Amp was purchased used with the optional footpedal for the above price. This mono modeling amp has 32 presets covering a wide range of sounds(AC/DC-clean). The presets are in 8 bands with 4 channels. With the footcontroller ($100+?)you can very quickly change to any 4 setting(channels)in the same bank(within a song). With a bit more agility you can access 16 settings with the foot controler(4 banks each with 4 channels). To get between each set of 16 setting (4 bank with 4 channels to the other 4x4)you need to tap the bank buttons on the top of the amp. The presets can be overwritten if you wish then recalled later.
I have yet to venture from the presets much. There are 16 amp settings, 10 pedal(comp,acoustic, Vox Wah, Auto Wah, U-Vibe, Octave, Treble Boost, Tube OD, Fat OD, Fuzz) 5 modulations (Chorus, Flanger, Phaser, Trem, Rotary), 3 Delays (digital, tape, multi-head), and 3 reverbs(spring, room, plate). Also there is a useful noise-reduction feature. The top of unit has pedal effect, amp, gain, volume, treble, mid, bass, presence, master volume, and separate buttons to select the mod/delay/reverb. Each effect has two knobs to adjust the drive/speed/feedback and level/depth of the effect. From slight to wild levels can be reached. Depending on the amp or effect some controls are not in operation. Tuner control is on the top and can be accessed from the foot controler. There are two inputs (high/low). In back there are external speaker and loop jacks, phone level control, phone out, line out/in, foot controler, and power select control(1-60w). Enough power to bother the family and street.
I play rock/metal with a crappy strat copy (s/s/h). I can hit AC/DC or Rush type sounds. I play mostly at the lower output (1w) setting and it produces a nice dirty tone when needed. The noise reduction is a great option for the single coil when using very high gain. It knocks out extra buzz but leaves the sound intact.