#1
With an overdrive pedal could I get a nice blues-classic rock tone out of this? I don't play metal so that isn't a problem.
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#2
The jazz chorus works GREAT with pedals.
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#3
Jazz chorus=/=blues rock.


Not good for that saggy, power tube overdrive that's characteristic of that style.
#4
i know it can't do that by itself I'm asking if it can with say a ts9
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#5
No, I don't think it will sound good with an OD. What's your budget, you could probably get a better blues amp for around the same price as the JC.
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#6
Maybe a fender would be better for blues
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#7
i was hoping to trade for it, any recomendations for good blues amps under 300
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#8
Is it for gigs? Can you go used? If you are gigging would you need crystal clear cleans at gig volumes?
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#9
Trade what?
#10
Is there any possibility that you could try the amp with a few pedals.
#11
very slim chance I could try it first, I do need some clean at gig volumes, I was hoping that with the right pedal I could get a nice bluesy crunch.
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#12
OD pedals don't work well with the Jazz Chorus, IMHO. I think you'd be better off trying to get metal out of it than blues.
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#13
how so?
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#14
With distortion pedals. I think slats is more saying that neither genre would really be prime to use the JC for.
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#15
what about a fender princeton chorus?
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#16
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I hate to be a broken record, but you really need to take a look at some tube amps if you want a good bluesy sound. The good news is that something as small as 15W will sound nearly as loud as a 50W solid state amp. If you can find a Fender Blues Jr or a Peavey Classic 30 around your budget (figure in the $300 range), you'd be in pretty good shape.
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#17
The Jazz Chorus is a tube amp, how would a Laney LC15 work for my needs?
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#18
Since it's solid state, you probbly want a distortion. But the Jazz Chorus probably isn't what you really want for blues
#19
umm the LC15 is tube, 3 ECC83 preamp tubes and 2 EL84 power tubes
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