RMS Wattage: 30 Watts
Speaker: 10 "Celestion ™
Channels: Lead & Rhythm
Lead Preamp Modes: 2 High Gain
Rhythm Preamp Modes: Clean 1
Tone Controls: Bass, Middle and Treble
Effects: 8 24-bit Digital
External Speaker Jack: Yes, 1 / 4 "
Headphone Jack: Yes, 1 / 4 "
CD / Tape / iPod Input: Yes, 1 / 4 "
Footswitch: Channels & Effects (optional)
Dimensions: 18.125W x 9.75D x 15.125H
Dimensions (mm): 385H x 460W x 245D
Weight: 27 lbs / 12.3 kg
Configuration is very simple and the sound is excellent. It is extremely easy to get good sound and if it takes a little time we get an excellent sound.
I needed a small amp to rehearse with a group of Funk. I had a little power because there is still a drummer who hits a lot and a big horn section. The Kustom does so without problem it really is very powerful Deplus with a choice of type of Eq (UK and USA) are obtained as well its a cold and precise for Funk a warm, round and for the Blues Rock. Add to that a bit of the chorus is the integrate and class. I play mostly with a Godin Montreal and just signed a Vox Wha-wha. I do whatever I want with.
I use it for 4 months now. What is its very significant weight / power ratio and price / quality; little less: no effects loop.
I try a lot of models before and I admit that it blew me away. Indeed at first I thought that repetition does not use it and buy a Mesa or a Twin for concerts and finally now I use it in concert and the fact that serious. I do not need to dub the sound for small venues (bars) and for large scenes I restarted with a Beta 58.
I would do this choice without any hesitation.