I currently have 2 Fender Pro Juniors and I just sold my Marshall Class 5. I have 4 well selected pedals to run with my single channel non-master volume combos.... TS808 OD, Fulltone OCD OD, MXR M78 Distortion, and Earthquaker Devices Dispatch Master Reverb/Delay. As you can imagine this is a very portable rig, but I decided I wanted even more portability as in not needing any pedals if I didn't want to bring them. I researched many Small two channel amps and the best features and most portability is the H&K Tubemeister 18 1x10 combo. It is almost exactly the same size and weight as the Fender Pro Junior, but it has 2 channels, a boost feature, effects loop and digital reverb. It also has 1w, 5w, and 18w selectability built in. These sell for $699, and a footswitch is $50 extra. I passed on the footswitch until I decide if the amp is as good in person as it is on paper and in videos. I used a 20% off coupon and got the amp for $560 shipped to my door. It is scheduled to arrive Monday 5/14. I have been through so many very good amps... Egnaters, Blackstars, Orange, Marshalls, Buddas, Fenders, Peaveys, Vox, Engl, etc... All have been very good, but none has had all the features and portability I wanted. Some were great, but single channel amps with master volumes that did not provide enough flexibility (Vox, Egnater, Orange) The Buddas were great, but not for low volume playing. The H&K looks to be a great combination of the features I want, but it is all about TONE, let's see how it performs after it arrives. If it is as good as I hope, then one of my Fender Pro Juniors will be up on the block along with one or two pedals.