I been thinking of buying a not-too-expensive tube-amp for homeuse and rehearsals. The amp I'm looking for has gotta differ pretty much soundwise from my modded Marshall 1987X ... I would like to have a different amp, wanting to expoit more new territory, and another amp can also come handy combined with my Marshall for live use. I've been wanting a good Fender amp for a while, and I consider hunting down and checking oput this Fender '68 Custom Deluxe Reverb 2-Channel, 22 Watts: According to the hype this baby has: "the classic look and sound of its predecessor with some modern updates, like both channels containing both reverb and tremolo. The custom channel even has a modified Bassman tone stack for the ultimate in versatility." Interesting ... Bassman-ish-action goin' on there, too ..? But I cant seem to find a store in Oslo that has one of these. My experience with Fender amps are pretty limited, but I like the Deluxe Reverbs, that the ones I have played most, love old Bassmans of course ... Cant afford a real Blackface now, though. What I wonder most about, though, is how this amp would sound cranked up, with tube-torturing distortion, how it breaks up ... 22 watts are perfect for blasting at rehearsal, so this could easily be used for both live and rehearsals too. So I wonder, does anyone here have this amp and recommend it, for LOUD use?