EQ 2 different one for the clean and one for distortion.
a button on the clean channel is bright
2 buttons to make it sound more modern on each channel saturated.
VTS a button to make the overall result of the amp darker
Finally, adjustment of reverb for clean and one for channels saturated
Added to that an effects loop and can connect it to a 4 * 12.
I take this opportunity to clarify that my version is a 2 * 12 mounted driver65 celestion home.
He just lacks a knob presence
Despite the large numbers of button, we found it easily.
The manual is fine and has some settings (not always the most relevant but this is subjective)
We arrive to find a good sound quite easily because the amp is still fairly traditional. Finally
the heart of the matter:
The clean channel: even if there is any transistor, you'd swear we have a light behind it so the sound is good for this price range. He collects the effects really well and we can have a clean enough law as something more bright slamming through the switch much more effective here than on the TT series of the same manufacturer.
Channel 2: Very versatile, it has access to almost all types of distortion you want, it goes from blues to hard rock
Channel 3: Serves as lead or metal channel with a higher headroom on channel 2.
I was looking for a receiver near the TT series tnat at that level sounds above settings and there I found my happiness.
The amp is very versatile and musical.
For me, it is well above the amp as the Peavey ValveKing and similar randall G3 less aggressive, less metal with less gain even if it's still more than enough for 90% of musical styles.
A very nice amp in short, well designed with a well thought just missing footswitch activate the effects loop on it) and sounds super exploitable. It only lacks lamps preamp better as a gold ground tung in v1 and v2 in electro harmonix. A good hybrid