The Positive Grid Spark is the biggest guitar gear success story of 2020 – a smart practice amp that combines innovation with inspiring performance and value that electric, acoustic and bass guitarists can benefit from. But if you’re new to the 40-watt amp’s considerable range of features, it’s helpful to have a guide. And Toska guitarist / YouTuber Rabea Massaad has provided a brilliant one in the video above – helping us to understand what sets the Spark amp apart right now. And you can win one for yourself, too.
Sign up for here for your chance to seriously deck out your practice, jamming and recording setup with the Positive Grid Jam at Home Giveaway. One lucky winner will receive over $3,300 in prizes, including a Positive Grid Spark guitar amp and BIAS software pack, plus amazing items from ESP, PreSonus, Dunlop and more. But Hurry, entries close on 11/30/2020.
At the heart of the Spark amp is its Tone Engine; Positive Grid’s BIAS is the manifestation of the company’s cutting-edge digital modelling development. It’s created the incredible range of classic and contemporary amp and effects for all guitar styles that players can now enjoy with the Spark.
You’ll hear Rabea demo some of its sonic capabilities in the video. Spark’s stereo speakers take full advantage of these huge, authentic amp models and effects, with your favourites easily saved for quick access. But building on this essential foundation are a range of inspiring features to help you learn, jam and have even more fun playing. This puts the Spark amp in a league of its own.
Want to learn a song? Find it on YouTube via the Spark app and then watch its Auto Chords feature display its guitar chords in real time as you play. Looking to improve by playing along with a rhythm section? The Spark amp and app will work together to learn your style and generate drums and bass with Smart Jam to be your backing.
The Spark amp can be your primary source of tone for home recording with its USB interface capabilities and if you’re stuck for creative inspiration, the Spark app gives you access to a library of over 10,000 tones from artists, engineers and producers from around the globe.
Even if you’re not playing guitar you can enjoy your Spark with its Bluetooth connectivity, custom-designed speakers and tuned bass-reflex port, which are designed for high-definition audio streaming.
To discover the Spark amp for yourself, head over to positivegrid.com and to be in with a chance of winning an incredible home practice rig with the Positive Grid Jam at Home Giveaway, enter here before 11/30/2020.