2 channels (light / rhythm and gain / lead) with each volume, plus a gain on the lead channel (no master volume).
3-band Equalizers, reverb and delay (alternately) common to all channels 2.
And grafted to a headphone output.
It lacks an effects loop, but also a jack for footswitch (channel and effect on / off).
Config super simple: you choose a channel, eq's his rule, the choice of reverb or delay and we were off.
Small flat, the volume buttons and gain are not progressive.
Between 1 and 2, it's like between 1 and 8 (the gain is somewhat more progressive at that level).
Against him by the equalizer works very well.
The headphone is also very useful to not disturb.
I think this amp can suit all kinds of music.
Of "Sultans of Swing" to "enter sandman", everything goes.
The equalizers brand unlike many settings.
I play with a Fender Mex Strat and a Godin Radiator standard; amp respects the tone of your guitar perfectly.
Same with my Digitech CF7 Chorus Factory, the different models of pedals are well defined.
The reverb is nice (for an original reverb on an amp), but they could push it a little more "away".
on the other hand, the delay is too unobtrusive and not adjustable on the duration and number of repetitions. Think of it as fictitious.
I've had two weeks, I was looking for a second amp to practice my quiet.
I like his versatility and his power to 20 W you can annoy your neighbors if you feel like it.
The equalizer allows a broad range of sounds.
Excellent quality / price ratio.
Initially I thought the Hughes & Kettner Blue 15R (I favored the clean sound), but the HP 12 ", the lower quality of the lead channel on the H & K and € 50 less, it tipped the scales for the Kustom that I do not regret.