The Sonnet 120 is the bigger sibling of the Sonnet Series. With 120 Watts of power delivered through a 1×8” speaker + 2x tweeters, this amp will provide enormous volume suitable for any stage.
The Sonnet 120 is the bigger sibling of the Sonnet Series. With 120 Watts of power delivered through a 1×8” speaker + 2x tweeters, this amp will provide enormous volume suitable for any stage. Sonnet 120 comes equipped with all the features of the 60W model plus: 2x additional reverbs (Studio & Chamber), Anti-Feedback and Phase controls for both channels, Phantom Power and Pad options for both channels, independent FX-Loop and XLR DI for either channel.
Valve or Tube amps use vacuum tubes to derive amplification where solid state uses electronic transistors. Valve amps generally cost more money as they are a more complex build and require more maintenance than their solid state brethren. Tubes usually give you a smoother response than solid state does but, don't count out the solid state yet. Solid state amps have been around since the 60's and have improved greatly over the years. Solid state amps are generally cheaper and much lower maintenance and therefore are more reliable when performing. Ultimately it comes down to personal preferences. Both types of amps are used regularly by professional musicians alike.
ISF is a tone feature exclusive to Blackstar. Infinite Shape Feature or ISF basically will shift your tone between the "American" setting and the "British" setting. The American setting is tighter, more focused, and percussive where the British setting is woodier, warmer and has a softer crunchy breakup. You can adjust this feature to your personal mix between the two settings.
Amp modelling is basically where one amp recreates the sound of another. As some amps can be quite expensive, amp modelling is a less expensive option to get a similar sound. Amp modelling is a growing technology but, has not yet perfected exact emulation.
Overdrive is literally what you get when a tube is pushed beyond its voltage limits causing a clip in the top of the waveforms resulting in a slight warm, fat and sometimes, sizzly tone. Overdrive pedals recreate that tone. The harder you strum, the angrier it sounds, so to speak. Distortion basically adds more clipping stages than overdrive and therefore has a more distorted tone. The more clipping stages added the more distorted the tone is. There is less definition with distortion as there are more overtones created because of the hard clipping.
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