HT-1RH Bronco Tan Pack
HT-1RH Bronco Tan Pack Overview
- Innovative 1 Watt valve head
- 1 x ECC83 and 1 x ECC82
- Unique push-pull power amp design
- Two channels
- Patented Infinite Shape Feature (ISF)
- 12" 50 Watt speaker custom designed by Blackstar
- Digital Stereo Reverb
- External speaker output - 16 Ohms mono
- Award-winning boutique clean tones and modern high gain distortions
- Limited edition tan ‘Bronco’ covering
- Limited to 750 pieces worldwide
General Product Range Limited Editions Model HT-1RH Bronco Tan Pack Technology Type Valve Valves Preamp Valves 1 x ECC83, 1 x ECC82 Poweramp Valves Electronics Wattage 1 Inputs Guitar Input, MP3/Line Input Controls Gain, Overdrive Select, Volume, ISF, Speaker Emulated Output and Headphones, MP3/Line In, Reverb Channels 2 - Clean, Overdrive Speakers Speaker Size 12" Speaker Model 12" Custom Designed by Blackstar Speaker Amount 1 Dimensions Weight 4KG Dimensions (Width x Height x Depth) 308 x 305 x 172 (mm)
The ISF control works in conjunction with the Tone control. It allows you to choose the exact tone signature you prefer. Fully CCW is a more American characteristic with a tight bottom end and more aggressive middle, and fully CW is a British characteristic which is more ‘woody’ and less aggressive.
Speaker Emulated Output
The Blackstar emulated output design is a new benchmark for pro direct recording. This no-compromise design makes it easy to get your tone to disk and tape. You can also use it to run a line out to a PA.
1 Watt, Push-Pull Design
The HT-1 power amplifier is a low powered push-pull design which produces the crunch and break-up characteristics of a traditional 100W output stage but at a much lower volume. This is achieved by the use of an ECC82 dual triode in push-pull configuration producing 1 Watt output, which is rich in valve harmonics and compression, sounding full and toneful even at the lowest volume level.
The HT-1 has two channels available for selection, a Clean channel and an Overdrive channel. Using the Gain control while on the Clean channel you are able to deliver everything from a clean sound through to a crunch tone. Alternatively you can select the Overdrive channel and again using the Gain control, change from a clean sound on the edge of breakup right through to a distorted lead tone.
The reverb control sets the overall level of the reverb effect. With the control fully counter clockwise there will be no reverb. Turning the control clockwise will increase the amount of reverb.