The amp is a 12W lamp. It is a copy of the Fender Princeton Reverb. That one in reverb and tremolo. The HP is a Jensen. The whole is mounted with high-end components ensures optimum sound quality
The configuration could not be simpler. The manual is ...? You said: manual. Not at all in the spirit of the beast. The manual is in your ears. Branch and we were sound.
Even if I chose to make country music (it's perfect!), The Princeton is versatile. I also play in a rock band and this amp 12W despite those created as a few surprises in terms of tone than power. The clean sound is very nice but it is not clear from his deluxe (plus lens), it is more matte and colored (after attack) of a small grain that gives it a nice personality. One has the impression that there is a compressor, this is probably due to 10 inches, which gives you an immediate presence. If you push him in the trenches gives the drive very rock'n'roll. All this is tried with my Tele 52'reissue. I have not refined the settings but I am already captivated by the sound that plays in many styles (with added effects for certain styles. The power is bluffing and largely sufficient for group play on stage.
I still need to experiment and especially to age a bit but again (I am also the proud owner of a Deluxe Reverb JMH "a killer") I have the amp that I dreamed of having. Not to mention finishing my chosen, I have a vintage amp for the price of nine. I also have the satisfaction of seeing this amp is built, he could discuss with JMH has always shown as competent, available and patient. This is not the amp which is spoken more
Fender Princeton but is probably one of their best product and when you have the chance to get one quality that makes custom JMH, do not hesitate!