Better than the Peavey Rage I started on as a kid. At low settings, the reverb isn't bad, but it shows off cheap-spring sound at high settings. The trem doesn't go deep/intense enough for a real trem nut (me). It's setup as a one channel with gain, master, treb and bass, and a boost switch. It is not a clean or scream amp, and that seems to be its principle appeal. Without the boost, theres a pretty smooth transition into dirtier sounds. It doesn't sound very tubey or anything, but the way it acts is a bit more like a tube amp than most solid state amps.
It isn't particularly worthy of raves, IMO, but it's a good little starter amp with some useful sounds ready to go. Don't regret buying it, but when I have a cooler DIY chasis available, it'll probably get thrown into this cabinet, as it is pretty smooth on the cosmetics.