Starting an Owners Club for a new Vox product that is a "reissue" in name only - the AC10C1. Some quick background: Vox actually made an AC10 from 1959 to 1967. It was more of a square "TV"-style cabinet with a 10" speaker, though it was also offered in a 2x10" "Twin". Here is a photo of the new AC10C1, which was announced around early April 2015: Here's a shot of the top, with controls for gain, bass, treble, reverb, and volume: And here's a shot of the back, noting the 16-ohm extension speaker jack, but no effects loop: I just received mine and it had no quality issues out of the box (thus far). But the amp is Chinese manufactured, it's a new product, and there's some pictures floating around of the internals of the amp that are a little suspect. Not because anything is "wrong" with it necessarily, but the tubes and circuit boards are arranged in an "unorthodox" manner to say the least. Things are pretty tight in there with respect to replacing the speaker, also, but the "compactness" of the amp is part of its appeal - it weighs 27 pounds compared to the AC15's 47 pounds. I think the amp sounds great, but I'm more interested in what other people have to say. I also welcome prospective buyers with any questions they want to ask before they make the purchase - I always appreciate that opportunity when I'm shopping. Anybody got one? Or looking at one?