Good little retro tube combo, especially at the price point. Gets the job done as a practice amp. Also has a shift as well as gain switch built in, both of which are nice touches.
This little baby here will blow your mind with its simplicity and its power. Before buying it I was between this one and the Bugera V22. I actually chose this because of its size and price that were slightly different from the V22, a friend of mine has the V22 and I loved playing on it so I was a bit skeptic of the BC15 but I have to say I was not disappointed whatsoever. It has a really warm tune. I use with my Strat, it has 69's Custom Fender single coils and when I turn the BC15 bass knob a bit up, bam. I usually play blues so it delivers what I expect from it. I've used it in a couple of small gigs and the louder I've played it the better it sounded. I wouldn't recommend for a big scheme since it's only 15W but otherwise - specially if you're looking for a good tune for practicing (and for that the Phones input it's marvelous as well) it's guaranteed satisfaction. The Gain knob also doesn't fall far behind, I haven't spend much time since I'm always with my Tube Screamer plugged in, but from what I've tried it's pretty good.