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  • coolzappcoolzapp

    Very good cab!

    Blackstar Amplification HTV-412APublished on 03/17/14 at 18:20
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    I use it for almost 2 years now and I'm still satisfied. It goes perfectly with my head blackstar ht-50. I've never tried it with another head all I know is that with my gear it sounds fabulous.

    What I like most is the clarity of sound, a powerful but airy sound. I also like the aesthetics of this cab. He throws to death!

    Given the price that I had the opportunity to acquire it would hard to complain (375 € new).

    Yes I do it again this choice!
  • Xoran SorvorXoran Sorvor

    4x12 well made!

    Blackstar Amplification HTV-412APublished on 03/08/11 at 05:32
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    Part of my set for six months

    I also have a 2x12 with V30

    Good finish, well done. Tolex perhaps a bit late ... .

    Equipped with Celestion Seventy 80 called general public, as generally found on a lot of config entry. Personally they sound and they sound really good, it is clear that with the Greenback, which are more than 2x the price it would sound even better though ... . Your ear should be the sole judge and the sound is at the rendezvous.

    Very good value!

    My basic set in the following format:
    Seymour Duncan - Disto Suhr Riot - MXR MC-401-Blackstar HT 100 Venue (head) - HTV 412

    And it sends!
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    Part of my set for six months

    I also have a 2x12 with V30

    Good finish, well done. Tolex perhaps a bit late ... .

    Equipped with Celestion Seventy 80 called general public, as generally found on a lot of config entry. Personally they sound and they sound really good, it is clear that with the Greenback, which are more than 2x the price it would sound even better though ... . Your ear should be the sole judge and the sound is at the rendezvous.

    Very good value!

    My basic set in the following format:
    Seymour Duncan - Disto Suhr Riot - MXR MC-401-Blackstar HT 100 Venue (head) - HTV 412

    And it sends!
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