Summary: I bought this comb to play at home, I think it is difficult to find something like this for this price, buying happy, good sound, lots of options, very loud sound, there is a button PoWER squeezer allows mute without losing settings
Summary: All I can say about this little doozy of an amp is WOW! It has everything. Though one would probably not be able to play out on it in a larger venue (large bar, etc...) this little baby has it all. I can get just the sound I like. I play metal and it is fantastic. You can plug in backing tracks and listen through headphones to both your guitar and the backing track that is pumped through it. No need for a pedal. Metal distortion is amazing.
Summary: For $100-$125 used, this is a great value. Very good amp models, famous Roland clean channel sounds like a mini Jazz Chorus with the chorus turned on. Overdrive channel has an excellent selection of amps from vintage Blackface tones to high gain Boogie. Good choice of effects which you can run at the same time as delay or reverb. Built-in tuner is a little cheezy but it works, it's just not chromatic, i.e. you have to tune the dial to E to tune your E.
Excerpt: After looking into a new practice amplifier I considered a ton of different options, (Crate, Line 6, Peavy) I decided on the Roland 20X and have not been let down so far. The amp has 2 different channels, and many different models, Overdirven, Distortion, Metal, Metal Stack, and Acoustic, a reverb knob, and flanger phaser knob.
Summary: I was on deployment and needed a guitar amp that had some power and some sound shaping capability. I'm not a novice on music and I knew Roland products were very good design and sound quality on mid and small size amps (from my bass-playing days). It came new in the box with all documentation. There are no accessories, since it's a combo (self-contained) amp. I immediately plugged it in and fried it on bloody 220 VAC (Iraq voltage) idiot move. LoL .
Summary: I purchased this amp to teach with, but was supprised to see that it was loud enough to get through a modest volume church gig. The effects are usefull only to show a student the difference between flange and chorus for example, however the delays and reverb are quite good. Outside of my JC120 for cleans, this is the best sounding solid state amp I own.