Blackstar ID Core Amps
Blackstar ID Core Amps
There are digital guitar amplifiers, and then there are Black ID: Core amplifiers. In fact, these amps are the result of years of research and are made to provide you with a seemingly endless range of effects and tone possibilities. While their intuitive controls are set up in the style of traditional amplifiers, Blackstar ID: Core amps are also programmable, so you can customize the precise sound you have in mind. From warm cleans to bright highs and crunchy overdrives, Black ID: Core amps will have you expanding on your guitar performance in ways you've never thought possible.
Unless you know exactly what you came here for, your best bet is to start your search with the top sellers - that way, you can get a good idea of what guitarists are enjoying most from the ID: Core series. For example, if you're a beginner guitarist or are simply looking for a new practice amp, check out the ID: Core 10W 2x5 Stereo Guitar Combo Amp. This amp may be lightweight and compact in size, but it's loaded with vintage-style and studio-quality effects like delays, reverbs and modulations. It also offers 6 channels: Clean Warm, Clean Bright, Crunch, Super Crunch, OD-1 and OD-2. You can even combine these channels with the patented ISF control to create a sound that's uniquely yours.
Now, if you play in a band, you're obviously going to need a bit more oomph - in which case, go with the ID: Core 100W 2x10 Guitar Combo Amp. In addition to offering 5 voicing options, a stereo effects loop and up to 36 storage banks, this workhorse also has 12 built-in effects which include an octaver and looper. When you're ready to showcase your guitar skills for an audience, the ID: Core 100W is the amplifier for you.
And there are other top-selling ID: Core amps here as well, so try to spend some time in this catalog. Blackstar may still be in the early stages of their existence (since 2007, to be exact), but their exceptional line of amplifiers has already earned them a considerable amount of praise, including from the likes of Gus G. of Firewind, Richie Sambora of Bon Jovi and members of Opeth. With names like that, you better believe that the amps in this section are built specifically with rockers in mind.