It is a brilliant practice amp.One of it’s kind, with a vintage look that you can’t get with a Marshall.And it is quite cheap,You can get it around 5000 INR(~$100).
Features:Two channels,clean and overdrive, It has got just one input so that might be a problem but the sound compensates for it and it has got a headphone jack (which can be used to record).
It has a master volume, gain, bass and treble knobs.
Now the features are limited in this thing but the sound is awesome with all the features done smoothly.
It has a solid chassis so you can easily travel around with it.
It can be used to play almost everything.
Sound: I used this amp with Cort EVL Z4 and a Greg avion and the sound is pretty decent.
Now the clean sound in this amp is very very good. It gives you an amazing tone. I don’t like the gain of it much but if you use a nice pedal, it works fine. I use a digitech grunge pedal and there is no better distortion tone that I have heard in a practice amp.
Reliability & Durability: As said before this thing is classy and solid with a nice finish. Never gave me maintenance problems yet,I have carried it around to many places and it can handle almost everything.
Impression: This amp is one of the best practice amps. I have used it for like five months now, and it still gives me a brand new feel. It sounds great with distortion pedals and if you are into blues and soft rock then this thing is must for you.It has got very fine bluesy tone when the gain knob is half set. With maximum gain you can get a crunchy distortion sound good for punk rock and soft rock.
In short this is quite a deal if you are looking for a descent sounding practice amp.
You can get the 15 watt, reverb enabled version of this amp here, if you live in India.