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It's a solid state amp that'll let you make noise.
I just recently added this little Frontman 15G to my gear. I already knew what to expect, first off there is already one in the house (my son's), secondly I purchased it for $30. I only bought this as an amp to use with my daughter, during her music lessons, and the fact that they aren't stocked in most stores anymore. It sounds like a plain old solid state amp. The "Clean" channel has some distortion bleed over, even when the "Lead" channel is turned all the way down. The Clean channel starts to breakup early on in the volume progression and isn't necessarily a good breakup either. The Lead channel is definitely a SS type of distortion. Not warm and inviting like Tubes, but a mashed up, mangled mess of what used to be your signal. Having said that, I like the Lead channel just for this very reason. Sometimes I want that distortion sound as opposed to the warmth of overdriven tubes. It can make for some great sounding background rhythm guitar fills, as well as some wonderful ambient noise. You can plug headphones into it and play around in the middle of the night when inspiration jerks you out of a wonderful dream involving Rhum drinks, steak, lobster rolls, grouper sandwiches, and spaghetti vongole; a sailboat, and the unbridled affections of Christina Aguilera, Kylie Minogue, and Taylor Momsen at 0300. Of course that might be my own issues with that example but here we are.