This little lump of lead packs the most of what you'll need to rehearse with a loud drummer into something small enough not to be a bother in the rehearsal space. The gain circuit isn't really all that nice but the many other features makes this one worth the expense in my opinion.
This is a great, affordable, and very loud bass amplifier for a very affordable price. A few built-in effects such as overdrive, and ultra-hi and ultra-lo boosts give you plenty of ways to craft your sound. This is simply one of the best solid-state bass amps I've ever played. Would highly recommend for gigging, recording, or just jamming at home.
Well, i have been enjoying this amp a lot, it does have all those things people mention in forums about buzzing sounds when turned too loud, mine for example starts to vibrate and make horrible noises just past volume 3. Since i use it as a practice amp i don't really care, and i also use it for recording, the Line Out solves any problems mentioned before. Another problem i found was that it overheats pretty easily and starts making a groundlike noise, maybe the excuse was that it was very hot in my city, near 40 C, and maybe that contributed a little; i could play for like 30 minutes no problem, then the weird noises started, it's just something you hear if you're not playing. Right now the weather is nice and i haven't had any problem with it.