I've been enjoying my new AC30HH Heritage so much, I felt I should record some sort of demo for you to enjoy/ignore (whichever you want !) I know my style is very different to a lot of AC30 users out there, but here it is anyway ;- http://www.box.net/shared/static/8yupagkcgk.mp3 Guitar is a Les Paul with PAF-style pups. Cab is a rear-ported 2x12, loaded with G12-65s. All tones are completely from the amp. Only reverb and delay is added. No compression, no EQ fiddling Most of these tones are recorded using the EF86 channel, which I have to say I far prefer. Unfortunately, all tones were with the amp on the half power setting, and also attenuated 16dB with a Hotplate, due to volume constraints at home. The amp definately sounds fuller and more organic with less attenuation, but that is the only option I had at home. I'll be honest and admit that I'm not a huge fan of the amp's own higher gain tones. I get much nicer ones boosting with pedals, but on this recording the two higher gain "soloish" lines are purely from the amp (EF86 channel, max gain). For me, the amp excels at slightly breaking up tones, which are clean if you play light, but crunch into OD if you dig in. It's amazingly articulate, too. When the soundclip gets to the "chorus" bit there are 3 guitar lines all interlinking (and a 4th when the "solo" line comes in). With a lesser amp, it would have turned to mush, but with the AC30, I can hear each line articulately. Fantastic ! See what you think.