Expensive sure but I don’t know where you get unreliable.
Nice AT as well.I currently have the two in the pic...20th 101B and 100W Helios. Also had a silver chassis Shiva with the gold foot switch that I sold locally with implicit instructions if the owner ever decides to sell he has to come to me first.
As Chris mentions above Bogners have a voicing that basically is in the modified Marshall JCM vein with more lower mids for a fatter, chewier tone. The tone does however tend to get lost in the mix and to compensate you have to dial a but more presence and treble than you're prob used to. Build quality is excellent and reliability isn't an issue. The amps are gig worthy and I never had any issues with mine. The cab that sounds best are the ones w/V30s I've found. Very quiet even at high gain and nice, transparent fx loop. The Shiva had a fan that ran while the amp was on and some ppl found this annoying but it never bothered me. The XTC and Helios do not. That's about all I got. Let me know if you would like more info.
Killcrop Nailed it.Shiva- beautiful cleans, exceptional reverb. Thick crunch channel. Lots of gain and sustain.
Ecstasy- One of the best amps ever made. Its a lead players amp that once you get to know it, can do about anything.
New Yorker- Tweed Deluxe with some flexible voicing.
Palermo-Raunchy Brownface/Marshall tones in a small little package. Loud and open.
Goldfinger-Really nice shiva like cleans. Very interesting Marshall based lead channel. Loop options worth looking into.
Helios-Hot rod Marshall tones but with a Bogner flavor. Not your typical Bogner offering. Very in your face like an old Marshall.
3534-Lower wattage version of the Ecstasy. Less features but can get in the sweet spot with a lot less volume.
Barcelona- Big open cleans. Pedal platform. Fender based voicing.
Just FYI: https://www.thegearpage.net/board/index.php?threads/bogner-ecstasy-3534.2096289/I can't wait to see more reviews of the 3534 as I am really looking forward to this one.