I'll tell ya. For a practice amp, this thing can't be beat. I would definitely buy another one.
Model Year: 1999
Price: $250.00 (new)
Where Obtained: Discount Music
The Studio Pro 110 is a really great amp. I used to be a little wary of Peavey because they used to lack a good distorion channel back in the '80's, but this thing has one of the warmest solid-state distorions I have ever heard. It's great for practice and to play out at small shows. It's 2 channels (clean and dirty) which can be switched by the optional footswitch. It also has a built-in effects loop for your pedals. It has a brightness switch for your clean channel, and a Super-Sat pull knob for the Dirty channel. Super-Sat is Peavey's answer for a solid-state Tube Amp Emulator. Each channel has a 3 band eq. It also has built in reverb.
This amp has a super-clean clean channel, ever at higher volumes, and with the super-sat pulled on the dirty channel you can dial in enough killer distorion and sweet feedback to make Jimi Hendrix smile. For a small practice amp, this thing tops the list.
It's super easy to get a great sound. Each channel has it's own 3 band EQ so you can dial in just about anything you like.
The construction is pretty good. I would probably rather see birch than particle board, but that would bring the price of the amp up.