Scholz Research & Development Rockman A12-50 Combo
Pre-Owned 1993 - Very Good
Own a piece of history with one of the last Rockman Products that rolled off the line before Tom sold out to Dunlop. The amp has ultimatum distortion built in.
The A12-50 combo was released in 1993. It is a two-channel (distortion and clean) 1x12 50-Watt mono combo. It lacks the chorus and reverb of the other Rockman products, but provides an effects loop for using external effects. It is probably the most conventional of the Rockman guitar amplifiers made in the company's run.
- Inputs: 1/4" Guitar Input & 1/4" Stereo Aux Input
- Pre-EQ: Bass, Middle, Treble knobs for controlling clean channel and distortion channel harmonics
- Clean Channel: Optimized for clear, Undistorted Tones
- Semi-Clean Switch: Adds slight distortion like a "good blues amp"
- Distortion Channel: Optimized for fully distorted smooth sustain and crunchy rhythm tones.
- Channel Selector Button: Routes guitar signal through either channel
- Headphone Jack: 1/8" Stereo or Mono Headphone Plug
- Fuse: 2 amp fuse
- Effects Loop
- Direct Out: Line Level Direct Out for plugging straight into PA or recording gear
- Channel Footswitch Jack: Used with Optional Footswitch
- External Speaker Jack: Allows you to use any speaker cabinet as long as total impedance isn't lower than 8 ohms. Internal Speaker is automatically disconnected when jack is used.