I don't think these amps are in production any longer, but I am seeing a number of both the head and combo models showing up in used equipment venues, so I thought I'd submit a review. If you can get one at a good price and want loud, go for it, otherwise your money would be better spent elsewhere.
Model Year: 1997
Where Obtained: Private Party
3 channel tube/solid state utilizing 1 12AX7 in the preamp side. Volume, treble, mid and bass for solid state channel. Seperate gain, treble, mid, bass and volume for tube channels. Reverb and effects mix level controls. Mid shift feature. Included footswitch controls channel, gain and reverb. External speaker jack (8 ohm only), line out, send and return, level switch (-7db, -16db, +4db).
Loud, this amp is plain and simply loud! Unless you have a sound proof music room or live miles from your closest neighbor don't even consider this amp for home use. Overall sound quality is okay, but in order to get the most out of the tube channels requires the volume to be at less than comfortable levels for home practice. If you need loud for gigging, this may be what your looking for.
Easy to use with straight forward controls. Typical Fender in that aspect.
I bought this amp used about 3 years ago, it is a 97 model so it was probably at least 5 years old when I got it. I had to replace the reverb tank and the tube when I got it. It has been knocked around quite a bit and seen a lot of use, since I've had it, and has held up very well.