Price paid: $ 180
Purchased from: Local store
Sound — 9
I'm using a Epiphone Les Paul with a P-90 humbucker. As I already said it fits well with all styles of music. It never makes much fuzz, unless you have alot of distortion/bass. It has 9 effects. They are flanger, delay, octaver, touch wah, reverb, rotating speaker, chorus, phaser, and tremolo. The Clean channel is never fuzzy, and the distortion isn't to bad.
Overall Impression — 10
I play all styles of music, and as I've said, it fits every one. I've been playing for about a year and 1/4. I only own an Epiphone Les Paul and another starter 15 watt amp (which sucks compared to this). I don't really wish I had asked anything before I bought it. If somebody stole it, they would have a quality amp for about a day, and then I would hunt them down, hurt them severely, and get my amp back. But if that didn't happen, I would buy another one. I did compare it to a Vox 25 watt, and a Crate 65 watt, but I chose this one for the price and clear tones. My favorite feature on it is the Wah. I don't really hate anything abut it. My favorite feature is obviously the Wah, using reverb and echo. I wish it had a bigger speaker, but thats just because I think it would look better.
Reliability & Durability — 10
I can definetly depend on this amp, but only for bedroom or practice, it's not loud enough fo gigs. It packs alot of power though, for only 25 watts. It's never broken down, but I've only had it for 2 months. I've pulled a couple of Pete Townshend's on it, and it's never had any problems.
Features — 10
My amp was made in 2004. I play anything from classic rock to pop-punk, and it fits well in all styles. It has 2 channels, chorus and lead. I don't really wish it had anything else. I only use this amp for practice, or when I'm playing in my room. It's got TransTube technology.