A decent amp for the money.
Very basic set-up, lacks any control over Mid's. The amp responds well to volume up to about 7-8 o'clock, however, any further and you're left with irritating buzzing and strong distorted sounds.
Very pretty little amp, and is very appealing to the eye. It is also well built, with a vintage look and feel to it.
The gain is very strong and is very good considering the price of the amp. Can be soft and as it increases, it has a lot of growl to it.
I would really like it if this amp had more EQ control to it, but I guess you get what you pay for with this amp.
I can't play this amp with a band. This is definitely just a practice amp.
The quality is average; as far as sound goes, which I think defines an amp, the quality of the sound is good enough for me to practice with in small spaces.
The build quality is fair, however, if you're in the UK it's note worthy that this amp comes with a 2 pin plug rather than a 3 pin and so a converter is needed.
The fabric's that make the aesthetics of this amp is of high quality and very eye catching, classic Vox.
Overall, a fair practice amp, and worth the money. However, I do think there is better out there.