I'm well beyond NAD on this one but I wanted to take my time with it. Firstly, I just want to say dealing with Chris was terrific. He was super helpful in answering some questions and implementing a few minor mods. The build fit and finish is superb. Delivery was on time. The Dizzy Bird contains both the Tall Bird Reverb and Vinny Amp in one head. The two are internally connected such that you can plug in to the tall bird and it automatically feeds the Vinny without the need for any patch cable. You can also use the Tall Bird and Vinny independently. The Vinny also includes a line-out so you can run it as a preamp into another larger amp for instance and get a nice tunable crunch at lower volumes. As far as sound goes, this is exactly what I was looking for. I've wanted a low wattage amp with reverb for years and the Dizzy Bird is that and then some. My current other amps are a DRRI and JTM1 and I've previously owned a Princeton Reverb and Silvertone 1482. My first impression was that I had never, in many many years been so enthralled with playing direct into an amp without any pedals at all. I generally play with a small board and my chain is almost always compressor/drive/delay/loop. Lately my board has been Union Lab, Montreal Assembly Positive, El Cap or Tonal Recall, EHX 360. When the Dizzy first arrived I must have played for four or five hours straight in. The amp has such a nice compression to it naturally and can achieve musical crunchiness so easily that it rendered the compressor and drive basically unnecessary. The Tall Bird reverb can get so wet that I found it was doing for me what I'm normally using a delay to achieve. All of this is not to say that it doesn't sounds great with pedals, but it has been a joy to have an amp that I can just plug direct into and get most of the sounds I usually need pedals for. I ordered this with a slightly-larger-than-normal 10" cab loaded with a Celestion Gold. I also had Chris add a tone knob which is not standard on the Vinny - he was clever and implemented it using a concentric knob where the large ring is Volume and the smaller is Tone. As the Vol/Tone are on the rear of this amp, having both adjustments in one location is perfect. One thing I wasn't really expecting, but have been playing a lot, is essentially using the Vinny as my 'drive' channel. I plug the Dizzy direct out into the non verb side of the DRRI and switch between the clean of the DRRI and the delicious grit of the Dizzy feeding the DRRI with a A/B/Y splitter. This amp is beautiful sounding in its own right, but I really just cannot overstate what a great addition this is to a Fender style amp with two channels.