Fix This Stringed Instrument Repair Always liked the sound of my 90's-era Pro Jr., but the size and speaker configuration made it a much better recording amp than a gigging amp. Then I found the Mojotone conversion cab. The chassis bolted right into place easily...real wood instead of whatever pressed-and-formed material Fender used...12" speaker instead of a 10....Holy Snikes!!...mucho improvement! This has become one of my most-used gig amps. I'll deduct 1 star because the handle's cheap and started tearing up fairly quickly, but everything else is great and a BIG tone boost.
Name: Nick Rating: 5
Quality This cabinet is perfect for the Pro Jr.! Build quality is great and mine didn’t have any problems with mounting holes. It really opens up the sound having a quality pine cab and 12” speaker. I wish I hadn’t waited so long to get it. Thanks for the great cab.
Name: Dan Powers Rating: 4
Professor I snagged a 93 pro-jr back in the day at a pawn shop for $100, a good amp for what it is/was. After years of deliberation, I finally upgraded my pro jr cab this week. Overall this Mojotone is a solid cab. My only quibble is that the top 3 chassis holes were not drilled and required that I use my old back panel as a template and drill some new holes (I stripped a chassis screw when horsing the new holes @#&$, but otherwise ok). Tip: I also added some aluminum tape to complete the Faraday cage around the chassis mounting points on the back panel.
I tried it in jazz band rehearsal this PM. This cab, coupled with a Jensen C12Q makes the pro-jr a more "mature", wide open amp, and very different from the stock amp. It fits well with the big band I am it, which is populated by a large number of 60+ folks like me.