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Why do people HATE Blackstar Amps?
Why do people HATE Blackstar Amps?

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Why do people HATE Blackstar Amps?

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  1. Ive never heard of anyone who hate blackstar… They are great quality amps for now much cash. Roll the speakers and they are very versatile amps

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  2. I put this video under my playlist 'Opinies & meningen", which translates as "Opinions & opininions". I guess one of the variants is Franconian and the other Germanic. I put both on it, since an opinion poll translates as opiniepeiling, but your opinion about aubergines translates as mening. Theoreticly you can substitue one for the other, but meningpeiling is rarely used in Dutch and an opinie about aubergines sounds like you own a Ferrari basicly.

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  3. I still own a 4×12 Artisan cab with vintage 30’s I’ve had since 2015. Best sounding cab I have owned. My opinion though. I’ve had two Mesa cabs and a Marshall.

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  4. Thank you, very excellent and informative video! I've been playing for 5 decades but for the past 18 months have been delving into electronics, because I'm fascinated with both tube and solid state. Both essentially do the same basic things, and SS amps are getting better all the time. Fender and Vox first generation SS amps in the 60's were atrocious. Slamming what someone's equipment is almost like slamming a wife or girlfriend. It's not cool and It's not going to get you anywhere, and it won't make you any points or dollars. It may in fact come back to bite you later. This reminds me of high school guys would arguing about car brands and components and they were all bluster, full of vinegar, and didn't have a clue about what they were talking about. It's the same thing here. The bottom line is, do you like it? Does it speak to you? Does it encourage your creativity? Does it make you want to be a better guitarist? Does it replicate what you want to want to broadcast to the audience? If it works for you, that's all that is important. You should see some of the "junk" in the Nashville Music Hall of fame from the 1920's 30's. The guitars, banjoes, guitars and banjos were barely playable junk, but they recorded solid country gold , because the performers were just flat good!

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  5. Great video with a perfect mix of rational and opinion. I personally love the Blackstar sound. It is the Blackstar after-care that sucks. Living in Northampton, I emailed Blackstar headquarters about a serious problems with an ID:60 combo. They came back with a half-assed reply telling me to contact my nearest Blackstar authorised centre. Well, wouldn't this be Blackstar in Northampton? Also their truly shitty "Insider" software suffers from a lack of recent investment. They should release the source code to the public domain (or at least the interface calls) to let enthusiasts write or rewrite a better version. Nah! They doggedly stick to the Microsoft Silverlight library version that truly sucks.

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  6. Thank you for this video! I was at first skeptical after reading comments in reviews but a friend of mine also thinks Blackstar makes great amps. So looks like I'm getting Blackstar HT20H soon! Pretty excited.

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  7. I just bought an HT-5 mkII head because it was $50 more than an iridium and actually has tubes, an fx loop, line in, usb audio, emulated line outs, it’s the bees knees

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  8. PSA….Please note that tube amps can in some instances store lethal amounts of voltage in them well after being unplugged so always be careful handling the bare chassis and parts unless you know what your are doing.

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  9. Perfectly said! Just got a Series One 100 EL34 and it kicks some pretty serious ass!!! I've owned lots of amps and its one of my favorites so far. So cheers man for this excellent video.

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  10. I'll admit – I had an HT Studio 20 and I hated it. Nothing wrong with the amp itself, it was really honestly a problem with myself as I didn't do enough research before buying it.

    I recently tried an HT40 MkII, and I absolutely loved it!! Probably will not being buying one anytime soon but it was really nice to enjoy one 🙂

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  11. I hate it, it's bad, it sucks, piece of crap, meh….all just adjectival variations on the theme of not liking something. When it's a guitar amp, not liking the sound is a pretty big deal. The specific claims and accusations arise from people trying to determine the cause of their dislike, generally with limitations on their knowledge and experience. The best most of us can do is build a list of functional assumptions in lieu of hands on time with distant amplifiers. Good thing we have people like you sharing knowledge and experience, but they don't always agree. It's good that you try to be neutral and non-reactive in your approach.
    As far as the Blackstar amps, it does seem like having a permanent overdrive pedal, and to my ears it has that kind of sound, but there are layers of factors between your amp and my ears. Either way it's not an inherently bad thing. It always comes down to whether you like it or not, and that really doesn't require explanation.

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  12. My first tube amp was a Blackstar HT60. I read a lot of hate online about the HT60 re: it's a "hybrid" it was really a "solid state amp" etc etc. Didn't care about any of it. Bought it anyway.

    I'll tell you this though, I didn't care for the sound I was getting out of it. I saw other guitarists get great sounds out of their HT40s and 60s, but I never got what I wanted out of it. So now I kind of avoid Blackstars. I'm an engl fanboy now

    I've tried the ID Cores and they're phenomenal though

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  13. Blackstar amps just do not sound good to me. It doesn't matter what is under the hood. The distortion is disgustingly spongy and the mids are way too high. It makes the sound very unclear and it doesn't fit well in a mix.

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  14. Theyre ok if you dont have a better amp next to it to listen to. HT5R made my Line6 spider3 into garbage. Then my 6505mh arrived and made my HT5R garbage so its all relative but when my Spark arrived it made my BS iDcore garbage but the 6505mh did not make the Spark garbage. Get a Spark and a 6505 and stop buying amps so u can concentrate on playing.

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