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Sound Quality

i use a guild s-100 with a seymour duncan jb in the bridge and a 59 in the neck. the clean channel is impressively warm for solid state and pretty clean and full up until mid to high volumes...and the low end isn't much to brag about. this is probably the only amp i have that farts when i palm mute. i wish it had a prescence control and a better reverb. the reverb on this thing is pretty crappy sounding. the chorus is ok, nothing special. it get's pretty loud for a 30 watt, and it's got good amount of punch. the distortion channel has much to be desired though. but for a cheap practice amp it's ok, it's not a fucking mesa or deizel i suppose... when i turn it up to play with the band, sometimes it's hard to tell the difference between the clean and the overdrive channel unless you have the led equipped footswitch because there are no indicators on the front panel and it sounds pretty crappy at high volumes. not the best choice for metal or hard rock... it's pretty good for blues though

Reliability/Durability

solid as a rock.

General Comments

i've been playing for 15 years, and i have an assortment of guitars, a kustom quad 100, a marshall vs30r, a marshall jcm900, mesa dual recto, and my beloved diezel vh4...

i hate this amp compared to my deizel, but the diezel is also a 5000 dollar hand built german tube amp...

if it was stolen i'd find the dude and make him give me 50 bucks for it. don't get me wrong, it's a pretty good amp, great for intermediate or beginners looking for a good rehearsal amp, but it can't compare to a marshall or something




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