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The Blackstar HT Stage 60's selected duet of EL34s deliver 60W of glorious tube power through 2 high-quality Celestion speakers, making for a combo that will deliver every night, even in the most test... Click To Read More About This Product

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The Blackstar HT Stage 60's selected duet of EL34s deliver 60W of glorious tube power through 2 high-quality Celestion speakers, making for a combo that will deliver every night, even in the most testing live environment. The Blackstar amp's 'boutique' style clean channel is extremely versatile with 2 modes: 'British Class-A' and 'dynamic US'. Each of the amplifier's 2 ISF (Infinite Shape Feature) equipped overdrive channels allows a further 2 modes.

The Clean Channel on the Blackstar HT-60 combo has 2 modes, 'boutique' and 'modern' and its own Tone control provides a wide range of clean tones. The Voice switch reconfigures both the preamplifier voicing and gain structure, and the power amplifier damping, to reproduce either ringing Class A Performance in the 'boutique' mode, or very clean and tight Class AB tones in the 'modern' setting.

The Overdrive Channel has its own EQ section and a Voice switch that allows the character of the channel to be changed, providing a wide variety of overdriven tones. The channel is characterized by a tone that's high in gain, but lacks any of the detached top-end 'fizz' often found in similar designs. This is a result of the Blackstar HT-60 guitar amp's unique preamplifier and power amplifier shaping techniques, which cleans up the overdrive beautifully as the guitar volume is reduced. Even at the most extreme settings, the overdrive channel on the Blackstar Venue HT-60 amplifier remains natural sounding. The ISF control is unique to Blackstar Amplification and represents a major step forward in tone shaping flexibility.

The ISF control shifts the response of the 3-control tone stack between a US-type response at one end, and at the other a UK-type response. The Blackstar tube amp provides an infinite number of alternative tone choices in between the 2 extremes that would be otherwise unavailable.

The Blackstar HT-60 guitar amp also features a completely natural sounding digital reverb, which is outstandingly musical on both clean and crunch tones and raises the benchmark for guitar amplifier specific reverb design. A Dark/Bright switch allows the overall reverb characteristics to be modified to suit different tastes and playing styles.

FEATURES

60-watt tube combo
2xECC83, 1xECC82, 2xEL34
3 footswitchable channels
2x12" Celestion speakers
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
SPECIFICATIONS
HT Stage 60
Power (RMS): 60 watts
Tubes: 2 x EL34, 2 x ECC83, 1 x ECC82
Weight: 67lb.
Dimensions: 28-1/4"H x 23"W x 11"D
Footswitch: FS-7 included, optional FS-4 for Overdrive 2 Voice
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BlackstarVenue Series HT Stage HT-60 60W 2x12 Tube Guitar Combo Amp
 
4.7

(based on 26 reviews)

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75%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Pros

  • Easy to use (5)
  • Good power output (5)
  • Excellent sound (4)
  • Warm / comfy (4)
  • Portable (3)

Cons

No Cons

Best Uses

  • Performances (4)
  • Amateur recording (3)
  • Home studio (3)
  • Outdoor events / games (3)
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    • Experienced (3)

Most Liked Positive Review

 

Great gigging amp

I searched for a gigging amp after I found my Tiny Terror lacking in headroom. The clean channel is pristine at loud levels. I'm in an indie/post-hardcore band, and I play clean...Read complete review

I searched for a gigging amp after I found my Tiny Terror lacking in headroom. The clean channel is pristine at loud levels. I'm in an indie/post-hardcore band, and I play clean lines over distorted guitar, bass, loud drums and vocals, and it cuts through without being too muddy, or getting lost in the mix. There are no problems or lags with channel switching, and reverb can be dialed in anywhere from really thick or just a touch to liven up solos and chords. The amps versatile with its tone switches, and channels. I can get a spanky, bright Fender sound from my Ibanez, and can play anything from John Mayer, Hendrix, and SRV to playing ACDC, Guns N Roses, to As I Lay Dying, Death, and metal etc. This amp basically covers the gamut of decades of rock. The biggest complaint is that the ISF feature seems less interactive than it did on the HT-5, which had seen a bigger change in tone with even the slightest turn of the knob. And plus, its more suited for modern tones, than classic rock, even though it does those sounds fairly well. Try it out in store to get a better idea. I recently let a friend in a local deathcore band play it, and it easily competed with the Crate tube head and 4x12 cab, and sounded ten times better and louder. My friend's leads cut through with warm, buttery tube saturation even with the massive amounts of gain on the third channel. The chug sound was great, and it never sounded too harsh or noisy when being played. If you have money, and need a metal amp, go with this amp over a 6505 plus, or a Peavey, as the Peavey has too much of a harsh, shrill distortion character that sounds like old T.V. static. For classic rock and blues, it still does a great job of doing just about everything.

