undoubtedly more well-known, many players prefer British amp giants Orange for their high-gain requirements. Simply put, the sound of an Orange's gain – or distortion – is unlike any other. The sound of an Orange at full throttle is something to behold: thick, with plenty of mid-range girth and a raspy high-end.

All of that expertise and knowledge is packed into the Orange Crush 20, a 20W, beginner-friendly solid-state amplifier that will serve any aspiring metal player perfectly. Yes, it lacks any kind of effects, but for such a tonally balanced amplifier, that's a small price to pay. 

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4. MARSHALL MG15GR

This amp checks all the boxes for those looking for a classic practise amp. With two channels, you can set a clean tone volume and then use the overdrive select button to activate a completely different gain tone. Many amps in this price range don't have three bands of EQ. Finally, headphones and an aux input make quiet practise a breeze.

This amplifier is well-made and well-equipped. The Marshall MG15CF is a solid practise amp that delivers a classic Marshall tone and includes a headphone output and an aux input for added convenience (for MP3 play-along). It's reasonably priced, and it's a fantastic little package.

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5. LINE 6 SPIDER V20 MKII

The Spider V 2- MkII is an excellent beginner amp, not only for practise but also for expanding a student's sonic palette, thanks to its ability to accommodate tones from a wide range of musical styles. This is reflected in many positive reviews from students, their parents, and teachers who recommend the amplifier. Some people buy this amp as a grab-and-go couch amp for when they don't want to set up their main rig and just want to play. Users can turn off mic and cabinet emulation in the MkII update, which is a popular feature among those who want the amp to sound and feel like a traditional amp.

If all you want is an affordable practice amp with a lot of sonic options, the Spider V MkII is the way to go.

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6. YAMAHA THR10II

Without a doubt, the Yamaha THR10II is one of the best desktop guitar amplifiers available. This mighty little amp comes in a compact, stylish package that fits in any room and offers a wide range of tonal options.

This amp comes with five incredibly realistic amp models and a variety of studio-quality effects, as well as one bass guitar model and an acoustic guitar option right out of the box. As if that wasn't enough, the mobile editor app gives you instant access to even more sounds.

So, if you're short on space but want a big tone, the Yamaha THR10II is the amp for you.

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7. BLACKSTAR ID:CORE STEREO 20 V3

The third generation of Blackstar's ID:Core 20 combo is a fantastic option when you need a top-notch practise amp and a single-handed session tool in one. It features a sleeker editor, a powerful, new cab simulator, and immersive stereo effects. With six unique amp voices for everything from sparkling cleans to molten-hot high gain, the ID:Core 20 is a one-stop shop for all your needs if you want to dabble in a variety of genres and playing styles. After you've dialled in your tone, use Blackstar's Super Wide Stereo technology to add depth and dimension to your sound, with built-in modulation, delay, and reverb effects available at all times.

There's even an onboard TRRS Line In/Streaming jack, so you can use sounds from the amp to film guitar covers and capture performances directly onto your phone.

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8. ROLAND JC-22 JAZZ CHORUS

The JC-22 Jazz Chorus is a 30-watt version of Roland's JC-40 that has been dimmed for home use. All of the beautiful single-channel solid-state tones and functionality are still present, but in a more manageable 26-pound package. Retro chorus sounds are accompanied by high-quality stereo reverb, as well as stereo and mono inputs, allowing the player to plug into their favourite stompboxes or multi-effects units. Through a pair of 6.5′′ custom-designed speakers, two independent power amps project three-dimensional aural colours.

For lush guitar sounds, the Jazz Chorus ultraclean shimmer is the gold standard. Its immaculate tones can be heard on pristine rock arpeggiations, searing blues, and bopping jazz textures with its Dimensional Space Chorus – which, come to think of it, covers a lot more sonic real estate than its more well-known counterparts.

