This amp is just ringing the tone. This amp has a sustain to it that just sounds phenomenal! The tone is a very pop or country type tone. I don't find that PRS guitar are necessarily country guitars and it seems more metal or hard rock guys use the guitars a lot. However, the majority of the amps that PRS makes seems to lend themselves to the country and mild pop type music.
Paul Reed Smith PRS 30 Combo Features:
1 x 12" with WGS ET-65 Speaker
EL84 Power Tubes
Number of Channels 1
Speakers 1 x 12" WG5 ET-65
EQ Treble, Middle, Bass
No Amp Modeling
Preamp Tubes 2 x 12AT7, 2 x 12AX7
Power Tubes 4 x EL84
Inputs 1 x Instrument
Outputs 2 x TS, etc.
NO Footswitch I/O
No Effects Loop
Weight 42 lbs.
I am wondering why the PRS amp have those ugly Budda control knobs on them. I hate the look of those knobs. They just have a look to them that is very unappealing. But back to the sound of this amp.
The tone of this amp is extremely warm and rich. It sounds amazing with a PRS guitar. I am not really a fan of those guitars and I have played probably about 20+ and never found one that fit my hand just right. The tone has a full bodied tone that sustain very easily. Not to mention that the amp takes pedals such as overdrives or boost pedals extremely well.
At new these amps come in at around $2000, which is a lot of money for an amp with this little of features. YOu have one boost switch and one channel and that is about it. You don't even have a presence control knob. SO this amp is a bit too high for what you get. If you need a great sounding single channel amp that will do about the same as far as tone then I would look into the Blackstar stuff or even a classic old Fender Deluxe amp.