[NAMM] Blackstar HT Club 50H + HTV-412A
Blackstar Amplification is now shipping its HT Club 50H Head and matching HTV-412A cabinet.
The HT Club 50H provides 50 Watts of power, and is based on the features of Blackstar’s HT Club 40 Combo amp. Offering two channels and four modes, the HT Club 50 Head is suited for creating a full or half stack for club-sized venues. The preamp stage offers 2 x ECC83/12AX7 vacuum tubes and a 50-Watt EL34-driven power amp. The matching HTV-412A cabinet features four Celestion 12” speakers.
Each channel features an independent Voice switch. The Clean channel is designed to provide Boutique or Modern voicings; the Overdrive channel offers a choice between Classic and Modern. The three-band EQ has an Infinite Shape Feature (ISF), which works with the EQ to provide "infinite new tone-shaping control," according to the manufacturer. Equipped with digital reverb (including a Dark/Bright switch), emulated output and an effects loop, the HT Club 50H comes with a 2-way footswitch included.
Pricing & Availability:
The Blackstar HT Club 50H Head and matching HTV-412A cabinet are currently available. Pricing is as follows:
- HTCLUB50H 50 Watt Venue Series Head U.S. MSRP $879.99
- HTV-412A 4x12 angled Cabinet U.S. MSRP $749.99
For more information, visit www.blackstaramps.com.
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