The HT-1 guitar combo amplifier is the perfect amp for recording, practice, rehearsal, late-night jam sessions and even low-volume gigs, this holiday season and year-round. Its high-voltage/low-watt tube circuitry provides all of the break-up character of a concert-level amp at a much lower volume. Users can switch from normal to overdrive at the touch of a button, and use the patent-applied-for ISF (Infinite Shape Feature) circuit for infinite variation from “American” clean and grit to classic “British” rock and roll grind, and anywhere in between. An 8-inch speaker, Emulated Speaker/Headphone output, MP3/Line Input and an 8-Ohm speaker output provide everything needed for a complete recording or practice session. The HT-1 is also available in a head/cabinet configuration.
Please note: price is given as manufacturer’s suggested retail price (MSRP). Actual selling price may vary by retailer.
For more information please visit www.blackstaramps.com

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