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The Roland JC-120B Jazz Chorus is a guitar combo that has been revered by many guitarists since its release. Introduced by the Japanese brand in 1975, it is still going strong today and its popularity has remained intact. It is one of the few transistor amps used by many famous guitarists. This amp is known for its clear sound, even at high volumes, and its natural chorus, the colour of which is enhanced by the two 12" speakers, each delivering 60 watts (120 watts in total).Despite its classic sound, the JC-120B has everything you need to create a custom sound. Two channels are present, each with its own three-band EQ and a Bright switch, which adds a little brightness to the sound. Channel 2 gains a reverb and distortion, both of which are joined by a vibrato and chorus, the latter of which can be activated on each channel. Roland has also spoiled us with a large number of available connections. The two channels each have two inputs, High and Low, in order to manage the output level of the guitar used. At the back of the amp there is an effects loop linked to channel 2, which can be used in series or in parallel. A stereo line out allows the amp to be plugged into a mixing console or audio interface. Finally, three foot switch inputs are provided for remote control of the amp's effects.Thanks to its transistor technology and robust design, it will be happy to accompany you on tour without having to worry about a breakdown due to a hectic trip.


Crush Bass 25

Orange Amps

Crush Bass 25

BRINGING THE ‘ORANGE SOUND’ TO THE REHEARSAL ROOM…You wouldn’t compromise your bass sound with the band, so why should practising at home be any different? Whilst the Crush Bass 25 may be the smallest model in the Crush Bass amp range, it still retains the warm and rounded tonal character that makes Orange Amps the choice of some of the world’s most iconic bass players.This 25 Watt combo features an all-analogue signal path, a ported cabinet for improved low end response plus a highly responsive active EQ section. Like the rest of the Crush Bass range, the amp’s variable parametric mid band allows for unlimited control over a broad range of frequencies in addition to the bass and treble. Dial in a massive range of classic bass tones or create your own. With an integrated tuner, an aux. input for backing tracks and a headphone output with our CabSim circuitry, the Crush Bass 25 gives all players the perfect miniature rig on which to hone their tone.POWERFUL ACTIVE PARAMETRIC EQThe Crush Bass 25 features an EQ circuit inspired by our prestigious 4 Stroke Series amplifiers. At its centre is a parametric mid band. This presents players with a much greater degree of control over the sound than a traditional EQ, allowing them to vary the frequencies they want hear. The mid band covers a wide range, sweeping from 300Hz (fully counter-clockwise) to 2.7kHz (fully clockwise), meaning this amp can be fine tuned to suit any musical style. The active circuitry allows for up to 15dB of boost or cut on the bass and middle frequencies, and up to 20dB on the treble side.ANALOGUE DESIGN & PORTED CABINETThe Crush Bass series delivers a fat, rounded sound thanks to an all-analogue signal path. The Crush Bass 25 houses a 8” speaker with a reflex port for improved low-end response.CABSIM HEADPHONE OUTPUT, AUX INPUT & CHROMATIC TUNERThe headphone output features our Cabsim circuitry which emulates the response of our stage-ready OBC bass speaker cabinets during silent practice. This signal can also be sent to a console for seriously authentic direct recording. The Aux. Input allows for connecting external audio sources for backing tracks whilst the handy onboard tuner makes for quick tune-ups between jams.