Most: the 4 fully independent channels
Minimum: the lack of midday and can involve the playing of tap
Mounted on casters (removable), fortunately given the weight of the beast
Do you get a good sound easy? As often, it depends on his ears than the stuff.
The manual will still give some tips for settings
But it seemed pretty simple personal.
Fans can find heavy and channels 3 and 4 lack of gain.
But for me it's the top (I play rock in a broad sense)
I play on paul standard and a strat John Suhr
The cleans are not bad, the huge distos
Only drawback, the crunch that I find it versatile enough for my taste
I use the clean channel 2 and channel 1 crunch, it seems better
I've had six months and I'm really happy.
I was thinking of buying the 2x12 but I tried the 1x12 in the store which was amply sufficient for my use and as it gave me a fair price, I opted for this model
Cons: weight and crunch (humble personal opinion)
I chose this amp first for 4 channels (the marshall JVM410 can get dressed nicely alongside)
Value for money: good one is bein in Mesa so it's always expensive (but also necessarily good).
We will say that I preferred the quality vs. price, but I have no regrets.