Hey, all. So we had a pretty big and varied show here yesterday. Two tweed Blues Jrs. were on stage--stock, as far I know. Over about 4 hours of music, they were used, singly and dually (that is, sometimes just one Blues Jr. in use, sometimes both) for keyboards, a Tele, a banjo w/ an onboard pickup, an acoustic with a sound hole pickup, and even, once, for vocals. Quite the eclectic mix of genres, textures, tones, bands, players, tempos, volume levels, singers, instruments. I was very impressed by the amps. A lot of depths and complexities to the notes, lushness but distinctness to the chords. Very clear and rich when used for voice. Very responsive, with just the right degrees of compression and distortion available if the player or singer dug in, and very sensitive to nuances, too. The hall has a good bit of natural resonance, so the reverb levels were very low on both amps--about 2.5. Volume levels were at about 3.5. One's Master was at about 6, the other at 3.5. EQ's about Noon on both. Spaced about 12 feet apart, set up on wooden chairs. I guess I had unconsciously picked up the claim or cliche that they're mediocre at best, and kinda noisy, at that. But they seemed dead quiet. And they are sure handsome-looking amps! Not about to buy one as I'm plenty amped up, but am I way off about their merits, and do their flaws decisively undermine these merits? Meaning, down the road, my amp-gluttony may fixate on snagging one of these things. That Tele, particularly, was ringing buttah through it! That particular player/singer was using mostly the neck pickup, and she sounded great. I was doing just acoustic/acoustic+fiddle stuff, so I didn't directly use the amps myself, but I am intrigued now!