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I have always loved the shimmery stereo sound - and they are really loud but clean!
I just need a roady to carry it around for me. Or put a hydraulic lift in my truck- the kind people put those little scooters on. And a motorized cart for it.
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IIRC, those beasts are about 60-65#, about the same as a Twin Reverb.
My Vibrolux Reverb is ~40#, and I rarely take that out anymore unless we are on a big festival stage...the BJs are ~30#, and the Super Champ XD is ~25#...guess which one is going to the gigs lately?
If you really like the Roland JC120, put casters on it....and get one of those aluminum motorcycle ramps
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For what it's worth.. I owned one for years. I paired it with my American Strat and the clean tones along with the reverb and chorus sounded so amazing. Roland has it's sound down! And yes, mine had casters on it. It was a heavy beast.