Blackstar Amplification is proud to announce their first signature amplifier – the Gus G. BLACKFIRE 200. Blackstar have been working closely with guitar hero Gus G. (Ozzy Osbourne, Firewind) to create the ultimate heavy metal amp. Based on Blackstar’s award winning Series One 200 amp design, this 200W, limited edition tube amplifier has been voiced in partnership with Gus.
Four switchable channels are offered: a Clean channel with Warm and Bright modes, a Crunch channel with Crunch and Super Crunch modes, plus Fire and Fury overdrive channels specially voiced in partnership with Gus G. for a devastating full metal assault.
The BLACKFIRE 200 features a custom cosmetic including a brushed aluminum front panel with an ‘Evil G’ screened logo and a cast metal Blackstar logo. Also available are two cosmetically matched 4x12 cabinets: the S1-412BlackfireA (angled) and S1-412BlackfireB (straight).
Additional product features include:
Each model will come with exclusive Gus G accessories including a signed certificate, an ‘Evil G’ key ring, picks and a Firewind EP.
For more information about Blackstar Amps, please visit www.blackstaramps.com.
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