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Jet City Amplification JCA100HDM Tube Guitar Amp Head

Jet City Amplification is proud to introduce its new JCA100HDM 100w tube guitar amplifier. The JCA100HDM flagship is based on the popular JCA100H – two channels of Soldano tone and 100 watts of pure tube power. The Crunch channel has plenty of headroom to deliver clear, bright clean tones and can be driven hard enough to get downright raunchy. The Overdrive channel is the circuit that made Soldano famous. […]

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Jet City PicoValve Tube Guitar Amp Review

Jet City Amplification is a new company, but the people behind it are no rookies. Their amps are designed by long-time friends Michael Soldano and Andy Marshall. Soldano is a co-founder of JCA and was one of the pioneers of the boutique amp movement who went from modding stars’ hardware to having his own line of high-end amplifiers […]

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Amplifiers

Jet City PicoValve & JCA20H Amplifier Review

Mike Soldano and Andy Marshall founded their two companies on the same day–April 1, 1987–and set up shop within a mile of each other. Over the ensuing 20 years, these two pioneers of the boutique amp revolution have built products for professionals at the highest levels the world over. And as different as their paths have at times been, they have always agreed on a few important tenets of construction: heavy-gauge steel, welded for strength; rigid PCBs with thick and wide copper traces; and multi-ply hardwood cabinetry. So when Jet City started building amps at the end of 2009, they did so with decades of heritage and called upon those standards and experience to create some products for 2010. […]

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Jet City Guitar Amplification

Jet City makes a full line of amps in varying configurations, including heads, combos, and speaker cabinets. Heads include the JCA100H, which features 100 watts of 6L6 tube power and two channels of prime Soldano tone, especially the Overdrive side, which is the same circuit that put Mike Soldano on the map all those years ago. The Normal channel has plenty of headroom to generate pristine clean sounds at any volume. Both channels share an EQ sections and an effects loop and a footswitch to control everything is included. […]