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Blackstar HT Club 40 Combo Guitar Amplifier

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£599.00
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  • 40-watt all-valve guitar amplifier with 12-inch Celestion speaker
  • Two ECC83 and two EL34 tubes
  • Two channels
  • Footswitch included
  • ISF tone control for extreme versatility
  • Digital reverb
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Delivery to UK mainland addresses* is FREE on orders over £75 and up to 30kg. (As a guide, a standard electric guitar weighs approx. 3-5kg).

Delivery on orders below £75 are charged at £4.45!

Delivery to Northern Ireland, the Scottish Highlands & Islands, Isle of Man, Isle of Wight, Channel Islands and the Republic of Ireland. is weight dependant and will be indicated at the checkout

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The Blackstar HT Club 40 is a 2-channel 40-watt all valve combo has been designed for the recording guitarist. The Blackstar HT Club 40 features built in digital reverb and Blackstars patented and world renowned ISF tone control allowing you to truly shape your tone and give you all the flexibility you need in a fantastic guitar amplifier.

HT Club 40

The Blackstar HT Club 40 is a 2-channel, footswitchable combo (Footswitch included). Looking inside, 2x EL34 power amp valves and 2x ECC83 preamp valves power this amp, this is the classic combination first introduced in the '60's by Marshall amplification, only here Blackstar take the idea much further with the groundbreaking features such as the Infinite Shape Feature (ISF) which controls the characteristics of the power amp tubes, you can choose to use the amp to sound like an American amplifier, smooth and crisp or a British amplifier, hard hitting and powerful and everywhere in between, the possibilities are pretty endless, it all depends on your own creativity. The HT Club also incorporates an effects loop and a direct out for recording without the need to mic up. The 12" Celestion Seventy 80 speaker is crisp and detailed with a bright top end, combined with the amplifier section this makes for a very powerful package.

Specification
ManufacturerBlackstar
Model HT Club 40
Type of AmpCombo
Wattage40 Watts
Amp TechnologyValve
ConnectivityFootswitch Connector
Speaker Size1 x 12"
Type of AmpReverb
Valves2 x ECC83, 2 x EL34
Speaker12” Celestion
Channels2
Volume ControlMaster Volume
Tone Control Enhanced tone controls
Clean voice switch
Overdrive voice switch
Patent-Applied for Infinite Shape Feature (ISF)
Effects Digital reverb with dark/bright switch
Effects Loop
Footswitch2-way footswitch (Included)
Studio FeaturesSpeaker emulated output
StyleCool vintage styling
Customer Reviews
"Made up with it"
Posted on 15/06/2012 by fleaz I bought the Club 40 in Dec 10 and I'm still made up with it :)

I landed on the Blackstar after touring the North West's music shops trying a range of valve amps (after regrettably switching to a solid state 4 years back).

I have used the amp for a number of applications and it's been great. As a rehearsal amp it was great at finding the right tone for my current band (alternative rock) which ports really well onto the stage. The amp has more than enough punch to fill your average pub venue and the speaker emulated output is great for DI situations.

As for recording with the club 40, it's recently stood up nicely against a vintage VOX AC30 (both blended sounds great!).

The cabinet's pretty robust and the unit as a whole has never given me a single problem. Blackstar offered a 5 year warranty on the amp and fingers crossed I shouldn't need to call them, however web forums have scored them pretty high on customer service.

For the price I have yet to find an amp that could match it.
Amazing piece of kit.
Posted on 07/06/2012 by Woolfie A Blackstar HT-40 is an absolutely awesome amp. I've gigged with all sorts of different amp set-ups but I'm sticking with Blackstar from now. The HT-40 is the perfect amp for anyone, playing any genre, at any level. It's small enough to use at home as a practice amp, but also big enough to be used as a touring amp. The sound is so clear; you don't get that "Muddy-ness" that you sometimes get with other amps when you kick it into overdrive.

I'd liken it to the Fender Hot Rod, but the Blackstar is much more versatile in my opinion. It just handles everything you put through it.

It's made of tough stuff too, been rattling around in the back of cars & vans on the way to and from gigs and there's hardly a scratch on it. I've had absolutely no problems with my HT-40.

It’s a great recording amp too as you can take a direct out, straight into the desk.
I'm looking forward to playing (and owning) a few more Blackstar amps in the future!
Amazing piece of kit
Posted on 07/06/2012 by Woolfie A Blackstar HT-40 is an absolutely awesome amp. I've gigged with all sorts of different amp set-ups but I'm sticking with Blackstar from now. The HT-40 is the perfect amp for anyone, playing any genre, at any level. It's small enough to use at home as a practice amp, but also big enough to be used as a touring amp. The sound is so clear; you don't get that "Muddy-ness" that you sometimes get with other amps when you kick it into overdrive.

I'd liken it to the Fender Hot Rod, but the Blackstar is much more versatile in my opinion. It just handles everything you put through it.

It's made of tough stuff too, been rattling around in the back of cars & vans on the way to and from gigs and there's hardly a scratch on it. I've had absolutely no problems with my HT-40.

It’s a great recording amp too as you can take a direct out, straight into the desk.
I'm looking forward to playing (and owning) a few more Blackstar amps in the future!

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