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Newer page: version 2 Last edited on January 11, 2007 10:05 pm. by JeffDairiki
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-This is very similar to the PR 40 as far as looks and sound goes. It too has the reverb tank which lends itslef well to the non-reverb consoles--B3 's and C3 's. The JR 20, like the PR 40, sounds great in conjunction with a Leslie and gives that extra bass. This is especially useful for left-handed bass playing. 
+This is very similar to the [ PR- 40] as far as looks and sound goes. It too has the reverb tank which lends itself well to the non-reverb consoles --- [B-3] 's and [C-3] 's. The JR- 20, like the PR- 40, sounds great in conjunction with a Leslie and gives that extra bass. This is especially useful for left-handed bass playing. 

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