Blackstar HT-5R Combo Review
Reviews / September 23, 2016

Share This: Blackstar HT-5R Combo Review Blackstar HT-5R Combo Rating: 5/5 Price: $500 Best Price: buy on Amazon here   Straight from the list of the best guitar amps for beginners and intermediate players, the Blackstar HT-5R has been getting well deserved praise since its release a couple of years ago. This 5-watt full tube amplifier is one of the best you can buy right now at the price point of less than $500. It is also my favorite amplifier that I personally own and I don’t think that I will ever need another amplifier for my purposes. Blackstar HT-5 R Combo Features The Blackstar HT5-R features two- foot switchable channels, built in reverb, Speaker emulated output with 1×12 or 4×12 voicing, a separate volume control for both clean and crunch channels, and the patented ISF feature. The amplifier does come with a foot switch to switch from clean to gain channels. My foot switch does not properly work currently, but I did get my amplifier secondhand. The ISF feature allows you to have a certain tone. It allows you to switch between an American sounding amp and a British sounding amp. This amplifier also has emulated output features which include a place to…

Review of the Jackson JS32 King V
Reviews / September 16, 2016

Share This:   Jackson JS32 King V Rating: 4/5 Best Place to buy here on Amazon Jackson is an iconic brand for all metal-heads. If you’re a metal-head, you probably like the music of someone who uses a Jackson. The Jackson JS32 is the affordable version of the iconic King V used by many. This Jackson JS32 King V review will show you why I love it so much. The Specs of the Jackson JS32 King V According to Jacksons website, the Jackson Js32 King V features “a basswood body, bolt-on maple speed neck with graphite reinforcement, compound-radius (12”-16”) bound rosewood fingerboard with 24 jumbo frets and pearloid sharkfin inlays, and bound headstock. Other features include dual high-output Jackson humbucking pickups with ceramic magnets and three-way toggle switching, Jackson-branded double-locking tremolo bridge, black hardware and die-cast tuners.” My Personal Experience and Honest Review I own the Jackson JS32 King V and I will say that I have no real problems with it. The only problem I have had with it is the third fret inlay falling out on me. People love to talk down on licensed Floyd roses, but I have no problems with this one at all. I can…