This little guys arrived today. It is sort of a blank slate with no go to presets. It does offer 3 varieties of 3 base amps; Fender Tweed, Mesa, and Marshall. From there you get choices of clean, hot, and hi-gain. I am somewhat familiar with Tech 21, so the super sensitive "active" controls haven't put me off too bad, but I do think they are a bit too sensitive, always have. So far, I have been able to dial in a reasonable Tweed clean on the Hot setting and the amp gets along fine with my preferred Maestro Fuzz and Maxon 808 OD. It's kinda funny, this is almost the exact same way I use my Fender Mustang about 90% of the time. The TM 10 is a bit more crisp and clear at the super low volumes I prefer, currently. But I was surprised how I wanted to grab for the Mustang's fx and dial in some vibe at one point. The reverb on the TM 10 is killer, so far, and allows for great splashy surf tones. It is a really good sounding low volume Champ at this point that takes my fuzz and OD and allows me to run the gamut from 60's fuzz to Led Zep to AC/DC to Hendrix to Black Sabbath. Turn off the pedals and I can play The Ventures and the James Bond Theme by toggling through pickup settings. I haven't been able to get a single good Marshall tone yet. I am going to have to read the manual. The Mesa setting sounds fine, but I have no idea what to do with it yet. I bought this because I was bored and needed a new toy to mess with for few $$$. A Mustang Floor Modeler deal fell through last month and I am not quite ready to pony up for the AX8 just yet. In the meantime, the little Mustang I has never sounded better. She's clean.