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Blackstar Amplification HT Stage 100
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« One amazing amp! »

Publié le 08/10/11 à 13:09
Blackstar amplification is one of the leading budget friendly amplifier companies in the industry today they have so many amplifiers to meet the demanding needs as so many guitarists out there if you need any type of amp I guarantee that Blackstar has it. I am starting to become a huge fan of these amps.

UTILIZATION

Features

100-watt valve amp head
2xECC83, 1xECC82, 4xEL34
3 footswitchable channels
Enhanced tone controls
Patent-Applied for Infinite Shape Feature (ISF)
Clean voice switch
Overdrive 1 voice switch
Overdrive 2 voice switch
Presence
Resonance
Master volume
Digital reverb with dark/bright switch
Speaker emulated output with 1x12/4x12 voicing
Effects loop with effects level switch
4-way footswitch included
Cool vintage styling



SOUNDS

This amplifier has 3 foot searchable channels what that means if you have one coming waste channel which gets very sparkly and shiny. Next channel is the first overdrive channel. This channel gets a good classic rock tone great for sounding like AC DC or Led Zeppelin. Overdrive to headset another great overdrive channel. This channel is more of a modern friendly music channel. This will get you more of the new metal sound from some of the top leading metal bands today. You also have a presence and resonance knob to dial in the perfect mix and blend of highs and lows within the power section of this amplifier. You also get a master volume which is good for dialing in a bedroom volume. In addition you have a digital reverb that has a dark and bright switch with really works well with some of the cleaning tones that you can get some Channa one. In addition you had the speaker emulated output which gives you direct access to recording sessions and house PA mixture. It has a cool vintage styling front which looks a lot like some of the classic amplifiers from the old days. Like all BS amps you get the patent applied for infinite shape feature which allows you to dial in that perfect blend of American British style amplifier sound.

OVERALL OPINION

At new you can find these amplifiers online or your local guitar shop for right around $850. This is a pretty good price for someone who is looking for a great amplifier and doesn't want to spend over $1000. I would highly recommend this amplifier to anyone he needs a quality sounding amp and doesn't want to spend too much money to get that.
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