Got myself an Artist (Aussie brand) Tweedtone 20R tube amp that is really impressive. A sort of Blues Junior clone but at half the price and with a few more knobs, made in China. I tried it against a Blues Junior and found it not vastly dissimilar but with a greater tonal capability. I got a bit curious as to whether this was an original model, a copy or a rebrand. After doing some research I found that it is identical to the Belcat Tube 20R, which is also branded as a Subzero, apart from the cabinet design. Even the instruction sheet that masquerades as the manual is the same apart from the name of the amp. Seems to be a common marketing ploy to sell the same product under diferent brand names for diferent countries. Nothing new in that though as the Japanese were doing the same thing with guitars in the sixties and seventies. The Tweedtone is 20watt RMS, 12"Celestial seventy 80 speaker, 2 EL84 Electro harmonic and 3 12AX7 Electro Harmonix tubes. Here are a few pics for those interested. It is one impressive amp, good range of tone, seems robustly made and, based on the couple of gigs it's done so far, definitely a keeper.