Two, count 'em two Quinn SDQ 15-w combo and head. Custom made by Shad Damron. Ceriatone ODS type, 50-w head Ceriatone Trainwreck type, 50-w head Victoria Bandmaster type Cornell Romany Plus The twin Quinns are my favorite for everything. Since I have trouble lifting and moving things, I wanted these to be as light as possible. He used aluminum chassis, pine cab, Jensen 12" neo-dym. Each amp weighs 23 lbs, which I can handle. If not, my wife with the thin rich lady arms can actually carry one a ways. I play one of the Quinns all day long. After replacing the power switch, which failed after 5-6 years of daily use, I decided to try out just leaving it on all the time. It has been about a year and a half for the one upstairs. If I leave town or something, I'll turn it off. Also, electrical storms cut the power to most of our house on occasion, so the amp will go off, then back on again a few hours later when power restored. The Ceriatone ODS type sounds fairly close to the Quinns, insofar as the amp structure is about the same. The Ceriatone Trainwreck has a different circuit design that D-types, and has no MV. In fact, minimal controls. I use a Bad Cat attenuator and everything sounds great. It's extremely touch-sensitive and tricky to play for a while. It is all about using the guitar volume control.