Whether for backup, or an ultra portable rig, there has been a steady growth in the number of guitar amps built into a pedal format. We count down some of the most popular listed by wattage. There was also a recent episode of That Pedal Show comparing a few of them, along with the latest micro amps from Vox, which we didn't include because they're not a pedal!
For ultimate clean headroom, deep bass and clear highs, Seymour Ducan's PowerStage 170 comes in top!
The BluGuitar Amp1 is not only one of the most powerful, but also one of the most fully feature, whether multiple channels, speaker sim, and reverb onboard.
Baroni bring a 2 channel amp in a tiny format, in 100, 50 and 30 watt formats. This video features the 50 watt model.
While not exactly small, the Tarus Stomp Head features everything you'd expect from a full head, but fits at your feat. It also comes in a variety of other sizes and wattages to suit your needs.
Just announced this NAMM, Hotone have produced a great sounding 75W multi channel amp with reverb.
Known much more for their vintage valve amps, Milkman made a big splash when they brought out their Class D powered pedal-sized "The Amp".
Quilter have had portable amp heads for quite a while with their MicroBlock 200 and 101 mini head, and they take their great Tri-Q eq and put it in an even small package.
Electro Harmonix have been in this space longer than almost anybody, and their Magnum 44 is still a staple for a backup to keep in your gig bag.
Krammer have packed some serious ton Into this 40 watt 2 channel amp with boost.
The smallest entry in our list, but still sporting 30 watts of power, Mooer bring their minipedal format to the guitar amp.