Picked this up used at the local Guitar Center. Nice form factor and esthetics. Clean channel sounds nice. I tried it with my ASAT Special and PRS Baritone. Drive channel is hmmm.... OK I guess. I think I'd be OK if the highest gain was the "5" setting, or maybe the "3" setting. I don't normally use that much gain. You can get a little grrr on the clean channel by cranking it. Built in reverb, I have to say, I did not really like. Really overdone boing in the spring simulation. Below 4, OK. Much above that, distracting. I like the idea of the built in cab sim/DI. Haven't tried those yet. Haven't tried it with an actual cabinet either. Just used headphones as it's the only thing that doesn't require some additional effort. Maybe over the weekend. I had this side by side with my Eleven Rack modeler and to be honest, there is some "tone" that the tube amp makes very easily that seems elusive with the modeler. I don't even want to get into trying to describe it with words. That said, the modeler has a pretty rad stereo dynamic delay built in, with stereo outs to XLR for recording. So, I'm not 100% convinced how much I'd use it. I'd need to get another looper as I am coming up with riffs based on the same 5 chords all day long. I do like some effects and some of the options like a line6 HX effects or TC Plethora X5 as I only have a boost and tremolo and reverb pedal at the moment. I'd like to use compression and mod like chorus/phase on occasion. I'd compared this spec wise to the Laney L5 Studio, Revv D20 and Mesa Boogie Express 5:25. I'm not super ecstatic about this one yet which is probably a bad sign.