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Roland JC-90 Jazz Chorus Amp
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Two independent amps deliver 2x40W to drive 2 - 10" speakers and make especially lush stereo chorus effects possible. Features include 4-band EQ, eff...Click To Read More About This Product
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The ultimate clean sound!
Two independent amps deliver 2x40W to drive 2 - 10" speakers and make especially lush stereo chorus effects possible. Features include 4-band EQ, effects loop with stereo return, headphone output with speaker cab simulator, and reverb and distortion that can be controlled by the included footswitch.
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Me and My Father both play guitars and this is a clean sounding amp. We have a fender mexican strat and Vantage les paul copy. we also have a silverface Vibrolux and Twin reverb. Although I am a fan of tube amps, for this amp being a solid state it is just clean. My dad doesn't even have to use his boss chorus pedal because the chorus is authentic. the way I see it, the distortion is just a boost in sound but overall it is a good amp.
First of all, why anyone would use this amp for distortion is beyond me. The Roland JC series has been characterized by its clean channel, and I must say I am very impressed. I used this amp with my jazz group at a little venue, and i didnt even need to mic it. Shimmering chorous that NO stompbox could parrallel in my opinion; absolutely lovely. This is not for hard rockers, and you might find that playing single coils through this might sound somewhat weak. If your a jazz junkie though, go with this. you wont be dissappointed.
The best clean amp ever! I was looking for a great clean sound and I found it. Not great amp distortion, but just by a distortion pedal and you'll be fine.
I play this amp at school for the orchestra. I use a Squire Affinity Strat. The clean channel is good, but the distortion does not heve enough gain. Aside from that, the other effects are good to have and sound nice. Overall, it is a pretty good amp.
Confued about this little guy. I played at a local shop, because I'm in the quest for outrageous clean that will not break. This little brother of the fabled JC-120 is champ at it, and I personally like the tens instead of twelves. It cuts great, and the bi-amped chorus leaves even my classic and much stomped on boss choruses in the dust. But - a cheesy distortion knob and a headphone out makes it look like a toy. Just couldn't stomache the price for a mid watt solid-state.