What’s the best guitar amp for the money ?

So you need a great sounding guitar amp, but you don’t currently have a lot of funds, now you’re asking what’s the best guitar amp for the money? Let’s have a look at the best amps that a small amount of money can buy.

Fender Champion 20

  • 20 watts
  • 8” Fender Special Design speaker
  • Single channel and input
  • Reverb, delay/echo, chorus, tremolo, Vibratone and other effects
  • Different amp voicings and distortion types
  • 1/8” auxiliary input and headphone output jacks

Featuring onboard effects and amp modelling, this little amp gives you tons of options to play with, to create your perfect tone. Give your guitar a sense of space through reverb and delay, fatten the sound with a chorus effect, recreate a vintage tone with the tremelo and vibratone, or combine all the effects to create something unique.

Amp modelling allows you create the sound of all kinds of other amps; modern, vintage, American, British, metal, country.

20 Watts of power will deliver loud results if you’re at home or even on most stages, where many artists are choosing to keep the noise at a conservative volume, while letting the house PA speakers blast everything out. If the neighbours are complaining and you need to keep the volume down, then there’s a handy headphone socket.

Fat Boy FBGA15 15 Watt Guitar Amp

  • 15W Power
  • 6.5″ Speaker
  • Clean and Boost Channels
  • 270mm(W) x 152mm(D) x 305mm(H)

One of the best and most underrated small guitar amps out there. This little amp is reportedly one of the loudest sounding amps for its size. With a simple interface – gain, bass, mid and treble controls, and a boost button, you know exactly what you’re doing with it. This is definitely a beginner’s practice amp, but for the price, it delivers remarkable results.

DigiTech DG15 15-Watt 1×8-Inch Guitar Combo Amp

  • 15 Watt, 1-channel bass guitar combo amp
  • 1 x 8″ in fully-enclosed back cabinet
  • Controls: Gain, Volume, Treble, Mid, Bass
  • Perfectly voiced and calibrated to get the best tone from any of DigiTech’s multi-effect pedals

A 15W combo amp, which has been designed and calibrated to work perfectly with all DigiTech’s effects. But it sounds great on it’s own. It can deliver rich, clean tones to dirty, fat, distortion. Standard controls let you adjust gain, volume, bass, mid and treble and there’s a headphone out socket.