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Blackstar Amplification HTV-212
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Blackstar Amplification HTV-212

2x12 Guitar Cabinet from Blackstar Amplification belonging to the HT-Venue series.

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lumpy_51lumpy_51

Change HP absolutely ...

Blackstar Amplification HTV-212Published on 07/18/14 at 12:42
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I bought this cabinet because I had a 4X12 Bugera (excellent quality / price ratio also) and I wanted something less imposing with its different!
Anyway, I plugged various heads (Bugera 333XL, Marshall Haze and MA, Fender Supercontrol) and the verdict is the same regardless of the connected head: His garish hyper and very rough!
Clean sound is important not expect to have a sound acceptable crystalline just drive but then that's not it at all!
Conclusion: I was expecting something else vraimment suddenly I went to a Harley Benton cabinet Vintage 30 (although a little sharp, normal with v30) is the day and night! (Though clearly month expensive, it is only the price of HP / 200......
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I bought this cabinet because I had a 4X12 Bugera (excellent quality / price ratio also) and I wanted something less imposing with its different!
Anyway, I plugged various heads (Bugera 333XL, Marshall Haze and MA, Fender Supercontrol) and the verdict is the same regardless of the connected head: His garish hyper and very rough!
Clean sound is important not expect to have a sound acceptable crystalline just drive but then that's not it at all!
Conclusion: I was expecting something else vraimment suddenly I went to a Harley Benton cabinet Vintage 30 (although a little sharp, normal with v30) is the day and night! (Though clearly month expensive, it is only the price of HP / 200 balls not even in Thotho)
Finally if the advantage of an open back is that you can change the HP at will, therefore, more than to do that also I understand better why there is so much to spare Celestions Seventy 80 ...
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Lee RoyLee Roy

Power to the appointment, advise!

Blackstar Amplification HTV-212Published on 09/16/10 at 11:20
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-For how long have you been using it?

I bought it in June with the head HT Studio 20

"What thing do you like most/least about it?

Sleek look, good finish, stereo / mono, 8/16Ω.
on the other hand weighs his weight, there is no wrist for good grip, no roulette (along the limit on 2x12 is placed on a plaque roulette)

-Did you try many other models before getting this one?

No, but I liked the sound from the first notes (it's my first cab / head tube amp)

-What is your opinion about the value for the price?

Very good given more than satisfactory finish, the sound (the rear is open if you want to change HP)

-Knowing what you know now, would you make the same choice?

I had......
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-For how long have you been using it?

I bought it in June with the head HT Studio 20

"What thing do you like most/least about it?

Sleek look, good finish, stereo / mono, 8/16Ω.
on the other hand weighs his weight, there is no wrist for good grip, no roulette (along the limit on 2x12 is placed on a plaque roulette)

-Did you try many other models before getting this one?

No, but I liked the sound from the first notes (it's my first cab / head tube amp)

-What is your opinion about the value for the price?

Very good given more than satisfactory finish, the sound (the rear is open if you want to change HP)

-Knowing what you know now, would you make the same choice?

I had noticed after my search-HT Dist Pedal (Blackstar), they had received all the branded products the same day that the beast. I came back the next day with my guitar and pedal mentioned above. Coupled to a low power tube amp (20w) I was afraid not to intrude in a group with insufficient power. Bin and not nearly as accurate in high and low volume is really impeccable for my use (repeat amp / home). So yes I do it again this election
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Tech. sheet

  • Manufacturer: Blackstar Amplification
  • Model: HTV-212
  • Series: HT-Venue
  • Category: 2x12 Guitar Cabinets
  • Added in our database on: 04/22/2010

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