I had to downsize my gear to purchase a house. So I sold all of my "good" amps and snagged one of these so I had something. I really only use the first channel and I don't like the onboard effects, but that isn't why I bought it. It is a really good clean amp to use pedals with, that nice Fender clean.
I bought one of these for my most recent tour along with an old bandmaster 2x12 cab and i was never let down. Many of my friends use vintage musicman amps and old black/silverface twins and this head sounds nearly identical. (throw a klon or ocd in front of it and they sound identical imo) another thing that makes this such a great head is the price; I picked mine up for less than $300 mint, and if it blows up or gets wrecked, I can find another on reverb for the same desirable price. Definitely a keeper. I only gave this a 4 star rating due to its 15w limit, making a 60 or 100w twin reverb much more desirable for large venues. That being said, with a 1x12 or 4x10 cabinet, this head has no issue keeping up with a full drum kit, and especially thrives against a full kit with a 2x12 cabinet.
I wouldn't want anything else but this little fellow right here. This amp is amazing every time I turn it up to 4/5. The power of these 15w tubes is amazing!! I've been playing this amp for about 1,5 year now I have gigged with it and it never gave up on me even once the clean sound is amazing and the programmable presets come in very handy. Besides being a great practice amp and a potential gig amp it's also a decent recording device. On the back of the amp there is a output which you can plug into a sound card or interface and it translates the sound of the amp perfectly i have only done this once but it amazed me when I heard the playback of it!