Guitar Amp Handbook Revised, Updated

Recording pros know that a great guitar sound in the mix starts with miking a great guitar amp—and the creation, care and maintenance of that amp is explored in the newly revised edition of The Guitar Amp Handbook, as it looks at what makes different amps sound the way they do and how to get the most from them.
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Montclair, NJ (May 22, 2015)—Recording pros know that a great guitar sound in the mix starts with miking a great guitar amp—and the creation, care and maintenance of that amp is explored in the newly revised edition of The Guitar Amp Handbook, as it looks at what makes different amps sound the way they do and how to get the most from them.

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Author Dave Hunter goes through how tube amps work; details of the crucial components and circuitry; how to choose an amp to get the tone needed; how speakers and cabinets affect a player’s sound; profiles of many celebrated amps; how to get a great sound live and in the studio; and a step-by-step guide to building a genuine Class A amp at home

The Guitar Amp Handbook reveals technical tricks used by today’s designers and builders, and ends with exclusive, in-depth interviews with figures in the tube amp-building world, including Ken Fischer, Mark Sampson and Michael Zaite.

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