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Johnson: Millennium JM150Guitar Amplifiers
Johnson: Millennium JM150

If you are in need of effects processing, the JM150's full function signal processing section lets you add up to 4 studio quality effects with total control over all parameters. Powered by 150 watts through 2 Celestion Vintage 30 loudspeakers, you can be guaranteed that you will be heard.

POSTED: 06/10/2013 - 05:09 am

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Johnson: Standard 15Guitar Amplifiers
Johnson: Standard 15

This is a well made, basic, stable, amp. What you see is what you get. If you have a multi effects pedal, you can make this amp do anything.

POSTED: 11/30/2010 - 02:55 am

6.5
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Johnson: Power 10Guitar Amplifiers
Johnson: Power 10

10 Watt RMS, 2 Band Equalizer: Treble Bass, Aux in, Head phone socket, Overdrive/Clean button.

POSTED: 11/08/2010 - 02:51 am

8.9
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Johnson: BlueLine 50RGuitar Amplifiers
Johnson: BlueLine 50R

It features dual individual overdrive and clean channel 3-band equalizers. These amps have spring reverb, built in footswitch, effects send/return, and high/low input jacks.

POSTED: 12/26/2006 - 03:50 am

9.5
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Johnson: JA-004Guitar Amplifiers
Johnson: JA-004

These Johnson Mini Amplifiers really pack a punch for the size! You are free to take it anywhere you like because it is able to operate on a 9V battery. The amp can also plug into the wall with an AC adapter. The JA-004 is small enough to fit inside most gig bags, and hard cases, and weighs only 1.75 Lbs.

POSTED: 12/25/2006 - 07:06 am

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Johnson: Marquis JM120Guitar Amplifiers
Johnson: Marquis JM120

With 3 effects at once, stereo effects loops and a headphone out which doubles as speaker compensated direct outs, the Marquis JM120 is bound to make an impression.

POSTED: 06/21/2004 - 04:06 am

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