I bought this amp on a whim, played out with it one time, then quit playing out. I've used it a couple of times for practice, the rest of the time it has sat in the case. As usual I had to experiment a bit to get a sound I liked, but I did. These amps are powerful, tiny, and very light weight. It comes with the gig bag, manual, power cord, and Speakon speaker cable. These have a lifetime warranty from AI. The last picture is the amp sitting on the 12" NEO speaker cab I used it with to show the size comparison. The price is $600 plus shipping($100 less than I paid for it). Here are the specs and description from Acoustic Image.
Extended frequency range, high fidelity sound
Light weight (110 dB at direct out
100V to 240V, 50/60 Hz, automatically switched
2.1" x 7.2" x 7.4"
2 lbs. 10 oz.
1 Mohm or 10 Mohm,
+4 dB, balanced, XLR connector, ground lift, pre/post EQ selector, 10 dB pad
Shelving type, 12 dB at 30 Hz
Low Mid Control
12 dB at 250 Hz
High Mid Control
12 dB at 1200 Hz
Shelving type, 15 dB at 10 kHz
Low Cut Filter
-12 dB/octave sweepable from 30 to 180 Hz
24 bit digital with 3 programs
Reverb with variable decay time,
Delay/Reverb with variable delay time
Delay with variable decay time
All have variable wet/dry mix
Class D (PWM)
Output Power 8 Ohm
300W rms continuous, 350W rms music (40% duty cycle), 500W peak transient
Output Power 4 Ohm
500W rms continuous, 650W rms music (40% duty cycle), 1000W peak transient
External Speaker Out
Speakon type (pole 1), 2ohm min load
'69 Emmons P/P, '73 Emmons P/P, MSA Millennium, Legend, and Studio Pro, Reese's restored Universal Direction guitar, the MSA Classic plexiglass steel, as well as several older MSAs, and a bunch of amps, new and old.