The original Mo-Jo was a single channel, clear, simple hand wired amp that was designed specifically for Joe Perry of Aerosmith. It is loud and was pushing a Marshall(tm) 8×10 cab on its first tour and then 4×12 cabs for the second leg and 3 world tours. So it is at home with 10s or 12s and is specifically geared towards Greenbacks.
Model is true point to point wired.
The MAC (Master Attenuation Circuit) was put in to tame the volume this amp can achieve, allowing you to get the same richness at much more controllable levels. Unlike using an outboard attenuator the MAC does not introduce any grit or un-natural colouration to the original sound. This amp can be a great pedal format, taking overdrives and fuzzes equally well, or can be set up highly overdriven itself and cleaned up exceptionally well with your guitar volume.

SPECS

SINGLE CHANNEL - push-pull Class A - 30 watts
1 x GZ34/5AR4
2 x EL34 cathode biased
3 x 12AX7
Volume, Treble, Bass, Mids, Presence, MAC
2 way Gain switch
3 way Bright switch
2 way Shift switch (for Tone controls)
4/8/16 output impedance, no negative feedback
Dimensions: (H) 10 3/4″ x (W) 29″ x (D) 8-1/2″
Weight approx. 32 lbs.

I bought this amp for $2400. This amp is in great shape. Get this hand- wired amp with no wait! Priced to sell!

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Listed2 months ago
ConditionExcellent (Used)
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Brand
Model
  • Mojo
Finish
  • Black
Categories
Year
  • 2015-2020
Made In
  • Canada

Nic 's Shop

Avondale, AZ, United States
Sales:6
Joined Reverb:2016

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