"Fender Rumble 350"
The sound is classic Fender quality: clean and full. It can get quite loud, if need be. It has various controls to get whatever sound you like and also an overdrive with blend, if you like it dirty sounding. On full effect, it reminds me of a bumble bee type fuzz, which I like quite a lot.
It has everything you need for a large bass amp. The DI output is rather handy, if you need to go into a PA board, or to record with. It has a tweeter with an on and off switch, simple EQ, low boost, mid scoop, and even a headphone jack.
Ease of Use:
Very easy to operate and with the side handles, easy to carry. I found it wasn't bad at all to do so. It also has casters, so you can roll it around the room with out picking it up. If you are used to lugging heavy amps and cabs, this is a nice break.
I've never had any problems with Fender amps, and this seems to fit the bill. It feels pretty sturdy and well put together. It just looks well made and means business. The price may be cheap, but the product isn't.
I haven't actually contacted them, but they do have a pretty decent forum, though. Their website is well put together, too.
For what this amp costs and the power and features it has, it's one hell of a deal. It's one of the best deals I've come across in a long time.
The Wow Factor:
Whomever designed this amp really did their homework. I can't help but to admire it, even when I'm not playing through it. It's a real nice piece of gear. I'm quite happy with it.
I was in need of a decent, reliable bass amp. I have some shows coming up and the old Peavey clunker I'd been playing through previously, wasn't going to cut it. Being a massive fan of Fender, I went out and bought this amp on reputation, alone. I just went by reading several reviews which seemed to be rather positive and my past experience with Fender products. Needless to say, I was not disappointed.