Great Little Amp
I've been a proponent of Peavey equipment for almost 40 years--going back to the first PA system I ever purchased in 1975. This is the first of their guitar amps I've ever purchased.
I must say I am impressed. While it does not have as much headroom as the Marshall AS50D--which is rated at 50 watts, while this is rated at 30 watts--the Marshall has a street price which is almost double this and with no more features than this offers. [I used to own the aforementioned model by Marshall]. I actually like the tone this offers better than the Marshall also. Even though the Marshall was supposed to be an acoustic amp--where clean tone and a lack of THD is a necessity, I found the Marshall still sounded like a Marshall--overdriven and distorted.
Not so with the Peavey Even with the gain and volume set at the 3 o'clock position, the tone sounded clean.
This amp works well as a small practice amp or for gigging in smaller venues.
If the amp has a weakness, it would be the FX. It only offers chorus [switchable between Channels 1 and 2, but not both simultaneously] and reverb [channel 2 only]. That is the only reason I gave it less than a five. However I run my guitar signal through a Zoom A2 and find it to be a very good combination