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The HT-5 are designed for use in the studio and as practice amps which can be cranked. Adopting all the great tone found in the HT Valve Pedals, the HT-5 amps feature two channels and Blackstar's ISF circuit for fine adjustments and tone-shaping. The HT-5 Series is available as a Combo, Head, Speaker Cabinet, and Mini-Stack.

The portable HT Venues are aimed at the gigging guitarist. This all-valve series has an amp to suit every performance type – from the low-powered 20-Watt HT Studio 20 Combo to the 100-Watt HT Stage 100.

The Series One line are designed with versatility in mind. From the powerful 200-Watt, KT88-equipped Series One 200 Head to the beautifully crafted 40-Watt Series One S1-45 Combo, the Series One amps feature the built-in DPR Power Reduction system that allows you to reduce the overall power down to 10% of the rated power, with no loss of tone for the full valve-experience.

The Artisan Series is perhaps Blackstar’s most beautifully crafted amp line. With an emphasis on sonic purity and simplicity, the hand-made Artisan range pump out boutique tones. The Artisan 15 Handwired Combo kicks off the series and offers 15-Watts of dynamic, Class A tube power, switchable down to 5-Watts for the ultimate in tone flexibility.

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