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Positive Grid Presents the Spark MINI Zakk Wylde Edition

Positive Grid Presents the Spark MINI Zakk Wylde Edition

Includes Spark MINI amp hand-signed by Wylde, custom Black Label Society "Skully" grille, and original tone presets created to emulate the Black Label Society founder, and current Pantera touring guitarist. Only 100 made.


The portable, battery-powered Spark MINI smart guitar practice amplifier packs a punch with surprisingly loud, multi-directional sound and easy-to-use onboard controls. Its free accompanying app unlocks a world of custom tones and smart features for practicing and playing. Spark MINI can also be used as a Bluetooth audio speaker for streaming music or an audio interface for recording musical ideas.

Limited to 100 units, each Spark MINI O' Doom is hand-signed and numbered by Zakk Wylde – the legendary Ozzy Osbourne guitarist, Black Label Society founder, and current Pantera touring member. A custom front grille featuring Black Label Society's iconic “Skully” design is also included.

Fans can sign up at positivegrid.com/pages/zakkwylde between February 14 - 28, 2023. Then 100 lucky entrants will be selected at random for their chance to purchase this limited-edition customized collaboration.

For the full Zakk Wylde experience, fans can also harness his signature tone with five signature presets created to emulate quintessential tones from his career – all accessed via Positive Grid’s exclusive ToneCloud tone-sharing community.

For more information, please visit positivegrid.com,

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