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Best Keyboard Amps

Looking for the best keyboard amps? We reviewed the best keyboard amps for you. With them by your side, you’ll be playing at your best. Read ahead to find out more.

1. Fender Rumble Amplifier

If you didn’t guess it yet, the Rumble is a guitar amp. However, many guitar amps can be used for keyboards too.

The amplifier is small but not the smallest on our list. It’s only 14.76 x 19.68 x 19.1 inches, making it easy to transport. As it’s compact, it’s not surprising that it’s a 25 W device. However, it’s not that light. It’s 21 pounds.

It’s great for small spaces. It’s especially great for your home. You can plug your MP3 in, and jam with your favorite bands.

It’s also great for practicing alone. There’s a ¼ inch headphone jack that mutes the Fender’s speakers.

The amp is known for its deep bass. We think it delivers.

There’s a switchable overdrive circuit as well, which is what any keyboard player would want. Not only is there a switchable overdrive circuit, but you’re also getting a mid-scoop contour switch too.

You don’t have to worry about damaging it. Fender’s warranty is in place. You’re getting an extensive 5 years of extensive coverage.

We also think it looks quite cool. The Fender amp has a retro feel to it, which we dig.

2. Fender Frontman 10 G Amplifier

Like its brother, it’s an amp that was created for guitars in mind. However, it works amazingly for keyboards too.

The amp is lightweight. It leaves the Fender Rumble in the dust. It’s only 10 pounds, making it a breeze to carry around. It’s also much smaller and its dimensions are 5.75 x 10.25 x 11 inches.

Fender is known for its loud amps, which we established in our Rumble review. With the Fender Frontman 10G by your side, you’ll produce explosive tones. Its back is closed allowing for heavier basses.

Being so compact, it’s not surprising that it’s a 10 W device.

You can practice by yourself. There’s a 1/8-inch headphone jack for you to use. You can plug your MP3 player inside of it too.

The amp was made for beginners. This is for good reason. Its controls are especially easy to maneuver.

With your purchase, you’re getting a switchable overdrive circuit as well. And if you didn’t know, the amp is a 2-band EQ.

We love its design. It’s more retro looking than the Fender Rumble. It’ll catch your eye when you walk into a room.

3. Pyle-Pro PVAMP60 Amplifier

You’re getting a seriously loud amp. As the name suggests, it’s a 60-w device. Although powerful, it’s not too heavy. The amplifier is 17.45 pounds. It isn’t too big either. It’s only 15.75 x 10.75 x 18 inches.

Its speaker is 8 inches, in case you’re wondering.

If you want to jam out but not disturb your loved ones, don’t fret. The Pyle-Pro comes with a headphone jack as well.  It’s ¼ inches, which is pretty standard.

The amp isn’t 2 bands. It’s a 3 band EQ instead.

There are also clean and overdrive channels, letting you produce some powerful sound.

So far, all the amps we reviewed looked pretty good. We have to say, the Pyle-Pro looks the most retro. It’s got a 60s vibe to it, which we’re here for.

There are also high and low-level inputs. Any keyboard player would find this useful.

Unfortunately, you can’t hook media players to it. However, there is a ¼ inch jack to plug speakers in.

4. Roland Cube Monitor Amplifier (CM-30)

The above devices were more for small spaces, but the Roland cube is meant for the home, stage, studio and so much more.

However, we don’t think it looks the best. If looks matter to you, know that the Roland has a hardy demeanor. It’s nowhere as retro-looking as the other three. It’s still a good amp, however.

It’s a 30-watt device. This allows for some powerful sound. There’s a 2-way speaker as well. What’s best about the speakers is that they come with preamplifiers.

The keyboard amp is easy to transport. There’s a handle on its back that lets you take it anywhere you want. It’s not that heavy either. The device is only 12 pounds. And its dimensions are 15.75 x 10.75 x 18 inches.

Unlike the previous three, the Roland cube was manufactured primarily for keyboards in mind.

In case you’re wondering, the unit is a 2-band device.

Its knobs are easy to use. They’re conveniently placed, which is something some amps struggle with.

We love that it has countless inputs. Whatever you want, you can attach it to the unit.

Lastly, it’s one of the sturdiest amplifiers on our list. There’s a protective mesh around its 6-inch speakers. There are corner protectors too, great for the clumsiest players.

5. Roland KC-60 Keyboard Amplifier

Once again, this is an amp primarily made for keyboards.

That being said, Roland says that it can power electronic instruments other than keyboards. There are 3 channels for this. People are huge fans of using it for microphones. It can be used to play CDs as well.

Unfortunately, it’s on the heavier side. You might have a hard time taking it to gigs as it’s 27 pounds. It’s pretty compact though. Its dimensions are 11.5 x 16 x 16.5 inches. The speaker itself is 10 inches.

Your music is going to be loud. You’re getting a 40-watt amp device, which is what you want. You can attach a subwoofer to it too. The amp comes with a separate tweeter, which is nice.

There’s a low and high equalizer. You’re also getting easy to use buttons. They’re rotary controls, making everything a breeze to maneuver.

You can plug your headphones into it, similar to many of the other amplifiers on our list.

Overall, the music you’ll be producing will be amazing. The KC series is known for its sound quality. They are built to handle a range of sounds.

The cherry on top is the fact that it’s so sturdy. The amplifier comes with a metal mesh and protected corners.

