So... You know me. I'm always moving gear just for the sake of moving gear. I'm actually pretty happy with the things I have, so I was planning on sticking with this set up for a while... And then I forgot I had listed some things on CL. Yesterday I got an email on my Blues Junior from a guy here locally offering me a Twin Amp from the Pro Tube series. Needless to say, it piqued my interest. Looks to be in decent shape, and mostly stock except for... Blue label speakers? As far as I know, the pro tubes came with the Gold Label Eminence speakers. Anyway, I'm intrigued because it cuts down to 25 watts via a switch in the back, and according to the manual... A 15 watt Twin!!! The Pros: * again... A 15 watt twin that can do 25, 60, and 100 watts as needed * line out * tube reverb * Rounder, fuller tone. The BJ is great for what it is, but it often leaves me wanting more in the low end... The concerns are: * the BJ is my church amp. The next smallest amp I have is my Bad Cat Classic Cat, but it's a non-Master amp, which makes it a little more difficult to use in a low-volume setting. * the Twin is 77 pounds * I don't NEED 100 watts. I am planning on recording with my last band for their new EP, and part of that will be using a Baritone Jaguar... Now for THAT application, 100 watts of clean would be cool. For most everything else, I'd likely run it at the 15 watts by removing two tubes and setting the power to 'Low'. * I had a Pro Tube Super before, and the thing was loud as all hell. However, that amp had no Low power mode I've always wanted a Twin style amp, and while I realize it's not an accurate 'reissue' of a twin, it sounds like a versatile amp.