I bought it because I got it cheap, but found that I really loved it, especially as a backup head. The tube-based distortion channels are great, and the footswitch is nice.
Where Obtained: E-bay
Really loud head! The only thing I don't like is that you have to have the footswitch plugged in to get reverb. Might be a defect in mine, don't know.
Really versatile amp, but can get muddy with effects. I used it with my Line 6 Pod for a long time, and sometimes the definition wasn't what it was with other amps. However, running the guitar straight in, it's quite good. It's also does very well with a bass, believe it or not.
Like any Fender amp, it requires a bit of playing to dial in the right sound.
I've used this live several time. This thing is unbreakable! Wish I could say the same for some of my other heads. If nothing else, find one of these on e-bay to use as a backup!
This half stack just kicks in about every competition other than the stack masters at Marshall. Its a goot half stack for about 600$
Model Year: 2000
Price: $0.00 (new)
Where Obtained: Musician Friend
Its got a nice overal features from the 3 button footswitch (change channels/effects loops), the control of the power in the distortion and reverb is very hand for all types of music
This amp just tottaly kicks a-- with power. the 4x12 cab adds a lot of power over the Roc Pro 1000 combo. The distortion channels add great volume and tonal range to the half stack.
The total controls are easy to fiddle around with to get an awesome sound out of this half stack. Which is ideal for a gigging guitarist or for rehearsals.
This half stack can hold up onto a few good kicks and smack arounds, it back uped by a 5 year warrenty. The grill is metal so its hard to break the speaker