After numeral volume complaints from bandmates and soundguys alike, I decided to sell my Mexican Fender Blues Dlx. Craving the focused Tweed sound, I set out to replace it with a LE Tweed Blues Jr. I know and have met so many working and professional musicians that praise this as their go-to, for its great sound and practicality that I have come to revere and want this amp for a while. On the way to check one out, I ran into a Vintage '73 Traynor YGM-3 for the same price- $450. This thing was cool. It had that Funky Vintage vibe, ptp wiring, 20 watts, and sounded awesome, a lot like an EL84'd Deluxe Reverb. Didn't love the awkward and bulky size, or the short but wide sounding Reverb, but it had an incredible sounding Trem and was a Vintage ptp tube amp for less than $500. I ended up getting the Blues JR. for practicalities sake- I can play it in so many more situations (studio, stage, bedroom), they are dime-a-dozen for replacement and repairs, easier to tote, and it's just a classic sound. I also have a Supa-Trem that doesn't necessarily warrant the Traynor's Trem. But my bass player won't let me live this down- I passed up a cool vintage amp for an amp I can get anywhere, anytime, he says. I know it comes down to taste, but I can't help thinking about that Traynor. Does anyone have any scoops on this YGM-3 that I haven't seen on this forum? Did I make a big mistake passing up a Vintage ptp tube amp for a dime-a-dozen Mexican made Fender? Let me have it.