Picked up my new Dr. Z Galaxie last night and took it down to rehearsal. Arrived early to get it dialed in a bit. For those not familiar - this is the new, channel-switching, 6L6 amp from Dr. Z. Mine is a 2x10. I really like the Dr. Z 10" ceramic speakers which I also had previously in my Maz Jr. 18. I ran it in Triode mode (has a Triode/Pentode switch 30-40 watts respectively) based on some info I found on the Z forum - saying that the Triode mode would yield a more classic, 40's-50's tone when pushed. The clean channel is....well, clean. As advertised and is nice and Fendery (based on the Tweed Super according to Dr. Z) with good, tight low end. Control knobs are Treble Bass and Presence which are shared by both channels. I found myself rolling the Presence way back to tame the tele high end. I think I ended up running Treble about 11 o'clock and Bass around 12:30 - 1. The overdrive channel has an AMAZING overdrive. Think SRV blues tones that compress so nicely that I turned off my compressor. I am really pleased with the overdrive on this amp - in general (read on). It is a LOUD beast capable of pretty mean rock overdrive - but by the time you get it to that territory you are taking off heads - so an attenuator would be recommended. My main problem, and biggest disappointment with this amp is that when you switch to the overdrive channel - the EQ of the amp changes pretty dramatically. Specifically - your low end gets sliced off. To me, it sounds exactly like what you would get running a TS-808 on a clean amp. As soon as you hit that overdrive, you lose low end. I'm not sure yet if this will be a deal breaker for me or not. I still ended up using the OD channel quite a bit - and the clean channels took my OD's very well. I would venture to say better than any other clean amp I've played. In a way - the EQ of the OD channel helps it cut through for leads - so I can imagine that it was a well-intentioned design element. I'm sure it also helps keep the overdrive from getting fizzy or buzzy (again - much like the 808 design), but - I love my low end. I associate the low end as much with classic tele country styles as I do the notorious treble. And I finally have some pickups that will deliver it just the way I like it (Don Mare 4709's) so - it's a bit frustrating.