And why do you have each one ? What'cha got and don't forge the WHY ... A photo is good as well as many of us are not really familiar with many amps out there. I'll start, and I'll say up front that owning a multitude of amps borders on "nuts". "Shrinks" around the world still can't explain why we have a need / desire for multiple amps. I'm told they actually discuss this at "Shrink Conferences" around the world. Ok.. here's my current active list with the ownership reasons. This list replaces many other amps which are long gone ! 60 watt Fender Hot Rod Deville 2x12 , because bigger is better and ya never know when you need it 40 Watt Fender Blues Deluxe , because bigger is not really better 50 Watt Carvin Vintage 50 / 1x12 cab , because I really like looking at it 50 watt Carvin Nomad 1x12, because its a combo and I don't have to carry two pieces 15 watt Fender Blues Jr, because it's really a nice amp and 15 watts covers a lot of ground 45 Watt Rickenbacker 4x10 B16 Supersonic,I owned one when I was 18 and want to relive my youth 90 watt Fender Deluxe 112 Plus 1x12 it was only $150 and has a headphones out for practice. Not a bad amp but it can barely hang on at a gig. 15 watt Fender Rumble Bass, don't actually know why I have it 200 Watt Gallien Kruger MB200 Bass head, it weighs 2 pounds and it is my spare amp in the gig bag. This is one fine amp. 300 watt Gallien Kruger Bass Backline / 2x10 cab , great gig amp 210 watt PV Nashville 400, 1x15, because I play Steel and it is the go to amp for Steel 80 watt PV Nashville 112 , 1x12, for Steel because the Nashville 400 is too heavy Thats it for today... So which ones go to gigs ? Nashville 112 or Blues Deluxe for double duty ( Steel/Guitar) or the Blues Jr. if it's a guitar only gig in a smaller room. A medium to larger room will bring out a 40 or 50 watter. A big outdoor stage will indeed bring out the HR Deville. photo shy, Nashville 400, it's in the garage, GK MB200, it's in the gig bag, Nashville 112 is still in the van from last nights gig.