Price paid: £ 100
Sound — 3
The sound is ok, but compared to other amp of the same price it is very poor. If you compare the clean channel to that of the Vox AD15VT (also 100 quid) it doesn't even compare. The overdrive as well is found lacking. I used it with a Yamaha pacifica, but using this guitar with other amp it really comes out of it's shell. However when it is played with the Marshall it sounds truly awful and does not Live up to it's potential.
Overall Impression — 2
Overall for a 100 quid amp it is appalling. There is a lot out there that comes out head and shoulders above it. Roland CUbe, Vox AD15VT for example. I would not advice anyone to buy this, not even beginners unless they want a very expensive foot stall as that is all I would use it for.
Reliability & Durability — 2
Mine broke three times within two years with wiring coming loose and fusing. Despite it not leaving my bedroom. Was not impressed, would certainly not touch it for a gig, wouldn't even touch it for bedroom practice. Personally I found it unreliable and not good for anything.
Features — 5
Yes this amp is cheap, yes it has effects built into it, yes is dual channeled. owever it is a solid state poorly sounding amp. It was my first amp when I did not know any better used it for 2 years. I play various styles and although it could handle them it handles them all very poorly.