Sound — 8
Well, I play my Squire Jazz through it, as well as anyother basses I get my hands on, they all sound pretty good. I Play mostly classic rock as well as punk and any otehr songs I think sound cool, the only problem is it has a little trouble getting the slap sound I want, but that may be because of the bass. This amp is loud, 200 watts. When I'm practicing I hardly ever turn the volume past 3 and my 2 guitarists use a couple of 100 watt combos, so volume is never a problem.
Overall Impression — 10
It seems to be a good match for anystyle of music I've tried so far. I've been playing a little over 2 years, my first amp was a Peavey Minx110, which I liked alot so I looked into this, it was all the sound I was looking for and better. If it were stolen, I'd buy a new one for sure, I love mine. I wouldn't take an extra amp with me to gigs because it's very reliable and it also has a little light that flashes when your getting a little rough on the speaker, so no worries there. Very good amp.
Features — 10
The Peavey TNT 115 Bass Amp is great for the pro who needs an amp for small clubs or gigging around. It's our most popular bass combo amp. - 200 Watts RMS into 2 Ohms - 150 Watts RMS into 4 Ohms - 1/4 inch input jack - Active/passive input select switch - Pre and post gain controls - Bright boost switch - Contour EQ switch - High and low active tone controls - shelving type - 7-band graphic EQ with in/out switch - Post EQ effects loop - footswitch controlled - DDT speaker protection circuit with defeat switch - Status LED indicates power on (green) and DDT active/clip (red) - Low noise, electronically-balanced XLR output - pre EQ - Ground lift switch for XLR output - Thermal, over-current and DC crowbar protection circuits - 15 inch Blue Marvel speaker - Horn-loaded tweeter - External speaker jack - Headphone jack.