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Roland JC120 - Reviews Roland Jazz Chorus JC-120

I have been playing guitar for thirty years now. Currently I am not in a band I've prefered to work in recording studios because I overdub myself because I also play keyboards, drums and bass guitar. I write my own music. When I do play gigs I play solo.

Back in the early eighties I was seeking an amplifier. I knew what I was looking for
and was testing out amps in many music stores. Finally I came across an amp that was very versitile, the Jazz Chorus 120.
I bought it for something like 3 to 4 hundred dollars at the time. Since then the price has gone up considerably.

The JC120 has two channels and a variety of chorus and reverb sounds. It is excellent for gigs. It is medium sized which makes it good for gigs at large and small places. The chorus and reverb channel is excellent for vocals.The tone quality is "rich and full sounding".

There is virtually nothing I don't like about the JC, It's a great amp.

It is tough and durable. The speakers are a good size. It has removable wheels so it can be stacked up.

The JC120 it an all around great amplifier. After I had bought it, I had seen it in many music magazines being used by many serious professionals. It became very popular and it is still available now.
I would recommend it for all music both hard and mellow. It would be a good investment for any working guitarist or small gig vocalist.

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