1 tubwompus 3 weeks ago Soooo.....I have a bud whose always been peripherally in the local music scene. At one point about 20 years ago, he bought up a buncha gear to try to take it to the next level. One of the things he bought was a silver-panel Bassman head. Saw it myself lo’ those many moons ago. Fast forward 20 years later. Because of his ultra-successful plumbing/HVAC/electrical binness, still peripheral on the scene. I asked if he still had the Bassman head and if so, would he want to sell it. His reply was that it was buried in his warehouse and he’d dig it out one day soon.That day was yesterday. Climbs down from his loft with, not the ‘70’s Bassman head, but a ‘66 Showman head. Now, I SAW the ‘70’s Bassman head with my own two eyedrums! I remember him telling me he’d had it serviced by the local (at the time) amp guru and he bitched that the guru’s flunkie had switched out his red pilot light jewel for a purple one. So the galldang Bassman did/does exist! And he only remembers ever owning 1 Fender head.Anyway, he has no more need for the Showman than he does the now mythical Bassman. I already have a Twin so I don’t need another 85-watt arc welder but my question is:Is there any utility for a mainly recording-type guy like me within this beast?(BTW the chassis ser.# shows ‘66 but the inner sticker’s code is January of ‘65 and nope, not a “DUAL” Showman.)Otherest thing is the only cab I have is a Vox 2x12 with 30-watt greenbacks so’s I’d need to score a cab with the prerequisite juice with which to run the head through.Thoughts? Anybody? Hello?