I recently acquired an Emery SuperBaby, 1X10 cab with Weber Blue Pup speaker and Weber Mini Mass. I found a killer deal on Reverb and pulled the trigger. I got those plus about $400 worth of tubes for just over $1000. Most of you probably know about Emery Sound amps. The Superbaby is a small tube amp that puts out 6-12 watts. You can run just about any preamp tube, power tube and rectifier tube without the need to re-bias the amp. You can use a 4, 8 or 16 Ohm speaker. I'm liking this amp very much. Swapping tubes is fun and different tubes really do sound different. If you start with an EL84 (have to use the yellowjacket adapter) to a 6V6 to a 6L6 to an EL34, there is quite a bit of sound difference between them. My favorite cab to pair with this amp so far is a 4X10 Traynor cab loaded with Weber alnicos. It's surprising to hear just how much this amp can push. You throw a 6550 power tube in there and it screams. I have nearly every tube you can use in this amp except for a KT90. My favorite tube combination so far is 12AX7 (old Telefunken), EL34 (old RCA) and 5Y3GT (old RCA). The 12AX7 hits hard into the EL34 which breaks up at a modest volume while still letting you get a clean by backing off your guitar volume and the 5Y3GT gives a semi-spongy feel.