6. Peavey KB 2 40-Watt 1×10 Keyboard Amplifier

Although it’s a keyboard amp, Peavey says that it can be used for all sorts of instruments. From backing machines, drums, acoustic and electric guitars, it can power them all. It’s especially great for microphone use.

You might have a hard time carrying it to gigs, however. It weighs almost 40 pounds. It’s a great amplifier though. It comes with 4 separate channels and is a 50-watt device.

Channel 1 and 2 have two band EQs while channel 3 has three-band EQs.

There are several inputs in it as well. Each channel has ¼ inch ports. You can plug the amp into multiple instruments at the same time. Who wouldn’t want that?

Not only is it heavy, but it’s also one of the largest amps on our list. Its dimensions are 21.12 x 16.62 x 22.12 inches. Thankfully, there is a sturdy handle on top that makes carrying it easier.

7. Behringer Ultratone K900FX Amplifier

The Behringer is the most powerful amp on our list. It’s a 90-watt device, producing some serious sound. Unlike the Peavey, you don’t get four channels. Unfortunately, there are only three. In each of them, there are separate FX sends, which is a nice touch though.

There’s an XLR mic input on channel 1. Speaking of microphones, the amplifier is especially great for microphone use.

You can attach a subwoofer to it too. This isn’t the best thing about it, however. The amp comes with a custom 1-inch driver that lets you connect Bugera’s 12-inch woofer to it.

If you don’t want to disturb family and friends, the fact that you can plug your headphones in is appreciated. There’s even a line output to let you directly connect your mixing console.

It isn’t a 2 or 3 band EQ. There’s a 5-band graphic EQ for you to use.

It comes with a handy FX processor as well. Like any good amp, there’s a CD input for you to play your favorite music.

It’s especially useful as there are 100 different presets. This includes:

  • Reverb
  • Chorus
  • flanger
  • Delay
  • Pitch shifters

The cherry on top is the fact that you’re getting an FBQ Feedback Detection System. It’s extremely fast, detecting critical frequencies.

Unfortunately, it’s pretty heavy. The amplifier is almost 40 pounds.  Its dimensions are 19.37 x 11.77 x 16.89 inches.

8. Fender Champion Amplifier (2330200000)

The amplifier is a 2-band unit. You can adjust bass and treble easily. It also comes with countless effects. Its digital reverb is our favorite.

Like the other Fender amps, it was made for guitars but is more than capable of working with keyboards.

No surprise, you can insert an MP3 player to play your favorite music. You can also use its 1/8-inch port to plug your headphones in.

Unfortunately, it only comes with one channel.

What’s great about it is the fact that it’s so light. It’s only 6.6 pounds, so have fun carrying it around. Its dimensions are 16 x 12 x 16 inches too, making it a breeze to fit into your car.

We’re total fans of its amp modeling. There’s a variety of amp styles for you to play with, past and new.

As it’s a Fender amplifier, it’s not surprising that it’s good looking. It’s got that retro look we’re so fond of.

9. Sawtooth 10-Watt Amplifier (ST-AMP-10-KIT-1)

The Sawtooth amp caught our eye. The amplifiers so far were all black, so its grey body stood out.

It isn’t the most powerful amplifier, however. It’s 10 watts and has a 6.5-inch speaker. It’s very easy to carry around though. The device is 6.9 pounds and is 10.5 x 6 x 11 inches across. Its open weave grill lets sound project clearly, thankfully.

There’s an overdrive switch, which is useful. There are countless other controls too. You can play with bass, treble, and mid however way you like.

There are inputs for headphone jacks and MP3 players, which isn’t that surprising.

We also think it’s one of the sturdiest amps on our list. It’s well built and its handle feels extra comfortable.

With your purchase, you get some goodies too. Sawtooth provides you with a 10-foot instrument cable. How handy is that?

Like the other amps for guitars, the Sawtooth amplifier is great for keyboards, don’t worry.

10. Fender Mustang LT-25 (2311100000)

At this point, it’s clear that Fender knows what they’re doing. They’ve snagged the most spots on our list.

The amp, like its brothers, looks stylish. We’re fans of how box-like it is and its wooden cabinet.

If you guessed it, yes, it is a guitar amp. However, the LT-25 works great for keyboards.

It’s a 25-watt device. This isn’t surprising as it’s one of the smallest amps on our list. Its dimensions are 8.25 x 14.5 x 12.75 inches. You’re probably wondering what its weight is. Well, it’s 15 pounds.

The amp is notoriously easy to use. Its layout is simple. Fender markets it as an amplifier that’s suitable for intermediate users and not just beginners.

It’s also marketed as an amplifier for small spaces. Fender says that it should be used in homes or offices.

There’s also a closed back allowing for some deep tones. We think it does its job.

We’re fond of its presets. There are over 30 to choose from. They include tones deep into the past.

Like many of the amplifiers we reviewed, the Mustang LT-25 lets you plug your headphones in and jam by yourself.

If you’re wondering how big its speakers are, they’re 8 inches. At this point, we know this is pretty standard.

Did we mention that it has a USB port? You can plug your computer in, playing all sorts of music. More importantly, you can connect your computer and record your sessions.


So, what do you think? Fender dominated our list. They make some great keyboards amps, but they’re manufactured primarily with guitars in mind. Whatever amp you choose, you’re bound to make some great music. They’re all equally amazing.