Price paid: $ 40
Purchased from: Hermes Music, Mcallen, TX
Sound — 9
My setup is a Ibanez GIO b/w with a DigiTech Death Metal distortion pedal, the sound pretty good cause you can get a lot of different sounds from it(not that is the Line 6 POD but anyway), the only bad thing I have found from this amp is that if you turn the treble, gain and volume knob to 10 you can get some serious feedback, but for me that's ok cause I mostly play metal and heavy rock so it's good for me but maybe bad for you.
Overall Impression — 9
When I saw this amp I thought that it would be a great begginers amp so I decided buying it and I haven't regret it so far, and it has really helped me a lot since I started. And sorry for putting this on the wrong place.
Reliability & Durability — 10
I buyed this amp from a cousin for 40 bucks and he had it for almost 4 years then I have had it for 1 and 6 months maybe so it has lasted a lot so I think this is very durable amp.
Features — 10
This amp is perfect for practicing it has the basic things and it's not that heavy. This amp has only 2 channels Overdrive and Clean, the overdrive channel has a volume knob and a gain knob, the clean channel has only a volume, plus a middle, treble, bass, and reverb knobs. It also has 3 1/4" jacks on it, one for your guitar, one for jamming along with music, and other one for playing silently with headphones so neighbours don't go nuts and go to your house asking you to turn your amop off (thing that has happened to me various times). This amp also has this 8" jam speaker instead of normal 7" or 6" speaker, and the design is a closed back cabinet.