This is the same amp as the 50 1x12 version but with an extra 1x12 speaker. The size of the cab is a little bigger too. You get the same features and tone but with a little more dispensed wattage going to 2 speakers rather than one.
I have never been a fan of the PRS guitars and so I was a little hesitant to hear one of their amps but to my surprise this amp sounded very good. It has a extremely transparent clean tone that is one of the best cleans I have ever heard. Then you take it up the volume and you get a pretty good moderately distorted tube driven tone. This amp is not high gain and is designed for the clean tones.
Paul Reed Smith Dallas 50W 2x12 Combo Guitar Amplifier Features:
12AX7 preamp tubes, 6L6 power tubes or EL34 Power Tubes
Voiced for clean to moderately overdriven tones
Number of Channels 1
EQ Treble, Middle, Bass
No Amp Modeling
Inputs 1 x Instrument
Outputs 2 x TS
This amp sounds pretty good and will sound best with a single coil guitar in my opinion. It is very chimy and sparkly type clean tone. Not really a Fender tone but a different character all together. It takes pedals real well and provides a nice warm shiny tone.
This amp is nice but extremely overpriced.I cannot understand for one second how PRS can think that this amp has anything more than a Fender amp of the same features. The again you can buy a Two Rock amp with about the same features for even more than this. I have rated the overall opinion a little lower for one reason....PRS jacks their prices up way too far. This amp come in new at around $3200. For a single channel clean amp this is a bit ridiculous. This is basically the reason I have steered very clear of his guitars. They are very overpriced and this amp is the same way.