#1
Selling my Blackstar HT-Stage 60 2x12 valve combo. 60w valve amp offering 3 channels and awesome tone. Amp is in immaculate condition and comes with original footswitch and additional genuine blackstar vinyl protective cover. Gonna be ordering a dt25 so need to sell this to finance.

Details at http://www.blackstaramps.co.uk/products/ht-amps/ht-60h.html

£500 collected from Glasgow, or ship at buyers expense

#3
Do you know how much postage would cost (roughly), I am located near Milton Keynes so collection would be a bit far I tried out the smaller 2 channel ht-60 at a local store and liked it a lot, do you think that this would be fine for studio, gigging and bedroom usage? Cheers
#4
postage should be between £20-30 depending on the insurance add on, I'm happy to cover the insurance though so call it £520 shipped. If you like the soloist you'll like the stage it sounds amazing the extra channel although sharing an eq is really usable for adding a good crunch channel. For gigging it's great, fills a room easy and sounds great, it's ok for home practice can sound good for a loud amp as the master volume is very responsive but if that was the focus you'd be better off with an ht20 imo (I'm also selling one of them btw ) if your gonna be gigging with it and just want to play at home you'll be fine but the amp needs to go past 9 o'clock to start sounding it's best and that's already quite loud for a home with anyone else in it, cranked it sounds amazing though. studio use will be fine it's a very quiet amp and has a great emulated output if you can't mic, I believe it can be used with the cab disconnected for silent recording but don't quote me on that. If you want to know anything else let me know.
#5
Yeh I'm looking for mainly a gigging amp that can be used in a studio and at home, this sounds like it fits the job quite well is it the ht20 head or combo? and how much for? just out of interest I think the HT60 sounds more like what I'm looking for but you never know Also how responsive is the ISF feature, does it effect the tone alot? I didn't really get to play around with it when trying the soloist
#6
The ht20 is a combo looking for £300 I was gonna use 2 for a stereo rig but would be through a pa most of the time as well, for small gigs it'd be fine but if the primary use is gigging/recording the ht60 is a better amp imo and the speakers are much better in it. The isf does change sound quite a lot within reason, it doesn't blend from a jcm to a recto but you can feel the mid focus move and the amp tighten up as you use it, the mode buttons have a much more drastic effect though and really add a lot of versatility to the type of gain you get. In all hoesty I'm not that much of a tweaker though so haven't played with it a lot, I just find sounds I'm happy with and leave it there most of the time.