Mail order from Musician's Friend. Paid $88 and some change.
Nice little amp. You can turn it down for playing quitely and yet it is powerful enough to crank and play at a decent level with a band in an enclosed area, ie basement or garage or may be a small theater. Seperate volume controls for clean and drive.
Foot switch is extra. Did realize that at first because my old Peavy came with one. The gain was a little hard to adjust at first. But once the equilize is adjusted right, then gain is easier to adjust.
Solid construction. 8" speaker. Knobs secure.
Nice little amp if your looking for a house hold practice amp or an amp for practicing in a smaller area.
Transistor, 30 W
EQ: trebble, middle, bass, reverb.
Volume, input, gain: that you ask for?
Amp "transition" to me.
I use a les paul standard amp as "transitional" (I just sold one of vox ad60 vt, and I expect to buy another amp, so I have this drive that I use between CD300R- time).
Well that's clear is not a good vox or marshall, but it dfend well, the guy.
The clean is correct, the distortion, too.
by not too many cons in trebble rglages, put stewed ears!
After all, I like it.
Destiny amp for beginners, although it has to convert back to amp "transition" and therefore dpanne.
Although sr, I would change the amp later.
EDIT 03/06/07: I finally DEFINITIONS my amp, Flextone III Plus one is something else! But my drive made me good service.