51 ruger9 4 months ago OK, quick review since I've has a chance to sit down in MY house with MY guitars...Punchy, yes. Gritty yes BUT only after you wind it up a bit..... I can do that here, but many people would not be able to, it's loud enough to disturb neighbors. The overdrive is MUCH nicer than the Princeton's tho... I know some people love it, but I always thought the PR had crappy, cheap-sounding, ratty, overdrive. Clean tones are what it excels at.Basically, I'd say the Tremoverb is a fatter, smoother, PR... with much better OD when cranked up. In a nutshell. In the end, not sure I'll keep both (altho "in the end" could be a year or more from now LOL).The Supro IS a great tele amp... it has alot of body, and I don't just mean bass- it's bass but also low mids and mid mids. That, along with it's high end than CANNOT get ice picky, and it's a perfect tele amp. I'm shocked they discontinued them. I haven't yet found one of my OD pedals that sounds as good with it ... that may take some tweaking...OH- also mates better with my Gretsch (with Filtertrons) than the PRRI does. Those pickups have alot of highs and lows. The PRRI has alot of highs and lows. I find the MIDS of the Supro better compliment the Gretsch. And no- "just turn the treble down" on the PRRI is NOT the same thing... I know alot of people here will think those comments sacrilege, but you have to bear in mind- I am not EVER going for a Chet Atkins tone. If that's what "That Great Gretsch Sound!" is, I'm not interested. I always like a little grit, I like fatness, and I like NON-ice-pick trebles. The Supro delivers on that very well, with the Hot Rod/Filtertrons. As well as the tele.