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Absolutely awesome 2 channel 20 watt head.

Dave Friedman teamed up with Jerry Cantrell and captured the Alice In Chains guitarist’s iconic tone and ferocity in the Friedman JJ-100 - Cantrell's first ever signature amp. The JJ-100 was an instant success.  Not being the types to leave a great thing alone, they decided to cram all that punishing tone and grind into a stage-friendly 20-watt monster. Introducing, the Friedman JJ-Junior.

The JJ-Junior still gives you the same 2-channel, EL-powered tone that has carved out a legendary place in rock. All of the saturated, complex harmonic overtones are still lurking inside, as well as the AC30-like cleans.  At 20 watts, the JJ-Junior lets you take the stage, studio, or jam session with total confidence.

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Listed2 months ago
ConditionExcellent (Used)
Excellent items are almost entirely free from blemishes and other visual defects and have been played or used with the utmost care.Learn more
  • JJ-Junior Jerry Cantrell Signature 2-Channel 20-Watt Guitar Amp Head
  • Black
  • 2019 - Present
Made In
  • United States
  • Tube
  • None
Color Family
  • Black

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