1 Toxophilite 10 months ago I picked up a used Quilter 101 Reverb for a little less than $200 of the retail price to try it out and see if i liked it. I was comparing it to one of my vibrolux reverb builds by plugging it into the vibroluxe's speakers and comparing. I would say I liked the vibrolux more, however I should've compared them with the bright switch on the vibrolux reverb disengaged. The quilter doesn't have a bright switch so you can't get that high zing unless you really crank it. I had it up around 6 and it had a good sound. The reverb is a little digital sounding but pretty good.. i preferred my vibrolux but I'm going to try it in rehearsal with my rock/pop band on wednesday and see what it's like a little louder, and compare it with the vibrolux with no bright switch.interestingly I asked Pat Quilter about if I could install one and after giving me a disclaimer about high voltages etc he gave me very thorough and well thought out instructions on how to do so which I though was pretty dam cool!.