Here some excerpts from the review:
Yes, this amp unmistakably has the words “little” and “vintage” in its name, but it’s also capable of the opposite by sounding big and quite modern, though not overly modern, even at lower volume settings. The very few things this amp lacks are heavily outweighed by the giant, delicious, middle-of-the-road warm tone it provides. It’s a tone all its own, and it had me smiling and going back to play more after I finished this review.
Here 3 audio clips by Premier Guitar.
Clip 1: “Flat” setting.
Clip 2: Bass/Treble boost setting. Limiter set at 2 o'clock.
Clip 3: “Old” setting, hi-mids boosted at 1 o'clock and limiter set at 10 o'clock.
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