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Guitar Amps, also known as front speakers, are the main speakers responsible for providing music playback to the amp's amplifier. This is why they are usually placed at the front of the guitar soundboard, on either side of the bridge. The other two speakers are called tweeters and are placed further back on the guitar's soundboard. The guitar's pickup consists of a magnet and a voice coil with thin metal wires wrapped around it on both sides, providing a magnetic field for picking up the sound. The voice coil picks up energy from the magnet and produces tonal characteristics.
Using a combination amplifier with Guitar Speakers and a subwoofer is ideal for tight jazz bands, for recording live performances or as part of a stereo system. It can add more slam to a guitar solo and is ideal for getting the audience involved in the music. It is generally preferred over a separate subwoofer because you can use one speaker for the kick drum and another for the rhythm guitar or bass line. Some people prefer to use one speaker for these purposes, although this is not recommended because using one speaker can make the kick drum and rhythm guitar sound very different from each other. Also, if the audience is too far away, it can be difficult to hear the notes.
There are several types of guitar cabinets to choose from that contain one or several speakers. You should be careful to choose a well-constructed cabinet that will last for many years. You should also choose an amp that is durable and has good sound. If you are buying a used cabinet, look for cracks in the panel. If you can see some warping in the wood or gluing of a cabinet's panels, then you should probably wipe the floor with it, as it may contain one or more faults that will affect your ability to reproduce sound.
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