26 giffenf 1 year ago Well that didn’t go the way I’d envisioned. I went to the Victoria seller’s house and plugged into his 45410. The bright channel sounded OK at low volume, but when I turned it up, the low end farted out and everything distorted in an unhappy way. So I switched to the Normal channel. It popped, crackled, and then fizzled out altogether. Like they say on “Law and Order,” “We’re done here.”So I swung by TrueTone to see what they had to offer. Played through a new Vibro King, 2 different ‘67 Super Reverbs, an ‘82 Princeton Reverb, a hand wired Tweed Twin reissue, a ‘65 Pro Reverb, a ‘68 Princeton Reverb reissue, and a Chris Stapleton signature Princeton. And I liked the Vibro King and the ‘65 Pro Reverb best (they had 2 ‘70s Master Volume Twin Reverbs, but there’s a whole thread about those so I didn’t try them). But none of them really grabbed me in a good way. And most of the amps I tried were priced about the same. So my conclusion was to go home and play what I have and think about it some more.