Got this from Ebay for $637 pretty good deal, I got this to replace (I'll explain that in a bit) my Blackstar Artisan 100 and I love that amp to bits but it had two problems:
1. It being a plexi amp it's REALLY loud, I couldn't get it past 1 before it my ears started buzzing.
2. It didn't have an effects loop, and with me about to begin recording with the Line 6 HD Pro X I had to get an amp with one. So with my birthday coming up I was originally going to sell the amp to Sam Ash but my dad wanted me to keep it and did one of the coolest things I can't thank even thank him enough for, he "bought it" from me for $1,000 so I could keep both amps. I looked around on ebay for amps with that have variable wattages and found a Rivera Mick Thompson Sig, but it was too expensive so I searched on and found some Mesa's but they were just a tad bit out of my price range, so I found a Jet city HDM 100 and it could go to 50 Watts and I found an Egnater Vengeance and I was just in love with the sounds I heard on Youtube and the looks of the amp. Channel one can go from surf rock with the volume lowered and some built-in reverb (volume on this amp makes a HUGE difference in tone) and with the volume higher you get a hot rodded Marshall sound and there are these little switches for each channel to do even more which include a tight, an extra gain (works as a boost), an extra mids( can be used to scoop or add), and a bright switch, these add so much more to the two channels it offers. Channel two can go from a Dual Rec and with a little tweaking a tight Fireball type tone, it can even fatten up with the master volumes, presence, and density knobs to a huge Marshall 410 tone as well. I've only had about two hours to really play it so, I've barely scratched the surface of what it can do, this and the Fernandes Ravelle I got have made for an awesome birthday, and now some pics!
Awesome! I got to try one once, but really wasn't able to spend much time on it.
Also... don't hotlink emoticons from /7/