Igot tired of playing on my crate 10 practice amp compared to my brothers old peavy 5150 evh edition. this kustom amp has a deep sound simlar to the 5105 at low volume & its price was within my budget.my favorite aspect of this amp is its deep sound,The worst aspect is the effects suck but dont need to use them with your fav pedel
Price: $95.00 us (new)
Where Obtained: great southern music
Lead ,rythm ,eq ,effects : gain, vol,rythm vol,high med low. effects chorus , reverb:two inputs, guitar input & cd/tape input. 30 watt rms 10 inch celeston deep loud sound
I play an ibanez sa160qm & dean evo xm . no effects
rock ,blues ,metal, sound deep lots of crunch. sounds better than my crate 10 practice amp
Sounds good as long as you dont use effects . i sometimes
use though the chorus
I dont know how reliable it is for live play it always just sits in the corner. never been repaired.its construction is about the same as any amp made of wood ,steel corners
I chose this one because it was cheap, on sale, new, and the guy who worked there recommended it. It could be better if it had a 12" speaker and it was a tube amp. It could also use a blue light instead of red, and tweed. I would only get this amp for the purpose of practice/jamming. Even can be used in very small gigs.
Model Year: 1998
Price: $150.00 (new)
Where Obtained: North Olmstead Music
It has a clean channel, and a dist. one. It also has an effects loop, ext. speaker jack, and a couple other jacks. It is powerful enough for most alternative music if you are practicing or jamming. It is a transistor amp.
It also has reverb and chorus. It even has a Red Back Celestion speaker.
I use it with a DeArmond Jet-Star and Danelectro effects.
It is a decent alternative/rock amp. It is fairly similar to a crate 30 watt I used to own.
Fairy durable. Pretty average construction.