Two-Rock Jet Signature

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  1. jaxx

    jaxx Member

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    I was thinking of pulling the trigger on a Jet signature. I love what I have heard. I want to use it for gigging though, and was a little concerned if the 35watts would be sufficient in an medium size club (full of people of course). I am trying to lighten my load a little, However I still need a big sound. Does anyone have any gigging experience with this amp? I appreciate any input
     
  2. Mike

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    Jet Sig with 6L6's is 44 watts - bigger iron. I think you'd be fine.

    Mike
     
  3. Jaradc

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    I recently tried out a Jet, not a signature, and it was incredible. I had a Two rock Jet and Custom Reverb lined up, and the Jet was much more practical. Half the knobs and switches and double the sound (in my opinion). I am a fan of 20-30 watt amps, so this is mainly the reason i liked it so much. It resembled the Custom Reverb a little, but i felt as though the Jet was more responsive and had a lot of clarity. The only fight i had with it, is it got a little muddy with the gain cranked. You will have to try one before you buy it, trust me. I went in thinking of what they would sound like, and walked out with a completely new observation.


    Here a is a website that has some impressive sound clips that do the Jet some justice.

    http://guitar25.com/products.php?partno=51
     
  4. trap

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    i've gig'ed with mine with a trio playing fairly loud and i thought it was fine at 35 watts. plenty of clean headroom with just enough edge. great chewey od sounds too! great amp!
     
  5. hathisisfunnyha

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    just to be safe you could get the jumbo jet
     
  6. Peppy

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    Nah, the one with faster transients....the Jet Li.
    Seriously, the Jet is a cool amp. I've played both the head/cab and combo versions.
     
  7. hathisisfunnyha

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    there really is a jumbo jet one though. its a stacked 2x12. looks pretty killer like an old skinny vertical marshall cab
     
  8. trap

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    i believe it's 2X10.
     
  9. Mike

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    It is indeed a vertical 2x10, and I named it. I was looking for a grab-n-go that had more volume than the little tiny combo cab that they first (and still do) shipped.

    Additionally we now have both horizontal 2x10 and oversized 1x12 combo cabs.

    Mike
     
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    sorry to hijack, but what TR offers up the nastiest OD channel?

    I would kill for a CR clean and a Ruby-esque dirty in the same head.
     
  11. DOMINIC

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    what should i buy? an old custom reverb or the jet? what's the deal with the deep and mid switch? are they needed? thanks
     

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