I went to GC to look at an Eastwood Airline MAP in seafoam green - It was $449 which is silly low. My favorite sales guy Jason pointed out a tiny crack/offered $75 off but he thought it would need work some day. Great honest guy. I got worried about the "unknowns" and let it be. Then I saw this. It was the first one that they've had in. It arrived 24 hours prior. Some of you know that I'm a fool for Pathfinder 15R's. This is better. 25 watts @ 8 ohms Gain Master Treble & Bass Reverb Tremolo Has a 10" Celestion Has a deep switch on the back and you can switch from 4-8-16 ohms $329 Full Price. The Tremolo has one knob only but as you move the single knob you get different speeds and various (very tasteful) depths. The one knob Trem really sounds nice. I'm a tremolo freak; they did a fine job. I went from bummed to very excited when I played with the trem. If you want to play How Soon is Now - Johnny Marr -it won't get you there but it will do every thing that you would generally want. We know the reverb is digital but it sounds very nice. It goes from nothing to old-school surf. The clean is jangly. It's very warm and full. The gain will get you from a boost edge to a rocking classic Vox Jangle. The Celestion sounds big and Celestion like. There is room in the cabinet to put an Eminence Patriot in there which I'm going to start looking for (used - Music Go Round - I can find one that's nicely broken in for $45). The little Vox MV50 heads are 50 watts at 4 ohms; at 8 ohms you have 25 watts just like this amp. I wonder if they have common parts. I mentioned $329. I asked Jason if he could match the MF.com 15% thing that's going on right now and he replied "We have our own 15% thing going on - no problem". $279! That's like 2 decent pedals these days. I am a happy old fart. It's one of those amps that just makes you smile when you see it and then you play it and smile wider. I could bury my drummer with it but Brad is a light/controlled drummer. Lots of excitement before 11AM!