First came across the super 60 at a recording studio and the engineer there said it recorded really well. It did indeed - I used it on that session. He also said there were very few sold in the UK and that he'd played another that was nothing like it and he'd heard they varied. Each time I recorded there I used it for something. I always had in mind that it was a High end amp. Then I saw one advertised locally for £210 it sounded great so I snapped it up. For years I played this in unison with my Marshall 50 stack the Marshall providing the beef and gain and the super 60 just breaking up in the gain channel set a little brighter. I also used a 2x12 Celestion greenback cab as an extension for it for stage spread. Then I swapped it out for the DRRI and it has been a backup amp ever since. Recently I dug it out and took it to my amp tech. It was working fine except the reverb was weak. I asked him to retube it get the reverb better and brighter and tweak it it make it sound as good as he could and more vintage. Wow. He put JJs in there rewired the reverb and tweaked the caps or some other stuff to tame the lower mid hump and make the top end is so much sweeter. The Gain channel is now lovely and is extremely flexible. I've swapped it out sometimes with the DRRI just for the hell of it and my second guitarist has been using it sometimes and every time he uses it I think it sounds so much better than his regular Fender Hot Rod. It's also worth mentioning That the clean channel is very pure and clean and has huge headroom and takes pedals pretty we'll. I've even used the POD3 set for bassman vibro and others in the clean channel with good results. This is a very loud amp indeed. I recently swapped out the knobs for black ones took off the super 60 logo and used a silicon based car product to blacken the covering. Looks like a mystery Fender combo now reading the above thread I now really fancy getting a Rex for it. I thought the stock did a pretty good job myself but everything can be improved. Anyone one tried and kept another speaker in this and if so how was it better than stock?