#1
What's the deal with these amps? Are they good for all types of music or centered on more of a single genre? Reliability, quality? Thanks for any help in advance.
#2
look on harmony-central.com user reviews.

That should tell you everything you need to know.
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#3
they dont work well with high output pickups. so pretty much all humbuckers, but theyre suppsoed to be great with telecasters. My uncles an audio enginner and hes used them with bands before, loves them. This is the little one though, the one with just volume control.
#4
i have the 20 watt version
and i like it
a lot

at its loud as hell - for a 20 wat SS amp

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#6
sweet amps for the money, good cleans, not so good for gain stuff...but really nice cleans;-)
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#7
I've heard good things about them, but never played one :/
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