i bought this amp in a local guitar shop here in Harrogate. i bought it as i needed a step up from the tiny practice amp i had before on the advice of a freind who has a similar higher wattage amp. i paid only £150 for it which i thought was great at the time.
For its size it is very loud without impeding the quality of the sound too much. Also for a small amp the number of features on it are increadble allowing a vast range and stlye of sound from any guitar.
The amp itself is very small and not the 'beefiest' of equipment and not very good to show off with, but then again it is a small amp and not really for that purpose.
It is extreemly well built and very durable, can withstand a good kicking. Its also of reasonable quality for its price but sufferes from a week handle which broke after a few months.
This amp is a very good quality little amp and is well worth the £150 i shelled out for it. is only draw back is its not big and 'beefy'
config more than simple
get a good sound ..... neither good nor bad.
missing manual ...
I played with my pedalboard in line in
- How long do you use the equipment / instrument?
2 years used as a booster amplifier for my pedals
I always possesses this material even if I did using more fouls up.
- Did you tried many other models before buying it? If so, which?
No, it's a Recycling a friend who wanted to part with them because he used it more, he had more time.
- What is the feature that you like most and least?
What I like most is its simplicity, and in line. it sends very well to play alone at home
what I like least, not while two footswitchable channels
- How would you rate the quality / price?
You're young and / or your no money, you're not picky you want to make Barouf, have fun. This amp and perfect.
When I've seen guys buy the 75 and 100 watts so that even they said they did not know how to play. PFFF
- With experience, you do again this choice? ...
Never a problem for the budget that's fine. While a lamp will cause many headaches.