Guitar amplifiers comprise specialized powered loudspeakers with distinct configurations and directivity characteristics. Recently, the authors measured the directivities of six guitar amplifiers using a new measurement system. The system employs a rotating semicircular microphone array in an anechoic chamber, with 2522 unique microphone positions over a surrounding sphere (i.e., 5-deg resolution in both the polar and azimuthal angles). This presentation will describe the measurement and processing procedures and compare the measured results to those produced by theoretical directivity models. An online archival database provides easy access to the guitar amplifier data and other directivity data from the human voice, played musical instruments, and other sound sources. The data are available in several commonly used file formats and should provide valuable information for many applications, including spatial audio, architectural acoustics modeling, and microphone placement.