1 jalexanderdixon 2 weeks ago For the past 20 years I’ve played Fender amps, but mine are simply too big for me needs. I’ve got a SF Super Reverb and a black faced 68 Bandmaster Reverb. I play them clean (never past 3 or maybe 4 if gigging) and sometimes add a bit of dirt. I like a big warm sound and both get me there. Tried a PRRI this year and it was too weak by comparison. Much better through a 1x12 cab. I now have a 15 watt 1x12 Dr Z (no reverb) on the way. Got a deal on it and am looking forward to trying something a bit different in the small amp category. I’ve always wondered, though, what if I could take my two-channel Fenders and turn them into a stereo amp. I know this isn’t possible, but then I found out Swart makes a 2x5w stereo head. I could run this through my 15 and 12 cabs as well as use all of my stereo pedals. Wondering what you Swart experts think? I understand they sound quite different from the Fender BF and SF tones. Some say they are more like a Tweed, so are these only good if breaking up? Would I have manageable cleans compared to a 40w Fender on 3?