tube combo amp, variable power between 15 and 85watts. 3 including 2 independent channels. Hp Black Shadow. Reverb, graphic eq and a very damn good effects loop.
There are a lot of possible configurations, input and output, I invite you to look at the user manual.
So no, the configuration is not simple because the buttons and the possibilities are numerous. On the other hand, the amp is remarkably accurate, which can lose when looking for a specific sound.
But it is easy to sound good, if not THE sound.
I did the "use in the studio, on stage because I prefer simple amps. It fully complies with the signal from your instrument, and there are many possibilities, especially in the clear. With distortion, the little graphic eq passing of a sound English "to" American "rather quickly. However, and it is a joy in the studio, the equalization of each channel is highly accurate, and hp enables rendering varied, despite its hollow in the mids.
It is very comprehensive.
I use it for 3 years, I love its precision and diversity, although it may lose the same time. I tried many amps, this one is not cheap, but that's the price of quality.