Price paid: € 325
Purchased from: Second hand
Sound — 9
The guitar I use is a ESP LTD EC-50 with Lh-150 and its amazing with this amp. Great for hardcore and metalcore but I don't really think its like good for a music style like blues or punk. There's a noise gate build in the amp and a chromatic tuner. The clean channel is ok and doesn't get distorted at louder volumes. You can get from a really crunchy distortion to a really clear brutal distortion.
Overall Impression — 9
This amp is definatly good for hardcore and metalcore (it isn't a Peavey but its great for the price). I've been playing guitar for almost 2 years and I own a ESP Ltd Ec-50. I would definatly buy it again if it was stolen or lost because its great for the price. If I could I would buy a Peavey 6505+ head or a Mesa Boogie Tripple Rectifier but those are so expensive and this rig can do the job so I'm happy =).
Reliability & Durability — 10
This amp is loud enough for gigs and rehearsels IF you get a second speaker cable otherwise you will blow up the amp because you only use 75watts on one side and nit the other side. No problems with it yet and I hope I never will.
Features — 10
This amp is made in 2008 I think. It has a Clean, Blues, Crunch, Metal and Insane channel (every channel has a red and green sound). There are 4 custom slots to store your own sound on and 400+ presets. There's a mp3 line in, headphone jack out, pedalboard/podcast jack out and Left and Right (8ohms for your cabinet) jacks. It has a lot of effects like different kins of reverb, delay, phaser, ... Its a 150 watt modeling amp that can be used with a Line 6 412 cabinet or any other one. I play hardcore and metalcore in a band so this amp is perfect for me. Note: standard there is 1 speaker cable (left or right) but you need to buy a second one if you want to use the full power of the amp.