Given the recent musings about "boutique amps" I thought I'd show and tell. I've been playing Goodsell amps 10 years and I've settled on these three. The gold Super 17 is my main gig amp, loud and full bodied, I love it. Perfect grit all the time w/ master and volume controls, no overdrive pedal is needed or wanted. The 6550 is a smaller room amp although is still pretty loud, 17-19watts, it's clean, very hifi sounding. It's the tele of amps. If you don't put something into it, you get nothing. Let's you know right away if you're sloppy. And the Fawn V6, just lush. When i want scooped mids and chime, this is the amp. Beautiful sounding (the deluxe $ender wishes they could build). I record a lot w/ this amp. L-R Goodsell V6 MkIV w/ WGS alnico 12 in Fawn, a Goodsell 6550 (princeton platform) 2x8 (one alnico one ceramic WGS) in Lacquered Tweed and bottom, Goodsell Super 17 MkIV in Gold Sparkle. (and a sTalkovich t90 koa/mahogany).