a transistor is 200 watts. taken active / passive - Phones (!) before, fx-loop and line out behind.
there is a front wheel "sound matrix" which has 4 different sounds.
then the settings are basic: bass, treble, gain, volume. Note that the medium is played on two knobs: frequency and level.
the config is bone-simple, no need for manual.
the sound is "default" rather good, if it means something ... initially I had a jim harley and it sounded "good but not great" to quote another. today with Mexican jazz bass is clear, frankly. the settings are pretty basic.
I played jazz and blues for a while, and he did very well. to rock, no problem either. if not for the rest, I think we should also appropriately low and effects that go with it, but it is broadly-speaking the same story with most amps. I would say to me not too wet that her natural inclination is rock, after all depends on the bass ... and bassist!
the sound is still quality and 200 watts is enough for rehearsals and concerts.
I've had it for years and years (by the way the picture on AudioFanzine is not mine, I guess I have the first version ...), I'll have to part with it because that big baby for me have no group is bulky!
value for money is good, it will sell in the 450 € secondhand, I think it's worth. I will ever be this good choice ... if they have a band!