While stock lasts, you can now order Positive Grid’s next generation device with up to $34 off. PLUS they’re throwing an alternate crimson grille into the bargain normally priced at $50 for FREE.
Designed with electric guitar, acoustic guitar and bass in mind, this diminutive unit is a powerhouse of sound that can be used by musicians of all levels for recording, practicing, jamming and more – whether at home, in the studio or simply on the go.
Spark Mini Amp, App & Grille:
$279, now $195
With a huge introductory saving of $84 this limited deal is available now from the Positive Grid website where they are taking pre-orders for their new portable smart amp and Bluetooth speaker. Designed for musicians on the go, this highly flexible USB rechargeable battery-powered device can be hooked up to your smartphone via a dedicated app for editing thousands of amp and effects combinations. It can even be used as a USB audio interface for recording.
Available in a choice of either Black or Pearl textured vinyl covering, Positive Grid's new portable smart amp – the Spark Mini – boasts an incredible array of features designed for guitarists of all levels.
USB charging provides up to eight hours of usage (on mid volume or lower) and while measuring only 146.5 x 123 x 165 mm this compact music-making tool can be taken virtually anywhere.
Featuring stereo and mono operation, the Spark Mini boasts a 10-watt Class D power amplifier and a maximum sound pressure level of 90dB at one meter – often more than enough to warrant the use of headphones!
Alternatively, the 1/8” headphone jack can be used as a line output, while utilizing the unit as a USB audio interface provides very reasonable, CD-quality sample rate and bit depth (44.1kHz/16-bit.)
Visit Positive Grid for more information.
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Rod Brakes is a music journalist with an expertise in guitars. Having spent many years at the coalface as a guitar dealer and tech, Rod's more recent work as a writer covering artists, industry pros and gear includes contributions for leading publications and websites such as Guitarist, Total Guitar, Guitar World, Guitar Player and MusicRadar in addition to specialist music books, blogs and social media. He is also a lifelong musician.