I bought this amp from Music Ground in Manchester. It's my first gigging amp, and it's sound! I paid £400. big money for a 17 year old!!!
All of it. The clean channel is great with a telecaster, jangly trebles, the mid and treble buttons are a nice touch. The OD1 channel is great for chordal riffs. The OD2 channel is the best. Thick, creamery distortion that has a great tone. There are lots of controls so you can get a sound that you really like, whether you play blues, nu-metal or good ol' rock.
Nothing. The whole amp is great.
The construction is not the most solid, it creaks a bit, but the speaker cones do'nt rattle at loud volumes. Nothing much really.
IT IS SOUND!!! Buy one because they are one of the best amps for gigging in pubs and stuff.
I bought this amp from Bruce millers in aberdeen for £400 after my old sessionette was stolen
The clean channel sounds great and the mid and bright switches are very handy (especially the bright for playing more jangly funky tunes) . OD1 is also great, It's a fairly basic rhyhtm type drive which is extremely flexible for all types of playing, the enhance knob allows you to change the tone from a sharp cutting tone all the way through to a big and beefy tone.
OD2 is my favourite channel of all though. With the bass up to about 6 and mid at around 4 and treble all the way up to 10 it has the perfect tone for those crazy metal solos that I like so much. OD2 is not only good for solos but also for low down on the fret board riffs .
nothing really only that I want an extra 2x12" speaker cab for better tonal projection at high volumes.
the construction is fairly indestructable I'd say (although the corner protecting things are plastic which makes it look a bit cheap).
If you're on a budget and you want a amp that does nearly everything (especially Black Sabbath, This amps does a great Sabbath tone) you could want then this is well worth a second thought