120 w amp transistor
HIH 2 diffusers 12 '
an effects loop
2 inputs (high / low) but they do not work together (you can plug 2 guitars)
Clean EQ: low, medium, treble, reverb
Overdrive EQ: drive, volume, bass, mid, treble, reverb
Setup is simple, you plug it sounds
EQs are not exceptional, they do not act on his lot
in general, it sounds good for an amp in this range. The distortion sound better if they are plugged into the loop (?!?)
The overdrive is very runny. I never use it
It is not as dynamic a Valvestate Marchall (equivalent price / epoch), but it supports additional distos better.
But we can make a good amp if you understand this:
Like any amp, there are three stages:
The preamp: laney typical top 90's not
Amplification: not bad at all (see below)
How to have a good sound with this amp:
USE THE LOOP! I plug my boss gt3 (and I use the simulators as a preamp which however are not considered as good simulators) and frankly the sound is good. To say, when playing in a band in the presence of a tube amp, the amp transistors become "invisible" and well connected with this, I get a momentum equivalent to blackstar.
So in "alone" 6 / 10 in "simulation + amplification" 8 / 10
My first amp
He has 17 years, with the exception of Led clean / overdrive flashing all the time (but does not change the sound), nothing to say, this amp is aging well, it is indestructible.