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  1. Subscribed. A 330 is at the top of my next guitar list...
  2. Hi i'm Anna.

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  3. CME has some listed here. For those who have an ES Les Paul, I'm curious how the sound differs from an ES 336? I would think they would be very similar, assuming the same pickups and wiring in both. EG
  4. +1 on being called Dot Reissues and 12" radius. No clue on the pickups. I bought an '88 Tobacco burst new and played the snot out of it for about 10 years. For me it was a spectacular playing guitar, and of course I'm still kicking myself for selling it. EG
  5. The JC120 is excellent equipment, it has a GREAT clean sound, and is definitely an amp your son can grow into. It was my first amp back in the mid-80's and it was real and it was spectacular! As other posters have noted, it has a "huge" clean sound and the chorus is to die for. I didn't care much for the distortion or vibrato, but I was new to playing / amps so that may have been me. I have no experience with any other SS amps so there may be other / better / cheaper / lighter options available. But at the right price I'd buy one again. A few months after I bought it the Guitar shop called me - Stanley Jordan was playing the local arena and his contract called for a JC120. I had the only one in town and was treated to backstage passes, the sound check, and front row seats for the Stanley Jordan / Bobby McFerrin show in return for letting him use the amp. Great show, BTW. Epilogue: I sold the JC120 and moved into Fender Tubes amps, from which I've never recovered... EG
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