Price paid: $ 201.3
Sound — 10
The sound is very good, the clean is actually clean! and if you set the EQ up right, you can make it sound like a Vintage electric (e.g. Telecaster) or acoustic guitar! The overdrive is pretty basic but again it's all with the EQ, I have found, setting the para mid and mid to half, you get a decent grungy sound, perfect for "Wanna-be" rock star!
Overall Impression — 10
Well well, I play more rock and roll on my Stratocaster, and the overdrive is pretty good for peices like ACDC Back In Black and Nirvana Smells Like Teen Spirit. I have been playing for little more than a year and this is my favourate amp out of Roland Cube, Peavy Bandit and Fender Frontman. I also own a Behringer OD100 Stomp Box, which is good and a Stratocaster which is the best! Anyway, back to the amp, I love it, mainly because of the sound quality, Overdrive is just the right amount and clean is actually clean! I Chose thsi amp when I first started playing and the only other amps I would have are Ashdown amps and Marshall amps, ainly because they're distortion is wiked!
Reliability & Durability — 10
I have had thsi Amp for, little more that 3 month and other than dirt getting into the Imput jack, I have never had a problem with this amp, it is so reliable. It has a sturdy metal grin on the front so if your in transport, it wont damage the speaker inside and rubber padded corners so it's nearly impossible to bump and break it!
Features — 9
The features on this amp are pretty simple, it has a basic overdrive function and a clean function, it also has a built in EQ, reverb dial (which I find very useful) because the reverb is quite good, 1 channel and no built in effetcs, this amp is very simple, for beginner guitarist's but it is big enough for a small gig in a pub ect because this 20 Watt beast packs a punch!