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Most Liked Negative Review

 

LOUD But I'll Pass

I tried to replace my Marshall DSL with this amp for portability, and because the reviews were so positive I went running to pick one up. I spent two hours with the other guitar...Read complete review

I tried to replace my Marshall DSL with this amp for portability, and because the reviews were so positive I went running to pick one up. I spent two hours with the other guitar player in my band trying to dial in a great Marshall-esque sound but gave up. We tried first to replicate a punchy British sound and always kept the gain low. Then we tried to settle and just dial in a GOOD sound and we were not able to. I've been playing guitar for 26 years and have interned as an engineer in a few studios in the ATL area and I've developed a good ear for setting up an amp but we just couldn't get rid of a horrid "metal clanging" sound from this amp. It's just so loud and unrefined, harsh and very unpleasant. Even with how loud it was, it just never seemed "present" when playing with the band. The low end is very lacking, even with bass and resonance pegged. We have a Line6 in the band and the bottom end on that was far better than the Blackstar. I quickly traded my way back to a Marshall JVM and I couldn't be happier.

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(20 of 22 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

They have really done it!!

By Paul Blanchet

from Fredonia, NY

Comments about Blackstar Venue Series HT Stage HT-60 60W 2x12 Tube Guitar Combo Amp:

Finally, an amazing sounding three-channel amp at a working musician's price! I just received mine yesterday, it must be one of the very first ones shipped to the states. I couldn't be happier, this thing sounds better than amps costing double (I've owned Marshall, Mesa, Fender, Gibson, Groove Tubes, etc.). The 2x12 Celestions sound great in this amp, and the ported back gives you the best of both worlds (i.e., open- and closed-back designs). This amp gives you clean to mean, and everything in-between. Can't say enough good things about it, and I've only had it for a day. Be sure to check this baby out if you're looking for a great sounding, versatile, and affordable combo!

(15 of 15 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Great gigging amp

By Sam

from Urbana, IL

Comments about Blackstar Venue Series HT Stage HT-60 60W 2x12 Tube Guitar Combo Amp:

I searched for a gigging amp after I found my Tiny Terror lacking in headroom. The clean channel is pristine at loud levels. I'm in an indie/post-hardcore band, and I play clean lines over distorted guitar, bass, loud drums and vocals, and it cuts through without being too muddy, or getting lost in the mix. There are no problems or lags with channel switching, and reverb can be dialed in anywhere from really thick or just a touch to liven up solos and chords. The amps versatile with its tone switches, and channels. I can get a spanky, bright Fender sound from my Ibanez, and can play anything from John Mayer, Hendrix, and SRV to playing ACDC, Guns N Roses, to As I Lay Dying, Death, and metal etc. This amp basically covers the gamut of decades of rock. The biggest complaint is that the ISF feature seems less interactive than it did on the HT-5, which had seen a bigger change in tone with even the slightest turn of the knob. And plus, its more suited for modern tones, than classic rock, even though it does those sounds fairly well. Try it out in store to get a better idea. I recently let a friend in a local deathcore band play it, and it easily competed with the Crate tube head and 4x12 cab, and sounded ten times better and louder. My friend's leads cut through with warm, buttery tube saturation even with the massive amounts of gain on the third channel. The chug sound was great, and it never sounded too harsh or noisy when being played. If you have money, and need a metal amp, go with this amp over a 6505 plus, or a Peavey, as the Peavey has too much of a harsh, shrill distortion character that sounds like old T.V. static. For classic rock and blues, it still does a great job of doing just about everything.

