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Blackstar Amplification ID:Core BEAM

Modelling Combo Guitar Amp from Blackstar Amplification belonging to the ID:Core series.

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Blackstar confirms the rumors that followed their video teaser and unveils at NAMM 2015 the ID:Core Beam Bluetooth combo.

The Blackstar ID:Core Beam is a 20W guitar and bass combo on which you can play with your instrument (evidently), but also send music via Bluetooth from a compatible mobile device or computer. An MP3/Line aux input is also available if you like cables…

 

The combo features multiple voices (2 basses, 6 electric guitars with clean and lead sounds, 2 for acoustic guitars), volume, gain, tap tempo, the famous ISF tone technology (Infinite Shape Feature) and an effect section with modulation, reverb, delay and distortion.

You’ll also find a speaker emulated output and headphone out. Behind the grille, Blackstar installed two 3” speaker (10W each).

Discover the ID:Core Beam at www.blackstaramps.com.

 

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