Price paid: £ 120
Purchased from: Eddie Moore's Music Shop
Sound — 8
I am currently using my Fender standard strat on it wich sounds brilliant, but I just orderd a Epi LP Custom, which will (I'm sure) sound great on it, as I said it suits my styles perfect, but If I was able to take away one effect it would have to be the Metal it sounds terrible. At times the feedback can be quite bad but if you have good enough cables and cable jacks there wouldn't be a problim. The distortion can be loud, but I don't use it that much only a little.
Overall Impression — 9
This is a great match for the type of music I play as it sounds perfect for Mod revival music with it's Brit Combo effect wich I always use. If it were stolen I would have to be in two minds about replacing it purely becuase of it's Metal and other distortion effects which are just a waste of money, But I proably would because it is a great Amp and would sound good with any guitar. I think it's clear what I love and hate about this amp, love - Brit combo effect.
Reliability & Durability — 10
If I were to do a Gig I wouldn't take back up, I can't remember it ever breaking down on me. I can defiantly depend on it, afte a week away without no use it didn't make no difference after a year away it wouldn't make no difference, I had a breif period whee I completely went off guitar and when I started playing again it was exactly the same.
Features — 10
I don't have a clue when the Amp was made, The Amp is more than capable of The Music I Play, I listen and play along to The Jam, Early Who, Oasis, stuff like that, you know good music, So it is quite handy it has a setting called Brit Combo wich sounds just like paul wellers settings from the jam. There are a few features I never (and would never) use, which are Metal, and R-fier, something like that wich just sound terrible.