#1
I found a JCM 602 (2x12) 60 watt combo (all tube) for $500.

I couldn't find out much as far as revews go.

Has anyone used one and how does it rate aganst the other jcm series'.


I do know that they use 2 el34's and 4 12ax7's.

and from what I can gather they were made in the mid to late 90's. (correct me if I'm wrong about that)

Any info would be great!!! Thanks
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#2
The guitarist from a local band uses one and my friend uses it for when he's playing shows.
My friend can get some pretty good tone out of it but the owner has pretty ****ty settings.
#3
I have the amp and think it rocks. It's a rebranded jcm 900 dual reverb, and is great for heavy rock. The cleans are pretty good, but I'd still take an 800 with a nice boost over it any day. If you want a modern sound and versatility, it's a great amp, although an 800 will do classic rock much better.
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#4
Seriously lovely!

Vingtagey 80's sort of strong tone, early 800's are better, but hellishly good amp.
#5
A local band has one, he took out the speaker though and uses it as a rack and put a rack tuner in there while only using the chassis and using a marshall 412. It sounds good at shows
#6
Quote by jimbob78
I have the amp and think it rocks. It's a rebranded jcm 900 dual reverb, and is great for heavy rock. .


What do you mean by rebranded? All the other stuff I've been hearing is good, and it seems like it would fit my sound,,, I have just never heard of rebranded. Thanks!
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