It's is a laney tfx 200 its is 65 Watts.
Inputs Single Jack
Channels 3: Clean, Drive 1 & Drive 2
Equalization Independent Bass, Middle & Treble for Clean & Drive
Bright Switch 1: Clean Channel
Footswitch TFX 4-Way (Included)
Speaker connections Yes
FX Loop(s) Yes
Impedance Minimum 4 ohms
Drivers 12" Celestion Seventy 80
Cabinet Design Plywood cabinet construction. Black metal
corners, metal side grip handles, rubber feet
Scoop Switch 2: Drive 1 & Drive 2
Vibe Switch Yes
Tube Fusion Techlogy ECC83 Preamp valve
X-Factor DSP Digital Effects 2 x 16 program systems for Clean and
Master Effects Level Controls 2: Clean & Drive
Effects CLEAN: 3 x Reverbs (Hall, Room, Plate), 4 x Delay, 2 x Chorus, 2 x Rotary, Flanger, Flanger + Delay, Octaver, Chorus + Delay, Chorus + Reverb
Secondary Effects DRIVE: 2 x Reverbs (Hall & Room), 4 x Delay, 1 x Multi-Tap Delay, 2 x Chorus, 2 x Rotary, Flanger, Flanger + Delay, Octaver, Chorus + Delay, Chorus + Reverb
Headphone Socket Yes
X-Factor DSP Level Control Yes
Dimensions (mm) 465 x 533 x 277
I play mostly old school metal and some heavy blues do you think that this would be a gos amp to buy.
I would be playing a PRS Santana se2 and a Ibanez JS100 through it.