#2
Those look pretty slick, I've tried an older one, it may not have been the same model, but I wasn't too impressed. At the time, I bought an Epi Electar instead. Which is kinda the same gimmick with a built-in overdrive switch. So I'm not sure about that model specifically but 15w isn't gonna be pristine clean with a drummer involved. It may give you some killer dirty cleans with the right speaker/s but it depends on your idea of "clean".

Too bad Egnater isn't widely available in Europe, imo they make the best value lunchbox heads.
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Last edited by lucky1978 at Jun 10, 2014,
#3
It's okay. Sounded like an Epi Valve Jr with a Tubescreamer out front to me. Just okay. Definitely not something I'd buy unless it was on the super cheap
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#5
Those new vk lunchbox heads are pretty good. I thought they sound really good, much improved over the older vk's, which I thought were meh. But if you want clean cleans at drummer volumes you'll need a few more watts.
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#7
The VK sounds like it could be good for you if you like darker cleans
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