I am spending the weekend A/Bing between a Blonde Tone Master Twin a friend lent me, and a New Super Twin Tone Master I just bought. Posting on this forum as well as some others Disclaimer: All thoughts subjective, of course. Tone Master Super Vs. Tone Master Twin Blonde (Cleans) To match the same level of fullness, you have to turn the Twin a level, or level and a half higher that the Super. If you have the Super on 4, you need to turn the Twin up to 5 or 5 and 1/2 to get the same level of volume and fullness. So far, liking the tone better on the Super as well, and have duplicated the same EQ settings on both. Also, the Reverb seems better on the Super, but wonder if that is because it has more speakers? Of course both amps have different speakers (the Blonde has G12 Neo Creamback, the Super has Jensen P10R alnico), so not sure how to factor that into the equation, and so far only been playing clean, (heard the Creambacks come into their own with more distortion). So far I played clean at 1 Watt and 5 watt setting with a Tele, 335, Strat, and Casino. Tone Master Super Vs. Tone Master Twin Blonde (Distortion) While I thought the Super had a better, cleaner, fuller sound, the Twin might have a slight edge when taking dirt pedals. I had both EQ's set at 6 for Bass. Middle, and Treble. I have run a Tele, Strat, 335, and Casino through a Jackson Audio Prism (boost), Strymon Deco (tape saturation) and Danelectro Roebuck (mosfet clone), separately, and sometimes in combination. The Twin seems to give a more pleasant tone, with the frequencies more evened out . The Super seems to be bass heavy, and slightly muddy in the low end. I can even it out by taking the Bass down to 5 and 4, but I think the Twin still slightly out performs the Super in this area. I ran this test both at the 1 watt, and 5 watt settings. The differences were much less pronounced at the 5 watt setting, than at the 1 watt setting, and might become more unnoticeable as you increase the wattage. The Super is not bad, just the Twin "slightly" better. This might be where the Creambacks in the Blonde Twin come into their own. Will update more as I get the chance. While I have owned a blackface 65 Super years ago (40 years ago), this Tone Master is the first "Twin" I have ever played. Would love to hear anyone's opinions who have had both real tube versions.