I didn't see one here so figured why not. Share your thoughts , experiences , mods or other useful info about these amazing little amps. I have had the itch to trade in my Vox Vt50 and get a low powered tube amp. I have been looking for a few weeks and looked at Egnater Tweaker , a Vox Ac15c1 , Vox Night Train, Blackstar HT5, and a Blues jr. Each one of them had something good to offer but i had to pick only one , so back i went to GC and a couple other local music shops and pawn shops. I spent the better part of the day narrowing my choices down. What i did decide was as much as i loved the sound of the Vox Ac15 i really wanted a head only, i didnt want the amp to be married to a cab forever and i also really wanted a FX loop. so the AC15 and blues jr were off the list, I really wanted at least 15 watts so the HT-5 was cut. There was just something missing to my ears with the Night train so i bumped that as well . I guess i was pretty settled on the Tweaker went back tried it again was ready to buy it at GC . The sales guy said let me go see if i have one in the back , when he returned empty handed he offered to sell me the floor demo unit. I wasn't really thrilled with the idea of paying full price for a "used" amp and he wasn't willing to budge so i spun foot and left. I knew another place the next town over that had them for a few $$ more so there i headed to get me a tweaker. When i walked through the door the owner and his sales guys were in the middle of the store setting up some TSA combos they had just got in. I walked over to see this unusual white combo saw it was Ibanez! Ibanez makes amps? i asked the guy, He said you wont believe how good they sound this little amp is great. In plugged my tele and my jaw nearly dropped. this thing has some studio class cleans with great headroom for its size. The i hit the TS section , ohh yeah that sounds like a tube screamer sweet! it has a FX loop! cool , it uses 6V6GT like the Tweaker it has Triode / Pentode modes to run at 5 watt or 15 watt bonus the Tweaker does not have that feature. It has a optional foot switch which is great .well built and i got it for 20 instead of 29. It well worth having to switch to another channel (though not really) but it sounds like you have and i guess thats what counts. hit that boost switch to up the signal 6db for solos , real nice feature of the pedal. Speaker jacks are well laid out with many config choices. No reverb? np i'll use my Lexicon. Honestly I fell in love with this amp right away and TSA15H went home with me that day and I forgot all about the Tweaker. I feel like i made the right choice and am happy i stumbled on this Jem (no pun intended ). for the price it cant be beat. I would have liked to see some features like a mid's control on the amp side and maybe a separate gain for the amp side. The 30 watt version has them but i dont think they make a head only version hopefully that will be coming with a power attenuator which the 30 watt combo seems to currently lack. I had a old Randall combo with a older model Celestion 70/80 12 inch speaker the amp had fried so i fit a piece of mahogany in its place and cut out for a 1U rack device and slapped in my Lexicon MPX 110 , now i just need a foot switch for the MPX to engage its bypass. I used the $100 bucks i saved over the Tweaker and bought a Fender Mustang 1 just to have something to plug headphones into . Life is good. Here is a picture of my little rig. I'm loving it!