Let me start with a little background. I normally play through my Super Champ x2 and use the clean channel w/Boss BD-2 or the Deluxe Reverb and Vox models. I found that I was spending more and more time using the Vox clean and crunch settings that I made with the Fuse software. I was really liking them a lot. So I have been spending time over the last couple of weeks researching the Vox AC10 and Vox Night Train amps. I was able to play through a AC10 at a local guitar shop and I just loved the way it sounded. But that being said I was not making any definite plans to buy anything in the near future, I was just kicking the tires on a few options. Well, I came across a used Vox Night Train 15C1-CL (Limited Edition) in "Excellent Condition" for 50% off the retail price on GCs website. This was too good of a deal for me to pass up. I'm pretty sure that it was priced incorrectly because it was priced the same as a used "regular" NT15C1 combo in "Great Condition" and their price difference when new is $200. But from what I can gather, the only real difference is the classic look of the limited edition. Anyway, so here we are, it arrived and when I took it out of the box it was in pristine shape, not a scratch or even a smudge on it. It's in perfect condition, it's like I had taken out of the original box for the very first time. So how does it sound? Well, absolutely beautiful clear and crisp cleans and loads of glorious classic rock crunch, pure Vox goodness. It comes with a 12" Celestion Greenback which is perfect for this amp, the same speaker as the AC15. Lots of tone options with the EQ, 2-channels, the Thick switch (bypasses EQ and adds gain) and the Dark switch (tames high frequencies). I found that I prefer the Bright channel with the Dark switch engaged and I was able to dial up a tone that made my Blacktop Tele sound like I had always hoped it would sound. It has never sounded nearly as good through any of my other amps as it does through the NT. Then I plugged in my Epiphone JB Goldtop and as I strummed the guitar for the first time I think that I heard angels sing. Just amazing!! And my Strat just eats it up. I know that I am still in the Honeymoon stage but I am really thrilled with how it sounds. It's my first "real" tube amp and I couldn't be happier and I feel like I got a great deal on it as well.