I'll probably be the only person in this club, but here goes. I've got a Legend Super Lead 50. It's been my main amp since about 1989. It sounds, well, different. Not really sure what the guy who designed it was going for. It's my secret weapon in my quest to not sound like anyone else. Legends were made in Syracuse, NY and were very expensive for their time. When I bought mine they could be had for a song because nobody wanted to sound like that in 1989. I was sick of not being able to hear myself because I had this crappy 20 watt practice amp. So I walked into Lark Street music and asked the owner what the loudest amp he had was. He pointed this baby out to me. It's really really loud for a 50 watter. It's got a tube preamp powered by three 12AX7s and a solid state power amp. It's got a groovy Celestion speaker, finger joined oak cabinet, cane grill, effects loop, channel switching and reverb and about a billion knobs, some of which don't appear to do anything. It's built like a tank. It looks like it belongs in a fern bar. You can see a picture of it along with a page from the manual in my photos. Endorsed by Billy Jones from the Outlaws! Anybody else own one of these monsters? -Mr. N.