(12 of 13 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

What a find---

By Joe

from Ray Township, Michigan

Comments about Blackstar Venue Series HT Stage HT-60 60W 2x12 Tube Guitar Combo Amp:

This amp amazes me every time I plug it in. I play mine in a live setting with full band and it allways cuts through the mix and finds its own spot-- From pristine cleans like a Mesa Boogie to a knock out distortion that can be dialed in with enough gain to hold a note until your finger falls off--- It sound great with no pedals but I tweaked mine with some delay and a comp sustain pedal and man it sounds good with hang time on the clean and you can get a clean that would match a Chillie Peppers, Under the Bridge clean tone to a rich bluesy Steive Ray, Texas Flood --- Distortion can match a Nickleback tone or a Santana tone , you can find the tone you want with this amp--- You cant beat the price , so if you want my advice sell your golf clubs, wifes ring , your kids bike , what ever it takes get this amp , you wont be disapointed--- Oh yea , I have to say if you want to take it one more level you can get the HTDual distortion pedal and you will have like enough distortion that you can blow up your house, metal , rock, thrashing tone dist monster in the HTDual--- I have owned it 6 months now-- No problems what so ever-- It also is a sweet looking amp and solid, nothing cheap about this amp, I would buy one before the price goes up--- Enough said--

(12 of 12 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Worth every penny!

By Michael Lopez

from San Antonio, Tx

Comments about Blackstar Venue Series HT Stage HT-60 60W 2x12 Tube Guitar Combo Amp:

Features: First off the two Celestion 80 speakers are some of the best sounding output I have found. Secondly the ISF blender is probably one of the most useful features on this amp weather I want to play something like AC/DC to more of a modern US tone. The next thing I saw was the 3 way switching on the amps. The clean gives me a nice bluesy tone I can work around with easily. As for both OD's my first is more so for my 6 string for more of a melodic distortion rather than a crunchy heavy one. As for the second OD I use it with my '98 Ibanez RG & string guitar and I gives me some of the nicest "Chugs" I can puty out there. Quality and Reliability: Well I just got the amp, but noticing the other recent reviews on this as well as other sites it seems to last a long time. Also the feel of the material as well as the quality of the knobs is great I personally have dinked a few things with the amp and there where no damages to the exterior of the amp, of course that is my personal experience I would not recommend testing out how much damage a work of art like this could take. Look and Feel: Worth the weight and the feel is Great! Nough said. Buy one trust me it will be worth it.

(4 of 4 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Outstanding Amp and Sound!

By Ernie

from Miami, FL

Comments about Blackstar Venue Series HT Stage HT-60 60W 2x12 Tube Guitar Combo Amp:

I had before a Fender Blues Deluxe which the sound for blues is outstanding. I played rock tunes on it as well with a Boss DS1 and sounded sweet. I've had this Fender amp for 10 years, played on gigs and so on. I wanted a new amp tried out many: Fender, Mesa, and then I pluged in this monster and yes, I found it. The sound is vintage clean and the overdrive is classic rock and for todays' sound. But then I hooked up a Boss Power Stack pedal and man this amp had many different sounds from Gary Moore blues to White Snake. I took it home and played it for hours and after three days of playing it, the sound just got better as the tubes are now broken in and when they heat up, the roar with clarity is just mind blowing. Those celestion speakers are the bomb! This is an amp to purchase and when the volume is raised to 3, the sound on this baby is amazing. I play on gigs with a wah, Boss power stack, Boss DS1, Boss digital delay, Boss Flanger, and Boss Chorus and equalizer. Everything sounds sweet on this amp.

