Transistor amplifier, with a power of 15 watts. Suited to play at home at low volume.
The connection is basic: a guitar input, and some additional input / output (headphones, speaker etc).
This amp has two traditional channels: Clean and Lead (saturated)
An equalizer, and a knob Reverb / Delay
The set is simple and basic, no "presence" or "boost" or other effects.
The configuration is of course very fast. One branch, it turns a few knobs, and voila!
The manual provides some details on how to use the amp for beginners (it is in English).
The two channels of this amp are tried separately, as they are unequal.
The Clean is very decent for a transistor in my opinion, it has a volume knob (no gain).
Lead is against bad enough, very cold. You must use extreme EQ (as low thoroughly) to get her a little better. But this channel remains in my mind.
This amp was my first, and I quickly bought a multi-purpose to extend me to new sounds. This amp does me since amplifier itself, I only use the Clean with a flat EQ and no reverb, it fills this role very well.
Moreover, the reverb and delay are frankly mediocre, do not count on it either.
A notice a slight background noise.
I used this amp for about 6 years now (bought new in December 2007), I was able to acquire and use many other amps since.
I've never had a serious problem, just the volume knob of the clean channel that crackles when you turn it.
It is okay to start, but I doubt it is the best, indeed the small palette noise limit very quickly the possibilities of guitar. It is not too expensive, but the price / quality ratio is average in my opinion.
A beginner guitarist seeking motivated and rich sound should rather move to the amp emulation offers more effects, even invest a little more money.
I do not have that choice because with the experience I could play small amps much better for not much more expensive.
What is the power delivered?
The power of this amp is 15watts, which is enough to play in a room
What are the settings, effects?
The amp can make some changes to its attention but when you start to run too much buttons to put a sound such as rock or metal is static, except when you put a pedal effect and that as it leaves the amp
The setup is simple?
Do you get a good sound easy?
The manual is clear and sufficient?
Will it fit your style of music?
yes but I think this is not enough to play in front of people, even if you have a great guitar like a fender
What kind of sound you get and with what settings ("crystalline", "fat ",....)?
With what (s) guitar (s) / low (s) or effect (s) do you play?
I played with a Cort, but I tried a Fender but the sound is just as "bad"
For how long have you been using it?
What thing do you like most/least about it?
the crackling of the device when you plug a guitar and that it is allowed to play without
Did you try many other models before getting this one?
yes but more filled as 100W
What is your opinion about the value for the price?
it sure is not a great amp but I think for the price you can find better
Knowing what you know now, would you make the same choice?