Most fun I've had in years
I've had this amp for about three months now, and have experimented with it a ton. Here are some observations:
+ Gets a great range of high gain hard rock and metal tones, but it also does the in-between semi-distorted classic rock type of tones real well.
+ I wouldn't buy this for clean. The clean is nice, but not very loud.
+ It's surprisingly loud. Loud enough to get sweet singing feedback. Loud enough to feel it and get into it. Certainly loud enough to mic up and get a killer tone. But not loud enough to jam with a drummer.
+ The digital reverb sounds nice. Just one sound, designed to emulate tank verb, but it's musical, clean and pretty wet if you want it to be.
+ Pretty quiet. I mean, when you have it flat out maxed, there's some hiss, but nothing out of the ordinary for tube amps.
+ Sounds great recorded. That's where I am enjoying the heck out of this. I like to record and experiment with placement. So the fact that this little guy is so small and light, you can stick it in a weird spot in your house, or in a stairwell, and experiment with acoustic reactions.
+ The emulated headphone/line sounds really legit. Very usable.
+ The one-knob EQ control (or infinite shape thingee) works well. There are a ton of tones you can get, just by spinning that knob around. It feels basically like a mid shape control.
+ One channel, not footswitchable
+ Has worked flawlessly for me with no issues. Seems sturdy enough and well built. Looks like quality.
+ It's small and light. Like a lunchbox.
Overall, I love this little amp and have been having a ton of fun with it, just messing around and recording at home. Really happy with the tones that it produces.