I said I would do a review when I got this amp. My goal was to get a louder version of my ac15 and possibly a step up in quality from the usual OEM stuff. I had considered the Vox handwire but decided to try this route instead. I bought it from Guitar Amps USA which is a US distributor for Ceriatone. To settle what seemed to be at question in other threads, the shipping was included in the price. It shipped super fast too. I called the guy who runs the site. He was a really nice guy and super helpful. I can't remember his name, wish I could. He was very friendly, answered all my questions, etc. So customer service was superior. I got exactly what I was looking for and more. It does the Vox thing to a tee. It is 30 watts through 4xEL84 but you can half the power via a back panel switch. It essentially disconnects two of the tubes. It is much larger and heavier than I expected. You can get an idea from the picture as it is sitting on my Express 5:25. It is built like a tank. I would rate the build quality as exceptional. Sorry the pic is blurry. It was a quick cell phone pic. It is a true 2 channel amp with a standard Vox AC30 style channel (left) and an EF86 channel (right). I have mostly played through the high input of the EF86 channel so far as it immediately brings me to AC15 land. It is a little sharper and tighter than my AC15. Some of that may be the speaker, Private jack vs Greenback, but I think a good part of it is due to being a more powerful amp. The tone control on this channel is indented which I think is great as it probably won't change much while moving it around. It has separate effect loops for each channel. They are accessed via 1/4" TRS connectors. It also has a speaker phase setting too. I haven't used it live yet, soon. It dirt's up nicely as you crank it up but also has plenty of headroom to use as a pedal platform. It's in stiff competition right now with my Marshall 1987x as my #1. The volume on the Dizzy 30 is much more controllable. It has a master volume but at 30 watts it just operates in a very usable volume range. The Marshall is brutally loud at a molecular volume knob setting. I've been running an EQ through the loop to tame it which works very well. This amp is very very very different from the Marshall. The Marshall is tight and bright and cuts like a knife. It's like the muscle car of amps. The Dizzy is warmer and a bit grainy sounding, in a good way, even at cleaner settings. It is articulate and touch sensitive. Like any new piece of gear I need to live with it for a while and see it in action a few times, let the newness ware off a little, before my opinion becomes truly solidified. As of right now I'm really enjoying it!