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Amplifiers & Effects
2 Channels 1x12 Combo Guitar Amplifiers
Blackstar 2 Channels 1x12 Combo Guitar Amplifiers
Blackstar is a fairly new amplifier company compared to most of their competition (they began their journey in 2007), but they've already earned themselves a considerable amount of praise in the music industry. Specifically, Blackstar 2-channel combo guitar amplifiers are proven hits with strummers and shredders from around the globe thanks to their user-friendly layout, versatility and power. Whether you prefer the reliability of a solid-state amp or the vintage warmth of a tube model, Blackstar has a 2-channel combo guitar amplifier here that will have you itchin' to get to the jam space, studio or stage floor with your new toy.
When you catch a glimpse at the amp models in this section, it's obvious that Blackstar puts a great deal of effort into the visual appeal of their designs. Well, you can bet that each amp here sounds as killer as it looks. For practicing and recording applications, the HT Series HT-1R 1W 1x8 Tube Guitar Combo Amp is perfect. Boasting a patent-applied-for ISF circuit for improved tonal adjustment, a speaker-emulated output, MP3/Line input and an 8-Ohm speaker out, this amp is a treat on the eyes and ears.
Another killer selection of Blackstar amps can be found in their Venue Series. There are many top sellers from that line, including the Venue Series HT Club 40 40W Tube Guitar Combo Amp. The Clean channel on this amp has 2 modes: Boutique and Modern - along with its own tone control for a wide range of killer sounds. On the Overdrive channel, you'll love the independent EQ section and Voice switch that lets you experiment with a variety of biting distortion styles.
And your Blackstar 2-channel combo guitar amplifier choices just keep going from there. For all you headbangers, feast your eyes on the HT Metal Series HTMETAL60C 60W 2x12 w/Reverb: an all-around powerhouse that was clearly designed with heavy rockers in mind. When you get right down to it, having 2 channels is better than 1, and a 2-channel combo amp from Blackstar is a sure-fire way to get your guitar skills noticed.