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9. FENDER CHAMPION 20

Looks like a vintage Fender? Check it out. A wide range of amp tones and effects built-in? Check it out. Is there an aux input on your music player? Check it out. For silent practise, is there a headphone output? Check it out. The simplicity of the single-channel Fender Champion 20 combo amplifier is its beauty. It has a great starting tone with all knobs at noon, and once you start digging in, you'll find a wide range of sounds to explore. After spending some time honing your technique with the Champion 20 combo amp, you'll be well prepared to play through just about anything.

Roland JC-22 Jazz Chorus 30-watt 2x6.5 Stereo Combo Amplifier (JC22) - Music Bliss Malaysia
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10. VOX MINI5 RHYTHM

The Mini5 crams a lot of features into its sleek silver casing. Vox's acclaimed Valvetronix range provides 11 amp models and eight effects, as well as auxiliary and mic inputs for backing tracks and vocals.

All of these features were available in the previous Mini3 model, but the Mini5 adds two key features over its smaller sibling: a larger, more capable 6.5-inch speaker and 99 rhythm patterns.

Thanks to those rhythm patterns, the Mini5 also proves to be a useful practise tool. We've been harping on about using drum beats to inspire new songs and ways of playing, and the Mini5 is a great way to do so quickly and easily.

Top 10 Best Beginner Electric Guitar Amp 2021 Malaysia

Connecting to one of the best beginner guitar amplifiers could be the first step toward realising your dream of becoming a true electric guitar god. After all, the union of an electric guitar and a great-sounding guitar amp is one of life's greatest pleasures.

It's safe to say that beginner guitar amps are better than ever before, and you can now get those stadium rock sounds at home without blowing out the windows! You've come to the right place if you're new to the world of beginner guitar amps. We'll walk you through the best options on the market today and give you expert advice on what to look for when buying your first amplifier in this guide.

Sold out

1. ORANGE CRUSH 35RT

The Crush 35RT is a two-channel amp with separate volume controls, an overdrive gain control, and a shared EQ, as well as a 3.5mm aux input jack and a handy headphone socket that doubles as a speaker-emulated recording/line out, thanks to Orange's CabSim circuit.

The built-in digital reverb is warm as well, adding a nice touch of ambience, and the built-in tuner is quick and accurate. We were also impressed by the CabSim circuit's tone quality, which worked well in both a PA and a home recording setup.

Whatever your age or taste, there's no excuse for not getting a great sound with this new Crush combo. The 35RT has a lot of classic and modern Orange tone on tap, and it sounds great in the bedroom or with a band.

Sold out

2. BOSS KATANA 50 MKII

Boss is one of the most well-known brands in the guitar industry, thanks to its long history in the world of effects pedals. The Boss Katana 50 MKII takes this heritage and turns it into one of the most affordable beginner guitar amps available.

For a little more than RM1000+, you get five different amp voicings and 60 different effects, so there's something tonally for everyone. When you add in extras like a USB PC interface for recording to your computer, you've got a pretty compelling package.

Sold out

3. ORANGE CRUSH 20

While Marshall and Fender are undoubtedly more well-known, many players prefer British amp giants Orange for their high-gain requirements. Simply put, the sound of an Orange's gain – or distortion – is unlike any other. The sound of an Orange at full throttle is something to behold: thick, with plenty of mid-range girth and a raspy high-end.

All of that expertise and knowledge is packed into the Orange Crush 20, a 20W, beginner-friendly solid-state amplifier that will serve any aspiring metal player perfectly. Yes, it lacks any kind of effects, but for such a tonally balanced amplifier, that's a small price to pay. 

 

Sold out

4. MARSHALL MG15GR

This amp checks all the boxes for those looking for a classic practise amp. With two channels, you can set a clean tone volume and then use the overdrive select button to activate a completely different gain tone. Many amps in this price range don't have three bands of EQ. Finally, headphones and an aux input make quiet practise a breeze.

This amplifier is well-made and well-equipped. The Marshall MG15CF is a solid practise amp that delivers a classic Marshall tone and includes a headphone output and an aux input for added convenience (for MP3 play-along). It's reasonably priced, and it's a fantastic little package.

