Thanks for the kind words. Of course it's a stunner, but man I bet its sound will blow your mind. Thanks to the buyers... Ive seen them posted for over 3k, and then disappear... so assuming they sold! :cool: Any ideas about what an Epiphone Elitist Byrdland in excellent condition with no issues would go for these days? Honest Question: What's the Gibson Tal Farlow's Magic? Koch is an internationally renowned brand known for incomparably pro sound reproduction. The power amp and pre-amp circuits are hybrid tube / transistor with two 12AX7. Thanks Joe ! The Koch Jupiter series are hybrid amps, with solid-state power sections (modified with Koch "ATR" tech, that uses a 12ax7), to get the power section of the amp to work in a tube-like way), and some tube functionality in their preamp sections (12ax7 preamp tube). Great for practice, great for recording. Driven by two 12AX7 tubes, split between the power amp and pre-amp sections, the Jupiter Junior is a flexible hybrid amplifier. I've used the Jupiter, Studiotone head and combo, Studiotone XL head and combo, Twintone II combo, Twintone III head, SE-6 and SE-12 combos, and 2x12 and 4x12 cabs. Jupiter is an amp that provides power adjustable from 0-45 watts through its Dimmer technology. 12" Tornado Classic 100 | Jensen Loudspeakers, The Trenier “ Georgian “ serial number 150, Christiaan Van Hemert once again championing "No Theory". Great cleans, a very usable gain channel, nice reverb and sounds great at low volumes. They make great amps. Even down to the fade on the headstock. I guess so, but this is the first time i tried that. I can demo the jupiter 45 nearby, which i will do this week. It looks like one of the 4 seasons guitars! Glad you enjoyed the build. Thank you ! The SE-6 toggles between 6 and 2 watts, and the SE-12 toggles between 12 and 4 watts. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk. This was all Bryants design and he went beyond my wildest expectations. Then Koch decided to put the bigger one in a bigger box, even though the amp guts are the same size. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk, Citizen74, The main difference between the 20 and 45 watt version seems to be the contour switch. Originally, they both came in the same teeny box. I too love the finish, it’s organic and a thing of beauty. I always think about collaborating but I’ve only done it maybe once over the internet. There are two channels, "COOL", and "HOT", which has a gain boost. Did it ever bother you that the Classic SE only has the single tone knob, or did the two bass/mid swithces have a large enough effect on the tone? Before i was in need of a good OD, so i wouldn't sacrifice that in order to get a second clean channel. I really like the classic se 6, but i can't really demo one somewhere (except ordering one and sending it back, which i don't like doing). I only sold it because someone really wanted it and showered me with an appropriate pile of money. You need a device to translate that specialized Roland signal into a midi signal. jupiter20/se6" and "bigger jupiter45 & se12", since I would not use either SE model on a gig except a blues gig where distortion would be appropriate, or a very quiet solo/duo jazz gig. There are quite a few Classic SE's available used in Italy, so I might have a look. A nice option in my opinion, but how is the 20 watt version voiced? Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk. It just so happens that they are in relatively small, light, portable boxes. He's playing a late '60s Hofner 4600, neck position (these typically have underwound humbucking pickups): I really dig the sound of that guitar. Everything about it is elegant, understated. What the heck is happening to the guitar cases? The SE-6 can be powered with a 6V6 or an EL84 power tube for different sounds. And how big are the differences between the smaller (jupiter20 & se6) and bigger models (jupiter45 & se12), is it just the power, or also quality of sound? Nothing less than superb! Using Koch's ATR (Authentic Tube Response) technology, the rest of the solid-state circuit simulates the feel of a full-fledged tube amp. The Classic SE-6 and SE-12 are little Class A screamers. This was the last batch of books I will sell until after the holidays (Waiting in line at the post office doesn't sound smart in times of Covid-19!) Theses books are sold. The Koch Jupiter Jr. is a 20 Watt boutique, vintage-style combo guitar amp, that is equally at home in live, recording or rehearsal sessions. This unique tone classic features independent volume and gain controls for both the Clean (Cool) and overdrive (Hot) channels. Bryant and I have become close friends over the years and he really took care of... Oh my God Steve, that’s incredible. Driven by two 12AX7 tubes, split between the power amp and pre-amp sections, the Jupiter Junior is a flexible hybrid amplifier. Haven't played the 20W one, but the Jupiter 45 is an excellent amp that I would happily recommend. They remind me of simpler (and much less expensive) versions of the original Carr Mercury (a Class A amp that toggles between 8, 2, 1/2 and 1/10 watt). Is that a vintage Verythin? I don't like the 20 kg's, but on the other hand: it'll be for home use. Great amps, less-than-great. Totally different amps, different design, different purposes. Congrats! The Koch Jupiter Junior is a 20 Watt boutique, vintage style combo amp based on his bigger brother the "Jupiter 45". Copyright © 2020 - Jazz Guitar Online - All rights reserved - Privacy Policy. What would you say are the main differences between the Jupiters and the Classic SE's? The amp had such a stupid name that it was immediately discontinued. I love the finish - I would call it cafe-au-lait. I specifically got the SE-6 for blues jam sessions because it's so easy to throw in the car. The overdrive (hot) features a Boost which gives the Jupiter Jr. three channels. The idea was to make a simple amp with a fairly direct line between the input jack and the speaker. I recall paying a little under 3k for it a few years ago, but I couldn't really tell what the fair market price was because I couldn't find any others for sale. This one is a nice demo of the clean sound of the Jupiter 45 head/Koch 1x12" cab by Rory Ronde. Could you do a gig with a drummer with the smaller ones? Their new "The Greg" (Greg Koch signature amp) I want very badly; I think it would be the perfect do-all gigging amp (not for jazz, for everything else). Somewhere in between? And I could drink it in all day! 20W Hybrid ATR amplifier (ATR = Authentic Tube Response), Three foot-switchable channels: Cool (clean), Hot (overdrive) and Hot Gain Boost, Volume control for the Cool channel and separate Gain and Volume controls for the Hot channel, Passive Bass-Mid-Treble tone controls for both channels, Spring emulated reverb with Volume control, Dimmer for continuous control of the output power between 0W and 20W, Recording output with passive speaker emulation filter, Speaker on/off switch for silent recording. In the same kind of space as a Fender Champ, but with a 12" speaker, a few neat and useful features (can drive an exterior cab at 4/8/16 ohms; three very useful tone mini-switches, tone control, master volume, recording out). It really came out awesome . The inspiration for the headstock came from some of these pics I sent to Bryant - architectural windows, with black backdrop, and bellflower inlays. The 13-pin jack on the guitar sends audio, via a proprietary Roland cable. Don't know anything about that amp, but Koch amps seem to have a very good reputation in general. the SE-12 can be powered with a 6L6/5881 or an EL34. Ibanez GB100 2 more vids, then I promise I’ll go away.. Japanese 175 type - is there something off.

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