(3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

DREAM AMP BROUGHT TO LIFE

By david

from Oyster Bay, NY

Site Member

Comments about Blackstar Venue Series HT Stage HT-60 60W 2x12 Tube Guitar Combo Amp:

Just getting back into playing guitar after 20 years away because of grad school and career adventures. I like a wide palette of styles and tones and was looking for an amp that could give me a mix of classic fender, marshall, vox tones along with more modern mesa boogie. I knew I had struck gold when I plugged into this amp and spent an evening with it at the store. It's now been a few months since I bought it and continue to be delighted after spending dozens of evenings experimenting with combinations of settings and pairings with a dozen or so of the best overdrive pedals on the market. I also put the amp through its paces with my favorite drummer who hits hard and this beast had no problem keeping up with the volume knob dialed to about noon to one o'clock. The clean channel with two voicings delivers nice "modern" fender-type clean ala John Mayer as well as "boutique" Vox AC-30 type sounds (classic Class A chime at lower volumes and sweet breakup ala Rolling Stones when the volume is cranked. Think early Beatles, Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers, U2's The Edge, Radiohead, and modern country like Rascal Flats and Keith Urban. The 2 OD channels are also very flexible ranging from classic Plexi tones like AC/DC crunch and Van Halen's "brown sound" to modern metal with the addition of a voicing on the 2nd OD channel that emphasizes mids and highs to help your leads cut through. Bottom line: This amp has absolutely exceeded my wildest expectations and delivers monster tone like far more expensive classic and boutique brands for a fraction of the price. Could not be happier with my purchase and I would easily pay twice as much for an amp with this much versatility and quality but am thankful I don't have to. The value is unbeatable and Blackstar has earned a very loyal customer here. Next is an ID:Core practice amp with Super Wide Stereo for the bedroom. Sounds amazing!

(3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Great Diversity

By Brian Wootten

from Delaware

Comments about Blackstar Venue Series HT Stage HT-60 60W 2x12 Tube Guitar Combo Amp:

I have owned several Marshalls in the past and a Mesa. Don't play out anymore so was reducing my half-stacks to a combo. This amp is great and has lots of diversity. The clean channel sounds awesome for pristine cleans and the second voicing is a little dirtier which goes great with a stomp box and a strat. The second and third channels have greats amount of gain, if that's what you need. I only use about a quarter amout for each channel and it's plenty. On the second channel it sounds like an old Marshall and on the third channel it sounds like a tweaked up JCM 800. This amp gets really loud quick, haven't got it past a third way up yet. The ISF control does change the sound somewhat but I keep it for "British" sound. An input jack on the back allows you to connect a footswitch to switch between voicings on the third channel which works great as a boost. Don't know about reliability but the company has an extended warranty for 3 years right now so they must stand behind the product.

(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Multi amp

By Mikey

from Rockford il

About Me Experienced

Verified Buyer

Pros

  • Easy To Use
  • Excellent Sound
  • Good Warmth
  • Powerful

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Amateur Recording
    • Events
    • Home Studio
    • Performances

    Comments about Blackstar Venue Series HT Stage HT-60 60W 2x12 Tube Guitar Combo Amp:

    I can say this the best amp very clean over drive is A+

    (2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

     
    5.0

    Great combo amp!

    By BRK

    from Clinton, IN

    Comments about Blackstar Venue Series HT Stage HT-60 60W 2x12 Tube Guitar Combo Amp:

    Got this amp about a month ago, downsizing from a Marshall stack. While it is still not cheap at $900, it is less than half the price of a comparable Marshall with no sacrifice in sound. The cleans are nice and the two dirty channels are everything a high gain tube amp should be. It's easy to go from a simple crunch sound to a very tight, deep, punch of a metal sound that you can feel. The only things I'd change is maybe to make the speaker compartment fully closed and to add a cooling fan behind the amp section. An additional footswitch button to turn the effects loop on/off would be nice too.

    (2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

     
    5.0

    YES YES YES YES YES YES!!!!

    By Jorge Perez

    from Hollywood, CA

    Comments about Blackstar Venue Series HT Stage HT-60 60W 2x12 Tube Guitar Combo Amp:

    This thing is a monster! It just rocks beyond comprehension. At the price that it's sold, I almost feel like I stole it! Looking for the ultimate warm, yet very pristine tone? Looking for gorgeous vintage British-style distortion? Looking for that heart-attacking all-American crunch for your metal? It's all here in this amp. It gets loud really fast yet never compromises any of it's awesome tone! Forget about a Marshall, Orange or Mesa-Boogie... these guys got it right!

