Fender Guitar Amplifiers

Fender guitar amps, combos, heads and cabs have delivered timeless tone for more than 60 years. Discover classic tube tone, digital modeling and more.  

If you're in the market for an electric guitar, you will need some other equipment to get the best sound out of your instrument. Unlike an acoustic guitar, an electric guitar or bass means that you need some other equipment to get the best sound out of your instrument and make music everyone can enjoy. The most critical piece of equipment you need now is an amplifier. You can play an electric guitar or bass without the amp, but where's the fun in that? Bananas at Large® has a large selection of amps, including Fender guitar amplifiers.

A Brand You Know and Trust

You already know Fender is one of the best, most popular brands of guitars — and they make great amps, too. If you're in the market for a new amplifier, consider a Fender guitar amplifier. Whether you're a beginner or a pro, you're sure to find something you'll love.

Fender makes high-quality products, like the Fender Princeton amplifier. If you choose a Fender guitar amplifier, you can feel confident you're getting something that will be there for you for a long time.

There are several different types of guitar amplifiers, all with unique features. Picking the right one is important — choose the amp that has all the features you need without extra settings you'll never use. Why pay more for something you don't need? No matter what your budget is, Fender amps come at several price points.

Some tips for finding the guitar amplifier that best fits your needs include:

  • Choose the Right Type of Amp: There are different types of guitar amplifiers that are better suited for different purposes. A combo amp is a standard-looking amp that is great for smaller venues if you're a performer. Head and cabinet setups are best suited for arenas and other large places. There's also the difference of solid state vs. tube amps. These two types create unique sounds, but the tube amp will likely be more expensive.
  • Look at the Speaker Size: A smaller speaker will be able to produce more higher-pitched sounds, while a larger speaker can project those lower notes better.
  • Consider How You'll Use It: If you're a professional musician performing at large venues, you'll likely need that head and cabinet amp. But, you won't need an amp of quite this level if you're only playing in smaller places.
  • Test out Different Options: Try to test out different types of amps if you can, and be sure to bring your guitar! An amp that sounds great with one of the store's guitars may sound completely different with your instrument.

Why Shop With Bananas at Large®?

We're a team of professional musicians, and we care about music just as much as you do. Bananas at Large® has been in business since 1974, giving us the experience and know-how to help you find exactly what you need.

Our goal is to recreate the atmosphere of music stores of the past, provide a community for local musicians and adapt along with the music industry to take our business far into the future.

Let us help you find the amp you need, so you can get back to what's important — your music.