For years, I've known of Traynor Amps. Never really had experience with one until I attended a 'Fall Social' for our local chapter of the Blues Society. I played a YGM3 (hand wired re-issue)on stage that belonged to the host and it sounded fantastic. I finally picked one up. It is probably sweetest sounding amp I've ever played at a LOW VOLUME! This thing is the ideal 'bedroom' amp. At the lowest volume, it sounds completely full. It's a 20 watt, EL84 based, hand wired point to point, single channel non-master vol amp, equipped with one 12" Jensen, with a full CLOSED BACK cabinet design. This thing develops incredible bass without being muddy and takes all of my pedals very well, better than most. I had a Boogie LSS, that on 5 watts sounded great, but never sounded close to this good at a low volume. When pushed, it has a really nice, creamy breakup, and pushed hard, is a wonderful natural overdrive without being excessively loud, not blowing out your eardrums. It's a perfect small stage amp too. All I can say is wow. Won't break the bank either. Around $1100 Only thing negative I can think of, is new out of the box, speaker needs to be broken in, but does so fairly quickly and once broken in, is pretty sweet. Anyone else try one of these great amps?