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JazzKat BluesmanPublished on 05/26/09 at 20:55
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
Specifications:
120w RMS power transistor
1 input jack
1 input jack or XLR
16 assignable effects (switch) to each channel (the reverb rotary, flanger, delay etc. ...
setting treble, bass, mid, gain and master vol.
Line out
effects loop
stereo output

UTILIZATION

The configuration is simple and very effective.
Various sounds and high quality are in seconds.
The manual is sufficient (useful?)
It can be used in guitar + microphone (vocals, for example) without losing quality and clarity.
Very compact and lightweight for the power output (120w)
Manufacturing quality copy (built in small series and custom-wired to the labor importing U.S.), and solid ergonomics (2......
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Specifications:
120w RMS power transistor
1 input jack
1 input jack or XLR
16 assignable effects (switch) to each channel (the reverb rotary, flanger, delay etc. ...
setting treble, bass, mid, gain and master vol.
Line out
effects loop
stereo output

UTILIZATION

The configuration is simple and very effective.
Various sounds and high quality are in seconds.
The manual is sufficient (useful?)
It can be used in guitar + microphone (vocals, for example) without losing quality and clarity.
Very compact and lightweight for the power output (120w)
Manufacturing quality copy (built in small series and custom-wired to the labor importing U.S.), and solid ergonomics (2 handles)

SOUNDS

Clear sounds exceptional
Perfect for blues and jazz, but adapted to any music using a clear, yet rich, round and warm.
Very good as using an electric or other acoustic instrument.
The amp is very faithful to the instrument and the integrated effects are pro quality.
I eventually used a Bad Monkey overdrive (Digitech), but the clean sound is so pure ...

OVERALL OPINION

I use it for about a year.
Ulta convenient, portable and efficient
The best sound quality and manufacturing US.Un amp pro.
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Tech. sheet

  • Manufacturer: JazzKat
  • Model: Bluesman
  • Category: Solid-State Combo Guitar Amps
  • Added in our database on: 05/26/2009

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