QUILTER 45 MICRO BLOCK AMPLIFIER
Into a 4ohm load it is 45 watts into the more likely load of an 8 ohm load it is 33 watts.
Just loud enough for a club.
(Remember that the Vox AC30 squeaks by)
Perhaps you are think of running your FX in stereo?
Definitely a good a practice amp. Last but definitely not least ..a cheap back up amp.
It has 3 fixed sounds. A Dead clean Fender sound, a more mid range sound and a crunch sound.
The dead clean sound sounds good to me. The others ...Pro? No!
There are a few others pedal amps on the market but they are either toys or like the Duncan need a preamp and are more money. This has 'just' enough power. The Fender sound is quite usable and your pedals should/could take care of the rest.
It comes with PS-24 a pro 72 watt power supply.
Quilter have been making a series of small lunch box size guitar amps for a few years.
If nothing else they have a good record of solid build and reliability.