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  • edenstefedenstef

    Roland Jazz Chorus JC-60Published on 05/26/08 at 12:52
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Amp transistors 60 watt speaker with 12-inch (heavy-duty transducer).

    In faade we find in order:
    - 2 input jack, one high, one low.
    * A section rglage gnral with:
    - A switch shine.
    - 1 volume gnral.
    - A 3-band equalizer, treble, mid, bass.
    - A distortion.
    - A reverb.
    * A section with effect module:
    - 1 (speed) speed control effect.
    - 1 (depth) modulator effect depth.
    - A selector switch effect (vibrato, off, chorus).
    * A red LED and on off button is.

    At the rear:

    - A fuse 12a/250v.
    - 1 ext speaker output (8 ohm minimum).
    - An online outlet end (line out jack).
    - 3 pdalier jack (footswitch)
    chorus / vibrato - reverb - distortion.
    - A line between (i…
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    Amp transistors 60 watt speaker with 12-inch (heavy-duty transducer).

    In faade we find in order:
    - 2 input jack, one high, one low.
    * A section rglage gnral with:
    - A switch shine.
    - 1 volume gnral.
    - A 3-band equalizer, treble, mid, bass.
    - A distortion.
    - A reverb.
    * A section with effect module:
    - 1 (speed) speed control effect.
    - 1 (depth) modulator effect depth.
    - A selector switch effect (vibrato, off, chorus).
    * A red LED and on off button is.

    At the rear:

    - A fuse 12a/250v.
    - 1 ext speaker output (8 ohm minimum).
    - An online outlet end (line out jack).
    - 3 pdalier jack (footswitch)
    chorus / vibrato - reverb - distortion.
    - A line between (in hand).

    UTILIZATION

    To use simple trs, trs the jc60 is affordable. Not surprisingly, plug is adjusted, we play. the legalization three bands rvle trs prcise and effective. The clean sound is good quality trs attack renders many notes, clarity of phrasing trs good returns, I never found clear sounds as perfect of an amp . The rverb is deep and does not sound "card", when the effects of them his image roland, screaming and trs never used, does not sound dnaturent but bonifient. A BMOL ... the disto ... well rotted alone ...

    SOUNDS

    Not surprisingly ... it's own that captures your game to the smallest dtails ... A MUST.

    OVERALL OPINION

    25 years and not a wrinkle ... unbeatable in its clear link with another amp into distortion and more patator l. ..
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