I am interested in one day in the not so distant future joining the super-sonic 22 club - but am reconsidering - help me out: You see I am a tinkerer, I tinker with amps and guitars, doing the eastern-europan thing where we buy cheap and try to fix up - this is typical of us because we already pay more for fenders than US prices on lower salaries - ButI really want an amp that works well - out of the box! I thought Super-sonic 22 would do the trick - but many people seem to tinker with speakers and tube-changes, and attentuators and rectifiers - I have never played a vintage 30 in anything but marshalls - and I only played marshalls because they were there - I am a fender/laney guy, I like cleans and grit, rather tahn "creamy" distortion ... I want a fender sound with some grit (genres: country-blues to just "music") The made in USA Hot Rod I currently own, almost does it, except for the wrong kind of grit on the drive channel and of course nagging fear of corroded entrails and burned chassis (and weight and extensive loudness) killing it off one day. I am a fan of jensen c12n speakers (never heard webers in real life), like the high treble (presence over half way up usually, with my tele or strat. So I guess my question is - does anyone like the super-sonic 22 combo as is? Is the super-sonic for me - it is over1000 Euro, which means I would have to sell my HRD and my laney vc15 and my 6-string bass (I would sell my Bugera v22 but it does not fetch as much as it sounds good) - and probably my zoom g9.2 tt pedal... - leaving me with just an amp and guitar - depending on the amp for drive and reverb. - I do not want to start buying modding etc. - What do you experienced wise people think?