There was this amp for sale locally. I scouted all demos I could find and figured, why not ? It was a doctor's and the guy never found time to use it, so it remained unplayed for all these years ! Six year old and still has all tags on it. First thing ... this combo is HEAVY, must be made of concrete slabs or something (probably MDF). It's around 50 pounds if not more. All the ones I've seen either came with a single 12" or 3X10" (?). This 2X10" version talked to me, I like 2X10". It is a VERY LOUD amp but still perform well enough on volumes that won't shatter glass. 2 channels. The clean side has a 3 position crunch knob (normal, 1 & 2). Crystal clear tones out of this channel. Crunch #1 position is nice and rich, though treble has to be set low (to my taste). Lead side of the amp though is unusable by itself, or maybe my ear is just not accustomed to a very very bright gain. It has pre volume and post volume. Pre volume past 2½ gets fizzy, under that it's fine. Gain tuned with post volume is very usable. For the first hour playing it, I was a little disapointed in the "native tone" of that amp. A bit too clean, even if it demonstrate the compression of tubes. Only when I put an OD pedal in front of it did it really revieled itself. That thing is a beast of nice rich tones. I haven't gone through the FX loop yet. One car porn pic. One controls pic.