    (2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

     
    3.0

    Good but not great

    By Scott Jimenez

    from Boston Ma

    Comments about Blackstar Venue Series HT Stage HT-60 60W 2x12 Tube Guitar Combo Amp:

    I play metal. This is not a metal amp. I got the ht60 and the backstair distx distortion pedal. The pedal I may keep but the amp is going back here's why? 1. No bass on od1channel or od2channel. 2. the foot pedal is extremely noisy when switching between channels. 3. poor reverb. 4. very heavy. If you want a tube amp I think there are cheaper amps out there to choose from. TRY them out in a store 1st.

    (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

     
    5.0

    great versatility, and great for small to medium gigs-large venue if mic'd!

    By austin

    from West virginia

    Comments about Blackstar Venue Series HT Stage HT-60 60W 2x12 Tube Guitar Combo Amp:

    its a great amp, especially a combo. the HT series is phenomical, the sound is so versatile. the HT-60 is the same features as the HT-100 head, just its a combo, so it has all of the GREAT GREAT features in the 100w head, in a smaller package. it puts out a great sound and moves some air. its a great price point and top notch quality, which takes out marshall and HIWATT instantly. just great! forget large namebrands, go with the new guys that care about the musician inside. i mean, afterall, the creators know quality because they are ex marshall engineers and designers. :D and for green day fanatics looking for the sound, this as well as the entire HT family, crush the dookie sound instantly. as well as the new american idiot and 21st century breakdown. but who doesnt love dookie. :D

    (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

     
    5.0

    It's a Beast!!

    By Mark C

    from Campti, LA

    Comments about Blackstar Venue Series HT Stage HT-60 60W 2x12 Tube Guitar Combo Amp:

    This amp will blow you away. If they post the video you'll hear it for yourself. The volume is only on 2 (two) and was recorded with an iPhone. A friend of mine was playing the guitar. It is bigger than it looks in the picture and seems well made. Solid aluminum knobs and nice hardware. Easy to use and adjust to your liking. Just turn it on and within minutes you'll find your sound and be playing. Clean with reverb is very musical and just sings. To be honest, I haven't found a bad sounding setting on it. Now the con; on the second day I had it, the amp wouldn't turn on but a few minutes then later fired up and it was OK for a few days, then it done it again. This time it never came back on. I checked the fuses and all was OK. The power light and three of the tubes were lit but the two big ones were not. Guitar Center exchanged it and I'm still waiting on the new one. I hope this was not an indication of things to come because I really need a reliable amp and this one sounds like a dream. Want to rock the house? Then buy this amp!!

    (1 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

     
    4.0

    blackstar stage 60

    By paul canale

    from Bethel, CT

    Comments about Blackstar Venue Series HT Stage HT-60 60W 2x12 Tube Guitar Combo Amp:

    The delivery was excellent because I bought it online. Everything was well packed and there was no damage to the amp. I had no problems setting the amp up. The 3 channels are very versital. Clean channel has tons of headroom, crystal clear, and very musical. OD 1 and OD 2 have great distortion. Each one can be diled into your taste, pretty much in any style of music from ACDC to Metallica. The 2 12 inch speakersd sound excellent with this combo. The digital Reverb sounds excellent, especially on clean channel. Sounds great both with humbuckers and single coil. The effects loop works great with time based effects.

    (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

     
    5.0

    Great

    By Alex Barcic

    from Pittsburgh

    Comments about Blackstar Venue Series HT Stage HT-60 60W 2x12 Tube Guitar Combo Amp:

    I was looking for a tube amplifier that was very versatile, because I play a variety of music. This amp is awesome. The clean sounds amazing with lots of headroom. The overdrive sounds unique compared to other amps in this range. I was trying the marshall dsl40c and this sounded a lot better. I think it might have something to do with the ECC-82 preamp tube, because it just sounds better. The overdrive is awesome too with the ISF control. Let me tell you, it actually works. At 9 o' clock it sounds like a mesa boogie, then at 3 it sounds like a marshall. There is also a voice switch on each channel to change the sound from a vintage to modern sound. With all of these features, it is the most versatile tube guitar amp out there. On the back, there is so many speaker outputs so you can crank it if you needed to, but you won't this thing is LOUD. I was shaking my walls 1/4 volume. Overall, a great amplifier that you won't regret buying.

