Yesterday I got this used Vox MV 50 clean amplifier. It´s really tiny, also on top of my tiny 1x10 cab. But this little thing sounds huge! I´m very satisfied. It delivers real good clean sounds somewhere between Fender and Vox. The highs are more voxy to my ears. Volume past 12 o´clock gives a nice compression and with humbuckers you´ll get the first grid to the sound, but all the way it stays clean very long, especially with singlecoils. The tone stack is very effectiv, with my hss t-caster I´m around the middle positions of treble and bass, maybe treble a little bit more for the sparkling tone. The flat-deep-switch on the backside works very well, use it for lower volumes and turn it off with higher volumes or turn down the bass knob. To my ears it´s really noticeable. The MV 50 loves my pedalboard. I´m using a clone of the Analogman KoT and some delay, perfect match. When needed the amp is really loud. In my 1x10 cab works an eminence ramrod speaker, a more british sounding loud speaker with 8 ohms so the amp delivers 25 watts. More than enough for rehearsals or club gigs. But it´s also perfect for home use because of its built-in attenuator. It allows to reduce the output to 1/10 and 1/100 of the origin. 1/10 is too loud for a living room situation with a lot of neighbours but 1/100 works perfect for that. And for the real quiet thing you got the line/phones jack with speaker simulation which sounds ok but not that good like the tone with a good cab. Conclusion: No, it´s not the Fender DR or Vox AC 30 killer. Also my Tweed Super amp really shines over the MV 50. But for the small money it delivers good sounds with no weight and some practicable functions. You don´t need a built-in reverb or a fx loop because you can run every pedal in front of the MV 50 clean. I like this little thing very much and I´m sure that I´ll use it for some small club gigs and also for home practice.