More specifically the AC15C1, which I now have. I wanted to mention this because I've seen weird opinions about the AC15, and I want to clear it up. If you play a Fender and you think the AC15 sounds overly harsh, its because **the tone circuit doesnt work the way you think**. Vox players will back me up, but maybe the optimal EQ position on a Vox amp with the Top Boost circuit is something like Bass at 10:00, Treble at 2:00. And then this very important: Turn the Master Volume way up. Nearly all the way up if you want. You'll notice that as you bleed in the Channel volume, two things will happen. 1) The amp will become surprisingly full and creamy 2) its *loud*. When I did and played both of my Teles through it-- with a slight Tone Cut adjustment when switching from old-fashioned single coils to p90s-- I realized it was the sound I had been trying to coax out of my Fender amps for ages. Its roaring and yet articulate, perfectly aggressive when played hard, very pretty with the guitar volume backed off, and plays quite nice with pedals. I will admit that you can't necessarily get Country cleans out of it... Not enough headroom. But the color it adds is nothing short of glorious. The simple issue is that the AC15's eq isn't straightforward. The two knobs interact a lot, sometimes in ways that seem counterintuitive. It took me a bit of technical reading to find out why. But I'm glad I did. At first the amp perplexed me, and I was confused as to why anyone would use it on stage. Now I get it. *And* the sound guys at the venues are telling me it sits well with the other guitarist's Deluxe Reverb. Do some reading, turn the Master *way up*, and enjoy yourself thoroughly.