Same amp as the combo version but just in a head version. You get the same great features as the combo but you'll have to get a cab to go along with it. And at PRS prices I would pass with flying colors.
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 Original Sewell 100W Amp Head Tube Guitar Amplifier Features:
All-tube amp head
12AX7 preamp tubes, 6L6 power tubes
Sweet high end, warm midrange, and tight low-end
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. 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 $3100. 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.