1 ruger9 4 weeks ago Well, I've had it about 2 months now, but I wanted to wait until the honeymoon was over before I posted anything...These new Supros are pretty cool. The Tremoverb has been discontinued (likely because they now have the "Keeley 10" in their lineup), but I have to say, it's an AWESOME little amp!I have a PRRI, and also a Bad Cat for "rocking out" lol, but I always wanted an old-school sounding amp... I hesitate to say "octal", because not all the old amps were octal, altho as a tone descriptor, it fits.It's got a forward midrange, and a round-never-bright high end... and it's finally THE amp, I plugged my Filtertron Hot Rod into, I said, THAT'S IT!! THAT'S the tone!!! I have always found the scooped nature of the Filtertron to run counter-purposes to the scooped blackface sound... but then I'm never trying trying to get Chet Atkins tones. I like fat, warm, round tones... I even considered mounting dogear P90s on my Hot Rod like Tavo did, but now I have found THE amp that mates perfectly with the Filtertron'ed Gretsch. I'm in old-school tonal heaven.And I just ordered a Junior Barnyard, to "kick it up a notch!"Anyway, here are some pics, as well as a video (not me obviously) that helps to showcase the tone this thing puts out... no, I'm not saying the Supro=Gretsch Western Tonemaster, but I AM saying the Supro has that old school fat vintage tone, that most amps today don't have, that the old Gretsch does... using this video as my benchmark, I knew the Supro had what I wanted the first time I plugged in.(note: the Tremoverb and other Supros DO sound like Led Zeppelin 1 when cranked, and that's why alot of people like them... that's not my bag. I wanted an old school sounding amp, like EH-185, Vintage 47, GA-50, etc... that's the camp the Tremoverb falls in, for me.)It's like the mids of the amp "fills in the gaps" of the mid-scooped Filtertrons, and really allows the 6120 to sound like it's supposed to (to my ears at least). But as a comparison: an ES-295 with P90s into a Deluxe reverb also sounds like this, because the mids of the P90s "fill in the gaps" of the mid-scooped amp...Nice work inside... nicer than the recent Fender PCB amps I have owned. I'd put this one up there with my Bad Cat Player's Series in quality. All wood construction, built like a brick craphouse, it's a heavy little thing. Speaker has a large magnet as well... no C10R's (like in the PRRI) in this little monster! LOLMy only complaint, and it's minor, is that if you have to change a tube- ANY tube (they are on 2 sides of the chassis), you have to remove the chassis to do so. But how often do you change tubes?