Johnson Millenium 150

150W Combo (2 x 2")

Made by Johnson

Description Possibly the most versatile amp ever. Digital amp modelling w/digital effects in a LOUD 2x12 box. Squeaky clean to mega-gain, every sound you'll ever want is in that box.
Posted By Eric Weston (161)
Directory Equipment: Amplifiers
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Overall Rating: 4.7 (of 5)
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On 4/26/2001, Greg Redman (30) posted:
Overall Rating:
Need I say more, this amp is great for those who have the money and want the best sound they can get. I would definitely recommend this combo to anyone.
Model Year: 2000
Price: $1350.00 (new)
Where Obtained: Hot Licks Guitar Shop
Features:
This amp has everything. Input clipping, meticulous control over your treble-mids-and lows, amp modeling control,etc. This amp can do it all. It also contains factory presets that alone sound out of this world. Not stopping there it has midi in/out, FX loop(although I don't know why!), extension cab outputs to run 2-2x12 cabinets. For those of us that want to hone thier own sound as well as duplicate those on the radio this amp is KING!!!
Sound Quality:
I run an Ibanez s470 (lefty) thru it to play mostly metal/hard rock, and occasionally some more bluesy/funk. I used to run a little Laney 50 watter and this amp blows that away. No matter what you play or what volume you plat it at, this amp ROCKS!!!
Ease of Use:
I've had this amp for 3 months and I am still finding new stuff to do with it. Granted, user/item interface can become tedious, but this is what I personally like about this amp. I want to have total control and not be a victim of the crappy tone syndrome. It is more difficult to operate than say your standard combo, but the total control pays off in the long run.
Durability:
Only had the amp for 3 months, but it has been thru some rough times in this span and has held up exceptionally.
On 5/17/2000, Vince Lau (422) posted:
Overall Rating:
While I didn't buy one, I was very pleased with it after the three hour period I played with it. It sounded alot better then the similar Line 6 amp (which I found revolting.) This amp, surprisingly, had a huge array of different sounds and they sounded very good. The tub esimulation was very convincing. I would consider buying one if I had the money
Model Year: 1999
Where Obtained: Didn't buy
Features:
Sound Quality:
Ease of Use:
Very intuitive interface.
On 5/17/2000, Eric Weston (161) posted:
Overall Rating:
Get the J12 foot conroller and feel the power
Model Year: 1998
Price: $1399.00 (new)
Where Obtained: Guitar Center
Features:
Too many to list-and I'm still finding more after over a year of ownership
Sound Quality:
Must be heard to be believed
Ease of Use:
Straightforward set-up,but takes a lot of tweaking and there is SO much to know in order to use this amp to its full potential.
Durability:
Only had it 15 monthes or so,It still works perfectly