Schertler JAM

Sometime last year, the folks at Schertler began drinking a lot more coffee. That's the only explanation I have for the parade of amp updates they've rolled out recently. The latest is the JAM you see here. This amp takes all that you've loved about the Jam 150 (our bestselling Schertler model by far), and piles on the improvements:  Expanded frequency response. 50 more watts of headroom. More inputs. More outputs. More compact dimensions. The list goes on.

If you've been looking at a great amp under $1000 with flat, punchy, responsive tone, look no further than this new JAM. And don't forget to grab the JAM Gigbag to go along with it.

  • Weight: 12.2 kg
  • Dimensions: 32.4 x 29.7 x 38cm
  • Frequency Response: 50 Hz to 20 kHz (+/-3dB)
  • Speakers: 1” dome tweeter, 8” woofer
  • Channels: 5 independent channels
  • Impedance-sensing instrument inputs
  • 200W (150+50) bi-amped power

Customer Reviews

Based on 2 reviews
Schertler Jam 200

I was looking for a compact yet powerful acoustic amplifier. The Schertler Jam 200 isn't the lightest option (26 lbs), but it's sound quality coupled with the abundant features makes it the best one I've researched. It's has more than enough power to fill a small worship hall. The multiple channels offer great flexibility; it's basically a top notch acoustic amp with it's own PA system. I use it for classical guitar and also electric. The acoustic amp characteristics make it great for amp modeling (for the electric). If need more power, then you're probably playing somewhere with a house PA; the Jam has a direct out to cover that (then you have your own stage monitor!). Definitely recommend this amp!!!

Perfect Acoustic Transparency

I play mostly Santa Cruz guitars with K&K Pure Mini P/U installed. The Schertler Jam is the best sounding amp I've played. The richness of the lows through the mids (love the parametric mids) into the highs, it achieves what I most wanted, to sound like my guitar, only louder. I tried my Larrivee PV-09 with a Highlander P/U and also my old Taylor 514ce with the old Fishman blender. All sounded perfect with very little EQ adjustment. After acoustic transparency, the ability to adapt automatically to the impedance of the p/u was one of the reasons I liked this amplifier. And, if the great sound wasn't enough, it comes in a very classy looking package. I highly recommend the Schertler Jam amplifier to those who want a pure acoustic amplifier with little hassle. Amazing amp.

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