    (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

     
    5.0

    Great Sound Options

    By Thomas Benardo

    from Bradenton, FL

    Comments about Blackstar Venue Series HT Stage HT-60 60W 2x12 Tube Guitar Combo Amp:

    I already had a Blackstar HT-5 which I use for church... but I leave it there at church and I wanted something for other gigs, rather than transporting it. All other things being equal, I probably would have grabbed a smaller wattage, say 20W... But for me, it is all about the number of sound possibilities that can actively be chosen via footswitch. I looked at Mesa, and I believe they are great... but in addition to the higher price of the Mesa, most of the sound choices and configurations have to be dialed in... I just don't want to have to mess around with dials and knobs very much, especially mid-song. I have always like the Blackstar clean tones (to me that is one of their strengths) and the crunch is nice, but I had forgotten how much I love the saturated overdrive sound. This amp does that well. If I could just switch between clean voicings (boutique vs true clean) this amp would be perfection. Oh yeah, and it is EXTREMELY heavy, but hey, what can you do, the sound comes first. Lastly, although this is high wattage, it does sound great at a low volume also.

    (1 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

     
    5.0

    Amazing

    By Sylwester Grega

    from Detriot

    Comments about Blackstar Venue Series HT Stage HT-60 60W 2x12 Tube Guitar Combo Amp:

    I absolutely love this amp! The channels, and the settings give me everything i need. If you're looking for a good amp, under a grand, this definitely worth looking at!

     
    1.0

    LOUD But I'll Pass

    By Carlito

    from Atlanta, GA

    About Me Professional Musician

    Pros

    • Easy To Use
    • Portable
    • Powerful

    Cons

    • Poor Sound Quality

    Best Uses

      Comments about Blackstar Venue Series HT Stage HT-60 60W 2x12 Tube Guitar Combo Amp:

      I tried to replace my Marshall DSL with this amp for portability, and because the reviews were so positive I went running to pick one up. I spent two hours with the other guitar player in my band trying to dial in a great Marshall-esque sound but gave up. We tried first to replicate a punchy British sound and always kept the gain low. Then we tried to settle and just dial in a GOOD sound and we were not able to. I've been playing guitar for 26 years and have interned as an engineer in a few studios in the ATL area and I've developed a good ear for setting up an amp but we just couldn't get rid of a horrid "metal clanging" sound from this amp. It's just so loud and unrefined, harsh and very unpleasant. Even with how loud it was, it just never seemed "present" when playing with the band. The low end is very lacking, even with bass and resonance pegged. We have a Line6 in the band and the bottom end on that was far better than the Blackstar. I quickly traded my way back to a Marshall JVM and I couldn't be happier.

       
      5.0

      love amp works great

      By chuck

      from perryville mo

      About Me Experienced

      Pros

      • Easy To Use
      • Excellent Sound
      • Good Warmth
      • Portable
      • Powerful

      Cons

        Best Uses

        • Events
        • Performances

        Comments about Blackstar Venue Series HT Stage HT-60 60W 2x12 Tube Guitar Combo Amp:

        great amp does what i need but when reading dimensions on factory specs they are wrong had a cover made for it it says 28-1/4 h--23-w--and 11-d it is not lol it is 23 h--28-1/4 wide -and 11 deep thanks they just cost me money lol got to have them make it all over lol but as far as amp goes great really like it.

         
        5.0

        Blackstar HT STAGE 60

        By Jim

        from oakdale,mn

        About Me Professional Musician

        Verified Buyer

        Pros

        • Easy To Use
        • Excellent Sound
        • Good Warmth
        • Powerful

        Cons

          Best Uses

          • Amateur Recording
          • Events
          • Home Studio
          • Performances
          • Professional Recording

          Comments about Blackstar Venue Series HT Stage HT-60 60W 2x12 Tube Guitar Combo Amp:

          So far i am VERY satisfied with the amp. Been searching for some versitle guitar sounds for a long time and I'm finally pretty happy.

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