My first Boogie. Got it a few days ago, actually. Been playing it so much I haven't even removed the tags yet. I'm having the time of my life on it. Great base for a slide rig. Not really enough gain on it's own with the tele to pull it off but it adopted my pedalboard with only minor tweaks. P90s roar with it. The EQ was pretty easy to sort out too. The onboard reverb is nice but gets a bit too much for me past about 9 o'clock even without running much gain. It's my first amp with a master volume, and I've found it to be quite effective. I still like to play it loud if I can, but it doesn't take too much away when I need things to be reasonable to disappoint me. The owner's manual might be the most comprehensive and thought-out manual I've ever had come with an amp. It really helped me to understand how the EQ worked, how it interacted with the other EQ knobs, and how it responded to changes in volume and gain. I was running a Marshall SV20H prior but after a few days with this it went up for sale. I've been using the Boogie through a 1x12 with an Alnico Cream. As you can see, it's kind of big for the 1x12. Always wanted to run a 2x10, so that may be the next purchase. If any of you have this amp or another tweed-style circuit and run a 2x10, let me know your thoughts on speakers. Right now I'm leaning towards an American-style and an 65W Creamback, but I'm open to suggestions. I have the 12" GA-SC64 in the 70s Deluxe Reverb and absolutely adore it, but the 10" version of that speaker is only 20W. If any of you know of a similar speaker with a bit more power-handling, let me know.