The largest guitar amplifier measures 3.06 m (10 ft 0.47 in) long, 2.47 m (8 ft 1.24 in) tall, and 1.30 m (4 ft 3.18 in) wide, achieved by Full Sail University (USA) at the Camping World Stadium in Orlando, Florida, USA, on 30 June 2017.
The Full Sail team consisted of Ben Clifton, John Sherman, Joseph Rivers, Max Rivers, Drew Walkup, Kayla Mraz, Fahad Vania, Zac Barnett, James Adam Shelley, Dave Rublin, and Matt Sanchez (all USA).
Full Sail thought this would be a perfect way to bring students, faculty, and staff together while showcasing a specialty at Full Sail University.
The vice president of the Academic Affairs at the Full Sail University said: “It took a big team obviously to make such a big amplifier (he laughs). Joseph River came up and put together really all the electronics for. Then, we had some students involved particular Ben Clifton and John Sherman helped out and put the case together as you can imagine the size, width, and depth of the amplifier size. Then, the faculty staff and students pieced it all together and went through a lot of testing to ensure work.”
It took about one month to complete the amplifier. They built this amp for the 40th anniversary of the Full Sail University. Watch the video below and find out more about the largest guitar amplifier in the world. Enjoy!