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Keyboard Amplifiers

Guitar Musician has a full compliment of keyboard amps, and monitors by the biggest brand name manufacturers in the music industry. Our lineup includes guitar amps, bass amps, acoustic guitar amps, keyboard amps as well as electric guitar amps and live sound power amplifiers all for the best prices on the net. Famous names like Fender, Peavey, Crate, Marshall, Behringer, Line 6, Roland, Yorkville, SWR, Ampeg, Hiwatt and others.

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$649.99

Roland Kc-600 Keyboard Amplifier
"For over two decades, keyboard players everywhere have relied on Rolands KC amps for their powerful high-fidelity sound, onboard mixing features, versatile connectivity, and lasting durability. The latest generation carries on the time-honored KC benchma

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$139.99

Peavey Kb-1 Keyboard Amp
"The KB Series gives musicians the power and reliability they need with a feature set that brings everything together in one convenient package. KB amps do much more than just amplify keyboardsthey're complete sound systems for your band rehearsals or liv

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$249.99

Peavey Kb 2 Keyboard Amp
"The Peavey KB 2 amp is designed for keyboards but also operates as a personal PA with four separate channels, including a mic input on channel 3 and a monitor input on channel 4. 2-band EQ per channel, headphone out, FX send/return, and balanced XLR out.

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$199.00

Roland Cm-30 Cube Monitor
"The Roland CM-30 Cube Monitor delivers 30W of audio punch through a rugged, high-quality 6.5"" coaxial 2-way speaker with stereo preamp. The CM-30 is designed for home-studio and wide-ranging monitoring applications, but it can be used for live monitorin

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$1595.00

Hammond Leslie Studio 12 Organ/Guitar Rotary Speaker Black
"Joining the line is the smallest-ever dual-rotor Leslie intended for general applications, The Leslie Studio 12. It is the same size and weight as the popular C37 Guitar Leslie with which it shares a common cabinet. Keyboard players have asked for an ult

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$649.00

Hammond Leslie Ls2215 Keyboard Amplifier
"There is no more iconic name in organ amplification than Leslie, and the Leslie LS2215 carries on the tradition of uncompromising amplification of quality organ tone. But wait, there's more. The LS2215 is a reasonably priced and highly portable keyboard

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$379.99

Roland Kc-220 Keyboard Amplifier
"For over two decades, keyboard players everywhere have relied on Rolands KC amps for their powerful high-fidelity sound, onboard mixing features, versatile connectivity, and lasting durability. The latest generation carries on the time-honored KC benchma

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$549.99

Roland Kc-400 Keyboard Amplifier
"For over two decades, keyboard players everywhere have relied on Rolands KC amps for their powerful high-fidelity sound, onboard mixing features, versatile connectivity, and lasting durability. The latest generation carries on the time-honored KC benchma

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$449.99

Roland Kc-200 Keyboard Amplifier
"For over two decades, keyboard players everywhere have relied on Rolands KC amps for their powerful high-fidelity sound, onboard mixing features, versatile connectivity, and lasting durability. The latest generation carries on the time-honored KC benchma

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Keyboard Amps

The advent of the keyboard meant a revolution in the amplification industry. Until keyboard amps came into demand, the main amplification process in music was through various guitar amps. However, piano players who were interested in incorporating a larger sound through the electronic keyboard soon realized that using amps designed for guitar simply did not work, for several reasons:

In order to fulfill these needs, the keyboard amp was invented. These amps often look like those used by guitar players, but have a wider frequency response. This response is due to the fact that the amps use more power and have more robust speakers than guitar amps (the cabinet of a keyboard amp will contain at least three types of speaker, in order to reproduce sounds from across the spectrum).

The makeup of a keyboard amp

Like other types of amp, keyboards use systems with two main components, the head and the cabinet. The head houses the electronic workings, while the cabinet houses the speakers.

In the Head

In the Cabinet

The cabinet is the area in which a keyboard amp is most likely to contain equipment that a guitar amp will not. Speakers contained in keyboard amps are more varied, as they need to be able to produce a wide range of tones.

Many keyboard amps will have a combination of speakers housed within their cabinet, often depending on the experienced musician’s desired sound. While many can be purchased as one unit, most dedicated keyboardists will find that they prefer to purchase the components separately and put them together. For many, this will include not only the speakers but also the electrical components of the amp such as power amps