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Solid-State Combo Guitar Amp from Yamaha belonging to the JX series.

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  • nebsnebs

    Yamaha JX35Published on 11/13/09 at 08:13
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Basic amp of the late 70s, I plug my style and sound!
    1 assignable lamp in many different impdences in prampli
    the rest is semiconductor.
    It's tough, my amp is 1977, it has not boug an inch level.
    Manufactured in Japan.
    HP 14, 2 channels, which allow you to connect to a high electric, electro on a low. In both cases the sound is good. For the price of the argus jx 35 is 160 euros to say anything; 10.

    USE

    This is an amp primarily for light or bluesy sound, there overdrive that dclenche by a zipper, but you will not play with the death.
    The interest is that you can connect an electro above, has done much better than the Kustom or Ibanez electro.
    The ideal is to branch a St…
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    Basic amp of the late 70s, I plug my style and sound!
    1 assignable lamp in many different impdences in prampli
    the rest is semiconductor.
    It's tough, my amp is 1977, it has not boug an inch level.
    Manufactured in Japan.
    HP 14, 2 channels, which allow you to connect to a high electric, electro on a low. In both cases the sound is good. For the price of the argus jx 35 is 160 euros to say anything; 10.

    USE

    This is an amp primarily for light or bluesy sound, there overdrive that dclenche by a zipper, but you will not play with the death.
    The interest is that you can connect an electro above, has done much better than the Kustom or Ibanez electro.
    The ideal is to branch a Strat or Les Paul to take advantage of the clear grain of the amp.

    SONORITS

    I tried quite a transistor or tube amp, it's clear the JX sounds "lamp", the sound is warm, soft, clear. It's really pleasant. It was not the impression of aggressiveness that the transistor amp. The bass is the treble round flow like honey, put a fender hot rod all-tube side, you will not hear the difference.
    The clean channel can push the bottom have a good crunch that I prefer the overdrive.
    The overdrive channel is not going very far into saturation, to play classic hard was enough punishment, so prvoir a distortion pedal.

    With an acoustic one plugs into the low channel and the sound is transparent, it's soft and finesse of the game are perfectly restitution.

    I put 9 because we can not have big saturation.

    NOTICE GLOBAL

    The amp, I use it for 30 years, I have bought and sold many other amps. This is a vintage amp with a grain for which charges you big bucks in nine. Amp blues / rock with enough potatoes to go in small clubs, ideal if we play that style but can sound fabulous with a pedal kind PROCO rats, a fuzz death.
    The main quality of the amp is its solidity Made in Japan. A strat on it as a branch electro and sound is warm, crystal clear.
    Findable for 150 euros OCCAZ if we look a little, it sounds like a Fender or Marshall for 70 years, his only default: you need to connect a crankset to exit the blues / rock record.
    Honestly this amp has a stupfiant grain, it is simple to use, ideal for the 70's rock to rpter with his band. For Mtal just paste it good distortion pedal because its HP 14 is tireless.
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  • spinkospinko

    Yamaha JX35Published on 11/14/09 at 10:18
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    I just love these amps that I have 3, the jx 20, the jx 35, the jx 55.
    Concernantmon JX 35:
    - 1 lamp prampli and germanium component (it's available as a component)
    - Made in Japan
    - Hpindestructible 14
    - 2 between high and low (perfect for playing an electro)
    - Overdrive by zipper on the volume button
    - Beautiful spring reverb
    - Headphone jack

    Completely agree with the opinion prcdent, it's solid to last a lifetime.

    USE

    The clean sound, blues, hard blues rock 70's and basta! There's no better value and even to triple the price!
    It also sounds great with my Takamine electro so 10 ...

    SONORITS

    The overdrive slip as milk, ideal for the blues. In clean, it also…
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    I just love these amps that I have 3, the jx 20, the jx 35, the jx 55.
    Concernantmon JX 35:
    - 1 lamp prampli and germanium component (it's available as a component)
    - Made in Japan
    - Hpindestructible 14
    - 2 between high and low (perfect for playing an electro)
    - Overdrive by zipper on the volume button
    - Beautiful spring reverb
    - Headphone jack

    Completely agree with the opinion prcdent, it's solid to last a lifetime.

    USE

    The clean sound, blues, hard blues rock 70's and basta! There's no better value and even to triple the price!
    It also sounds great with my Takamine electro so 10 ...

    SONORITS

    The overdrive slip as milk, ideal for the blues. In clean, it also sounds beautifully for the little wing arpges is ideal. My buddy a Marshall all-tube, right between the range 1000 euros in clean and overdrive, the old yamaha sounds better! As against the Marshall goes much further in the saturation maissi ... I plug my fuzz on the amp I get genreNeil young Hendrix sounds or the marshall provides!
    With Takamine, I get better sound with yam with my Carlsbrow electro! straw!

    NOTICE GLOBAL

    Here again, I agree with the amp prcdent for 150 euros or 200 euros Cygnus was a two-amp in one: ideal for vintage rock and hard blues, and good sound electro. I see no default this amp except perhaps for modern sounds kind Mtal dark ... But I play the SRV, the pixies, the TDCA, and everything with a telecaster !dropoff window
    If you play blues, there not better, it really sounds like a very light (germanium).
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