Jet City Amplification announced a range of four new guitar cabinets: The new “+” series range come in 1x12, 2x12 and 4x12 configurations, with new features.
RRV MicSim. Developed by Doug Roberts of Roberts RetroValves, MicSim is a balanced XLR output from the speaker cabinet which emulates a microphone. This feature is designed to allow the guitarist to send a consistent feed to the mixer in a live or
recording environment. The RRV MicSim is also available as a standalone box – the JetDirect, at $49.99 estimated street price.
SuperTuning Port by THD (only on 12+ and 24+ models). Starting with Thiele/Small parameters for engineering flat frequency response ports, Andy Marshall of THD Electronics took things a bit further, JCA explains. Using the specifics of the JCA Eminence speakers and dimensions of the cabinets, Marshall engineered porting via a removable rear panel which is packed in the box with the cabinet. This gives the guitarist three possible cabinet configurations: Open, Closed, or Ported.
Estimated street prices:
- $199.99 JCA12s+
- $299.99 JCA24S+
- $399.99 JCA48S+
- $399.99 JCA48ST+ (the new straight-front 4×12)
Visit www.jetcityamplification.com for more information.
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