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Positive Grid Introduces the Spark x You

Positive Grid Introduces the Spark x You

A personalized smart guitar amp with Bluetooth speakers.


Positive Grid proudly announces Spark x You personalized grilles for their #1 best-selling series of Spark smart guitar amps/Bluetooth speakers.

Played by over 300,000 guitarists worldwide, Spark 40 & Spark MINI's innovative smart features keep musicians playing more, with access to completely customizable guitar tone and Bluetooth music streaming. Now, in an industry first – and just in time for the gift-giving season – users can personalize their Spark amp grilles for a custom amp that screams "you."

Create a unique, custom Spark 40 or Spark MINI grille online by easily selecting images, patterns and colors, or by using a personal design or uploading a photo. Choose from one of Positive Grid’s artistic selections or design something original. Add a band logo; feature original artwork; or showcase a favorite photo*. Each grille is carefully prepared by hand and precisely printed in vivid color by state-of-the-art printers using durable materials that preserve sonic transparency.

Whether it’s for on-the-go music listening, inspired guitar practice at home, or for memorable, personalized gift-giving, Spark 40 and Spark MINI can be uniquely designed to fit any style or look. No other amp offers this level of customization.

Spark 40 and Spark MINI smart guitar practice amps/Bluetooth speakers feature big, spacious sound, smart app integration, and bold looks. Introduced earlier this year, the battery-powered Spark MINI delivers surprisingly detailed, multi-dimensional sound, allowing guitarists to play or listen anywhere. Meanwhile, Spark 40 is packed with 40 Watts of immersive, room-filling sound and ultimate onboard control. Both award-winning Spark amps include high quality Bluetooth audio streaming for casual music listening.

With the free companion Spark app (iOS/Android), Spark 40 and spark MINI offer a treasure trove of boutique and modern amps/effects for virtually endless sonic possibilities. Guitarists can access exclusive smart features like Smart Jam Live and Auto Chords for learning and practicing. Positive Grid's ToneCloud community is also accessed through the app, offering 10,000+ guitar presets created by artists, producers and players from around the world.

Spark x You is available now in the U.S. (please see Positive Grid website for other regions in the future). Existing Spark and Spark MINI owners can personalize and purchase a custom grille now. New customers have the option to purchase a personalized grille with a Spark amp.

Pricing (includes free shipping):

Custom grille for Spark 40 - $35
Custom grille for Spark MINI - $25
(Spark 40 or Spark MINI amp + custom grille - see PositiveGrid.com for pricing)

For more information, please visit positivegrid.com

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