Not very good. Unless you're on a budget and this happens to be within your range, go for a Focusrite interface, instead. OK as a first for an absolute beginner, but if you're going to be recording a lot, don't bother.
This is an awesome interface for anyone on a tight budget. My highlight is the Xenyx preamp: It sounds awesome. Other than that, it's a decent audio interface all around. Build quality could be better, but at about thirty dollars, it's not expected.
It's a good product to start you off with audio but, unfortunately, you get what you pay for, for me I get a random patch of static sometimes, however, its very portable, offers analog and USB output, an instrument input, XLR input, and a monitor preview out for headphones.