Sold out

5. LINE 6 SPIDER V20 MKII

The Spider V 2- MkII is an excellent beginner amp, not only for practise but also for expanding a student's sonic palette, thanks to its ability to accommodate tones from a wide range of musical styles. This is reflected in many positive reviews from students, their parents, and teachers who recommend the amplifier. Some people buy this amp as a grab-and-go couch amp for when they don't want to set up their main rig and just want to play. Users can turn off mic and cabinet emulation in the MkII update, which is a popular feature among those who want the amp to sound and feel like a traditional amp.

If all you want is an affordable practice amp with a lot of sonic options, the Spider V MkII is the way to go.

Sold out

6. YAMAHA THR10II

Without a doubt, the Yamaha THR10II is one of the best desktop guitar amplifiers available. This mighty little amp comes in a compact, stylish package that fits in any room and offers a wide range of tonal options.

This amp comes with five incredibly realistic amp models and a variety of studio-quality effects, as well as one bass guitar model and an acoustic guitar option right out of the box. As if that wasn't enough, the mobile editor app gives you instant access to even more sounds.

So, if you're short on space but want a big tone, the Yamaha THR10II is the amp for you.

Sold out

7. BLACKSTAR ID:CORE STEREO 20 V3

The third generation of Blackstar's ID:Core 20 combo is a fantastic option when you need a top-notch practise amp and a single-handed session tool in one. It features a sleeker editor, a powerful, new cab simulator, and immersive stereo effects. With six unique amp voices for everything from sparkling cleans to molten-hot high gain, the ID:Core 20 is a one-stop shop for all your needs if you want to dabble in a variety of genres and playing styles. After you've dialled in your tone, use Blackstar's Super Wide Stereo technology to add depth and dimension to your sound, with built-in modulation, delay, and reverb effects available at all times.

There's even an onboard TRRS Line In/Streaming jack, so you can use sounds from the amp to film guitar covers and capture performances directly onto your phone.

Sold out

8. ROLAND JC-22 JAZZ CHORUS

The JC-22 Jazz Chorus is a 30-watt version of Roland's JC-40 that has been dimmed for home use. All of the beautiful single-channel solid-state tones and functionality are still present, but in a more manageable 26-pound package. Retro chorus sounds are accompanied by high-quality stereo reverb, as well as stereo and mono inputs, allowing the player to plug into their favourite stompboxes or multi-effects units. Through a pair of 6.5′′ custom-designed speakers, two independent power amps project three-dimensional aural colours.

For lush guitar sounds, the Jazz Chorus ultraclean shimmer is the gold standard. Its immaculate tones can be heard on pristine rock arpeggiations, searing blues, and bopping jazz textures with its Dimensional Space Chorus – which, come to think of it, covers a lot more sonic real estate than its more well-known counterparts.

Sold out

9. FENDER CHAMPION 20

Looks like a vintage Fender? Check it out. A wide range of amp tones and effects built-in? Check it out. Is there an aux input on your music player? Check it out. For silent practise, is there a headphone output? Check it out. The simplicity of the single-channel Fender Champion 20 combo amplifier is its beauty. It has a great starting tone with all knobs at noon, and once you start digging in, you'll find a wide range of sounds to explore. After spending some time honing your technique with the Champion 20 combo amp, you'll be well prepared to play through just about anything.

Sold out

10. VOX MINI5 RHYTHM

The Mini5 crams a lot of features into its sleek silver casing. Vox's acclaimed Valvetronix range provides 11 amp models and eight effects, as well as auxiliary and mic inputs for backing tracks and vocals.

All of these features were available in the previous Mini3 model, but the Mini5 adds two key features over its smaller sibling: a larger, more capable 6.5-inch speaker and 99 rhythm patterns.

Thanks to those rhythm patterns, the Mini5 also proves to be a useful practise tool. We've been harping on about using drum beats to inspire new songs and ways of playing, and the Mini5 is a great way to do so quickly and easily.

Top 10 Best Beginner Electric Guitar Amp 2022 Malaysia

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