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2010s Blackstar HT-Modulation Pedal Silver – used Blackstar Modulation Guitar Effect Pedal

£160.56

A Modulation Guitar Effect Pedal – Excellent condition in perfect working order and includes brand new power supplyOriginal packaging with manual

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The 2010s Blackstar HT-Modulation Pedal Silver is in used condition and made by Blackstar , it is a great Modulation Silver Guitar Effect Pedal – Excellent condition in perfect working order and includes brand new power supplyOriginal packaging with manual . Available from Just Pedals for only 160.56 (+delivery)

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Blackstar Amplification is a British manufacturer of guitar amplifiers, speaker cabinets, and effects pedals, known for their innovative designs, versatile tones, and high-quality sound. Founded in 2004 by Ian Robinson and Bruce Keir, both former Marshall Amplification employees, Blackstar has quickly gained recognition and popularity among guitarists worldwide.

Blackstar’s product lineup includes a wide range of guitar amplifiers, ranging from compact practice amps to powerful high-gain heads and combo amps. One of their notable series is the HT (Venue Series), which combines tube-driven warmth with modern features like built-in effects, USB connectivity, and versatile tone shaping options.

In addition to amplifiers, Blackstar produces a variety of effects pedals designed to complement their amplification systems. These pedals offer guitarists a range of tonal options, from classic overdrive and distortion to modulation and delay effects. The HT-Dual and HT-Delay pedals are particularly popular among players for their versatility and sound quality.

With a commitment to innovation, quality, and performance, Blackstar continues to be a trusted name in the guitar amplifier industry, providing guitarists with reliable and versatile amplification solutions that deliver exceptional tone and performance in a variety of musical genres and settings.

  • Guitar Effect Pedal
  • Modulation
  • Modulation is a category of guitar effects that alter the characteristics of the audio signal by varying parameters such as pitch, frequency, or timing. These effects add movement, depth, and texture to the sound, allowing guitarists to create dynamic and expressive tones. Common types of modulation effects include chorus, flanger, phaser, tremolo, and vibrato, each of which offers unique sonic characteristics and creative possibilities:

    1. **Chorus**: Chorus effect adds thickness and richness to the sound by creating multiple, slightly detuned copies of the original signal. This results in a shimmering, swirling effect reminiscent of a choir or ensemble.

    2. **Flanger**: Flanger effect creates a sweeping, jet-like sound by modulating a delayed version of the original signal and mixing it with the dry signal. It produces a distinctive whooshing or swooshing effect that can range from subtle to dramatic.

    3. **Phaser**: Phaser effect splits the audio signal into multiple phase-shifted copies and combines them to create a series of peaks and troughs in the frequency spectrum. This produces a swirling, swirling effect that adds movement and dimension to the sound.

    4. **Tremolo**: Tremolo effect modulates the volume of the audio signal at a rhythmic rate, creating a pulsating or throbbing sound. It adds a dynamic, rhythmic element to the guitar tone and is often used to create vintage-style surf or tremolo-bar effects.

    5. **Vibrato**: Vibrato effect modulates the pitch of the audio signal at a varying rate, creating a subtle, pulsating variation in pitch. It adds a sense of depth and expressiveness to the sound, simulating the natural vibrato of stringed instruments.

    Modulation effects can be used individually or in combination with other effects to create complex and layered tones. They are commonly used in various music genres, including rock, pop, funk, and experimental music, to enhance guitar solos, create atmospheric textures, and add movement to rhythm parts. Overall, modulation effects offer guitarists a wide range of creative possibilities for shaping their tone and expression.

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