The JCM900 4100 was the next evolutionary step on from the JCM800 Series. This is a precise re-issue of the JCM900 4100, first launched in the early 1990s.
This high gain, dual Reverb, all-valve 100 Watt head is still a players favourite. Known for its tone and workhorse roadworthiness,the JCM900 4100 has many fans due to its feature set and versatility.
Channel A is voiced to be sparklingly clean on lower gain settings, building to a raunchy crunch when driven harder. Channel B takes the gain higher producing tones from silky smooth distortion to searing, saturated scream.
The JCM900 4100 is equipped witha series FX Loop with its own Level control for use with rack FX or stomp boxes.
First introduced way back in 1975, the JC-120 Jazz Chorus is one of the few guitar amps that can truly be called a legend.
Roland’s long-standing flagship is universally recognized by pros as the benchmark in clean guitar sound, and its rich tone and famous built-in stereo chorus effect have been heard on countless popular songs over its long history.
Now celebrating 40 years of continuous production and counting, the JC-120 remains the undisputed “king of clean,” and the enduring choice of serious guitarists everywhere.
Messa Boggie - Dual Rechtifier
Wattage : Multi-Watt™ 50 or 100 (Channel Assignable)
Power Tube Type : 4x Mesa 6L6 (or EL-34)
Channels & Modes : 3 Channels / 8 Modes
Mode Voicings / Styles : Ch. 1 = Clean or Pushed
Ch. 2 = Raw, Vintage High Gain or Modern High Gain
Ch. 3 = Raw, Vintage High Gain or Modern High Gain
Graphic EQ / Reverb / FX / Solo : FX Loop, Solo
Footswitchable Functions : Ch. 1, 2, 3, Mute, FX Loop & Solo
Speaker(s) & Impedance : n/a
Weight : 41 Lbs.
Dimensions : 10" H x 25 1/2" W x 9 7/8" D
Available Formats : Head
'65 TWIN REVERB®
This amp has seen action in every imaginable venue and remains indispensable to this day. Be it rock, jazz, country or anything else, this is what a clean electric guitar sounds like - or add an upside-down Stratocaster® guitar and a fuzz box ...
The 85-watt (at 4 ohms) reissue ’65 Twin Reverb® features four 6L6 Groove Tubes® output tubes, four 12AX7 preamp tubes, two 12AT7 preamp tubes, two 12” 8-ohm Jensen® C-12K speakers, dual channels (normal and vibrato), Fender® reverb, vibrato, two-button reverb and vibrato on-off footswitch, tilt-back legs, black textured vinyl covering and silver grille cloth.
The direct descendant of the legendary SM-400, the SM-500 was a mainstay of stages and studios for over a decade. The SM-500 featured the original SWR tube preamp and a four-band graphic/semi-parametric EQ, plus a side-chain effects loop, stereo master volume control and Transparency control for crystalline highs.
4-Band EQ, XLR DI - OUT with ground lift and pre-/post switch, effects-loop, tuner-out,
mute-schalter, Speaker out Two 1/4" and Two HMS-compatible Speaker Twist Connectors, 19", 8,1 kg
AMPEG SVT 4 PRO
RMS Power Output: 300-Watts x 2/900 (mono-bridged @ 8 Ohms) RMS Power Output: 490-Watts x 2/1200 (mono-bridged @ 4 Ohms) RMS Power Output (2 Ohms): 600-Watts x 2 Preamp: Tubes (3 x 12AX7) Power Amp: Solid State Tone Controls: 3-Band Mid Tone Control: 5-Position Graphic EQ: Yes, 9-Band Ultra Low/High Boosts: Yes Balanced Line Out: Yes x 2 Pre/Post with Level Effects Loop: Yes x 2 Preamp Out/Power Amp In: Yes x 2 Dimensions (W x H x D inches): 19 x 5.6 x 15.5 Weight: 39.5 Pounds