This amp is pretty good when you're starting out and for practice at home and jamming with friends. It has one clean tone and 4 distorted tones, which are based off BOSS Pedals so the Distortion quality is pretty good. There are no options to adjust Reverb or Delay which is a bummer, but these options are there in the Cube 30X if budget isn't a constraint you could go for that. The quality is good, and you can get it pretty loud. There's also a pretty neat Power Squeezer button to get good tones at lower volumes for indoor practice. If you want more customizable tones, I would recommend buying a Guitar Processor and using a cheaper Speaker or just Headphones. For all other purposes this is quite good.
The amp is pretty good as long as you are practicing indoors. The additional boss pedal tones are quite impressive and the aux-in input loads up this amp with many important features. In short just go for it if you are looking to buy a cheap amp wid some good features.
This thing may look small, but when cranked up, people die.2 channels, clean and lead. Handles any sort of tone really nicely. The clean channel is average at best. Where this really shines is when using the high gain settings. Crisp tones. Thumbs up!
I have been using thi amp for over an year and its perfect for bedroom practice. Hvng said that it can still be pushed to just about enough volume to be heard alongside a drummer. Has a simple setup with two channels and some good drive tones. The aux in and headphones out is really handy for jamming along with tracks and quiet practice.