Is the Blackstar ht1r a 100 watt amp?

Is the Blackstar ht1r a 100 watt amp?

The innovative HT-1R offers unbelievable tube sound in a compact format. Using the dual-triode 12AU7, wired in a push-pull circuit, produces the crunch and break-up characteristics of a traditional 100 Watt amp at a much lower volume.

What does Infinite Shape feature on Blackstar AMP do?

The patented ISF (Infinite Shape Feature) circuit gives you infinite adjustment over the characteristics of the tone control network and takes you from the USA to the UK and anywhere in between. So you can effectively design your own tone and tune it to find ‘the sound in your head’.

Is the information on this page correct Blackstar Amplification?

Whilst the information contained herein is correct at the time of publication, due to our policy of constant improvement and development, Blackstar Amplification Ltd reserves the right to alter specifications without prior notice. Designed and Engineered by Blackstar Amplification UK 126402M-1 01/19 HT-1R MkII / HT-1RH MkII 2 3 USA / Canada

How big is reverb on Blackstar 1W tube combo?

The patent-applied-for ISF (Infinite Shape Feature) circuit gives you infinite variation, taking you from USA to UK tone, and anywhere in between. Add in the 8 inch speaker, Reverb, Emulated Speaker/Headphone output, MP3 / Line Input, plus an 8 Ohm speaker output and you have everything you need for recording or practicing.

What kind of voice does Blackstar ht-1r MkII have?

The Blackstar HT-1R MkII is packed with a massive variety of tube tone, by virtue of Blackstar’s Infinite Shape Feature (ISF). When turned fully counterclockwise, you’ll lend an American characteristic to your voice with a tight bottom end and aggressive middle. Turned all the way to the right, you’ll enjoy more of a British vibe.

What kind of preamps does Blackstar AMP use?

Blackstar uses solid state preamps that basically act like boost pedals to push the tubes to the point of distortion. Most modern tube amps have some solid state components. So they tone you get is mostly generated from the tubes, with some clipping generated outside the tubes at higher gain settings (probably).