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.
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.
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 …
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.
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.