I saw him once, in 1972 at a 1600 capacity theatre, with 700 folks there to see the headliner, The J. Geils Band. He had a grand piano, a guitar player with a red Tele, and a drummer. He performed "Captain Jack" among other early songs.
My band played a gig in Fairfax, VA, and the previous band's guitarist had the whole 30th Anniversary half stack. He offfered to let me use it for our set and I took him up on it. It was a blast to play through. Very striking appearance-wise, too.
Nice to read about a different amp. I'd keep it. This and the Super Six must be the guitar amps Fender had in mind to be in the same band with the monster PS400 Bass/anything amp, with all three 18" cabs.