There aren't a whole lot of these in the wild yet, but I figured I might as well get the club up and running. For those of you who are not familiar with this amp, this is VHT's take on those mythical and magical unicorns built by one Howard Alexander Dumble. It is a single channel 50 watt head powered by three 12xa7's and two 6L6's. I'm not sure if VHT modeled this after an actual Dumble or one of its many boutique clones, all I know is that it sounds great, it's built very well, and the price is tough to beat. I've got it running through an Avatar 1x12 cab with an oval port open back cab loaded with a G12 K100 AND man does it sing. It definitely does the Robben Ford thing, it has that warm, round, growly, honking tone in spades. The cleans are very bell like, they are smooth and balance and have just the right amount of chime but with enough mids to cut through a mix without being strident or harsh. I'm really impressed with how much tone VHT was able to pack into this amp for under $1000. So welcome new owners! Drop your comments and experiences below. Future owners y'all are welcome too, please feel free to ask any questions you might be curious about. Cheers!