Price paid: $ 300
Purchased from: Local Guitar Shop
Sound — 7
I was using Dimebuckers. It suited my music pretty well until it began to become really unreliable. It starts to get noisy if it is turned up to loud. (when touching high with palm it gives of almost chipmunk sounding squeel)The amp has tons of variety and can be used for almost anything. The clean is beautiful almost like it is an actual acoustic guitar. The distorion will pretty much rape your ears. if you want it that way.
Overall Impression — 4
I Play metal and I though this was the perfect amp for a long time. I'v been playing since I was 8 and I'm now 16 so 8 years. I wish I would have saved and just bought a Line 6. because this amp really is not that reliable. If it was stolen I would not buy it again I would buy a new amp for sure. I loved the dist. and clean. but it's the worst Live amp ever. I didn't compare just bought because I needed a new amp.
Reliability & Durability — 2
This is THE MOST unreliable amp I'v ever owned. it was dependable until the cpu began to twack out after about 2 months of use. The amp is unusable, because it is constantly swithing through all of the channels and subchannels. It was reliable at first but not anymore. it's like it almost needs a case just so nothing bad will happen. It's really not that bad sounding but I definitely can't trust it Live or even practing anymore.
Features — 8
My Amp was made in 2003. And it was a great amp which was very very versatile. it had 25 channels with 5 subchannels on each channel. it had about 15 effects and a headphone, aux input+volume, sound output, 4 midi outputs and 2 extra speaker outputs. I wish it would of had a little more power I tried using it Live but it just could not get loud enough.