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Blackstar ID:30TVP Amplifier

$349.00

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Blackstar ID:30TVP Amplifier
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Blackstar ID:30TVP Amplifier for Electric Guitar. The "ID30" gives you a 30 watt guitar amp combo that can cover just about any genre. It's a programmable amplifier that's a breeze to program. ID:30TVP is True Value Power which gives you 6 completely different power valve responses - EL84, 6V6, EL34, KT66, 6L6, KT88. Blackstar has designed a solid state amp that truly sounds like a tube amplifier. Blackstar gives you terrific sounding delay and reverb effects that can all be easily programmed and stored for quick and easy recall. Share patches you create with others online or download sound patches others have created. Blackstar has made a fantastic amplifier that you can tweak and customize just how you like it, save it and get playing.


6 channels! Clean Warm, Clean Bright, Crunch, Super Crunch, OD 1, OD 2. You can even use them at the same time!

The Blackstar ID Series gives you 128 user preset sounds. 12 patches which are accessible right from the front of the amplifier.

Manual mode let's you tweak and twist knobs just like any old school amp. Save it if you like and your amplifier will remember exactly how you had it set.

Connect to a computer with USB if you like to share or download presets with others. Macintosh or PC compatible.

Speaker emulated output gives you a great output for studio use or direct to the sound sound system to give you the sound like it would be coming out of your speaker. Also great when using headphones.



Blackstar ID:30TVP Amplifier Basics:

- ThirtyWatt Programmable Guitar Amp
- One Twelve Inch Speaker
- True Value Power
- Effects Included
- Tuner Built into the amp
- Six Channels
- Three Band Equalizer
- One Input
- Dimensions: 23.5 high, 13.8 deep, 21.2 wide inches and weighing thirty three pounds

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Manufacturer Blackstar

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