The best selling amp overall...is a Fender headphone amp, The Mustang Micro 🤯
Released earlier this year, the new Fender Mustang Micro is a non-traditional amp, but it's no surprise why it's a winner. It may look like a simple headphone amp, but this little guy packs an incredible 12 effects and 12 amp emulations in an enclosure slim enough to fit into your pocket. It can also be used as a USB interface, which is awesome, and costs a little over $100 USD, which is even better.
The Boss Katana 50W is 2nd a nd the Positive Grid Spark is 3rd. They don't give sales figures, which would be super interesting - I'd like to know how many AC15/Blues Deluxes/valve amp were sold vs the top 3.
The top seller in pedals surprised me. I know it's a excellent pedal, but a compressor as the top seller? I'm growing suspicious of the 'average' reverb buyer - I suspect they all either listen to John Mayer, Khruangbin or the pandemic made people realize they miss BB King (I sure do!),
2nd place was the ditto looper and 3rd was the Line 9 HX Stomp (at $500, that's impressive - it put the Boss DS-1 into 4th place).
WIthout sales numbers, there's not many conclusions to reach - The mustang micro @ around 100USD, super portable and a audio interface? That is a interesting prospect - if it sounds decent? Also the $500 HX Stomp outselling most pedals is -at first- bizarre to me. But I am a bit of a multifx geek and being able to add some multifx versatility to your rig makes perfect sense - the Zoom HS-50G Multistomp gets a lot of love for that kinda thing - at 1/5 the price...