In the past, instrument amplification meant guitar and bass amps. The unique coloration, distortion and compression these amps added became part of how an electric guitar or bass sounds. And the highly efficient loudspeakers cranked out ample (and in some cases more than ample) acoustic output. With the advent of extremely responsive digital keyboards and electronic drums, modeling guitar pedals and pre-amps, and sophisticated pick-up systems for acoustic guitar, there is a need for a different kind of stage amplification. These instruments require amplification that is accurate, has wide bandwidth, and is capable of keeping up with guitar amps and live drums. Top professional musicians as well as weekend warriors are finding that the K Family of sound reinforcement loudspeakers may be the best instrument amplifiers available. Read on to learn more.