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in a word; GREAT!Looks awsome - how does it sound??
I guess the click tone function will become more apparent when the throttle is opened up a little morein a word; GREAT!
in a few more words; strong, solid, big...
I do wonder what the 'click' tone is really doing tho -- I haven't used one before on any amp. At this point (very early in the game) it seems very subtle?
The high cut works beautifully -- never dulling the sound but just takes off or adds a bit of edge.
Great presence and body -- a very big sounding amp! Not a whole lot of very clean tho' this is a rock n roll amp!
I have a hard time describing tone with words -- this is a great description, well put and thank you.What always struck me about this amp (w/ a 1x12 g12h30 cab) was the incredible amount of torque that it had. It just really jumped up and barked at the slightest provocation - very exciting and powerful feeling to play through. No shortage of good sounding high end!
That's in line with my experience. I liked the 6V6 side best...unless the other guitarist had a similar sound then I'd change to EL84s so we would sit better in the mix.Congrats! I've had mine for a few months now, and it's the best! It does all the small Fender/Gibson 6V6 Combo and EL84/VOX/1974x sounds in spades. I see the controls as situational, meaning that you only change the cut or click to accommodate the room your playing in. I 4ind your sweet spot with the volumes and It's a big amp sound in a small package, but it still can outdo so many other amps because of its straightforward design. Enjoy!!!
The click only affects one of the channels, I think it's the cleaner one if that's the one right next to the click. It's just a bright cap selector, brighter or darker depending on which way your turn it.I do wonder what the 'click' tone is really doing tho -- I haven't used one before on any amp. At this point (very early in the game) it seems very subtle?
I find amps like this that do not have the classic tone stack tend to sound more open and organicThe Last thing I'll say about the JRT: Some complain about no EQ section. I've found that going between 6V6 & EL84 makes major changes. One Thicker with Low Mids and the other Brighter, Tighter, with more headroom. Obviously we all look at tubes being designated for and to specific genres or classic amp sounds, but with the JRT you have to think differently. You trying to get the amp to deliver the response or the dynamics we hear in our heads. It's helped me to stop thinking of VOX, Fender, & Gibson and think the sound I need for the situation: Bright or Dark, Edge of a breakup or no headroom at all. This is definitely evident when the amp volumes are past noon.