I bought this a few years back to tour the world and roll in money like my previous band promised me. It sat in my dad's garage until I found a use for it in my current project. It's loud enough, has enough control for recording, and sturdy enough so dials and inputs don't fall off. Sometimes I struggle to get the volume and tone I want out of it, but that's more likely to be from my own ability. The fuse is loose and has a habit of falling out, but won't let me down if I keep an eye on it.
This bass head is very versatile, pushing a maximum of 800 watts through it delivers a lot of power. Peavey doesn't skimp out on features either, it has a built in 9 band equalizer, a contour knob, pre and post volume knobs, an anti clip system, and an octaver. I would definitely recommend this head.
I purchased this amp as part of a bundle with a 410 and a 210 cabinet. The speaker cables are surprising nice quality. The EQ is pretty nice. Most settings work as expected. The octave synthesizer is alright, but it kind of cuts in and out occasionally. The worst thing about this amp is that if it's otherwise quiet in the room, you can hear this thing rattle over the sound of the bass. Maybe there's a screw loose or something in mine.