I've had the Cage Corsa now for a couple of months. I ordered it new from Pete Cage and it came in within a week of when he said it would. I wanted to play it for a while before I formed an opinion. I could go on about how great the construction and cab work is but I'd like to talk about the amps tone and what it does well. First of all this amp sits in the mix and on stage as good or better than anything I've ever owned or tried. The Corsa is one of those amps that are made to perform live. The voicing is near perfect. It's not flubby, harsh or ice picky. It's tight and thick sounding with crispy highs and mids that are not in the least bit harsh. This has the full tight bottom of a higher-powered Marshall. It really packs some thump. It seems to fill the room without being painfully loud. Very easy on the ears. The half power switch retains all these qualities as well. Great small to medium club amp. The second thing I really like is it embraces the qualities of your guitar. With my R7 it crunches like a Komet and sings like crazy. If I back off the volume is cleans up nicely and retains the guitars sweetness but still sings and sustains. When I plug in my Suhr Strat it takes on a whole different vibe. It becomes Fendery. It nails the Robert Cray punchy clean thing like crazy or it can get Hendrixy when you dig in. The third thing I really like is it's middle ground overdrive tones. Pete Cage says the goal was a seamless transition into OD. The transition is controlled by you. The amp is so dynamic that it seems to react to your intensity. If I need more crunch this thing eats up the TIM pedal. The OD won't really allow you to get to crazy but what overdrive there is very musical. I can't stand to hear band that uses so much gain that you can't here the notes. The forth thing I really like is the amps clarity. There is no buzzyness or fizz to the notes. The overdrive is so natural sounding. The clean tones almost sound acoustic. I was tired of buying amps and buying into the hype just to be disappointed. The Cage came with no hype. It transmits the sounds of your guitar in a style that will be familiar in texture but a clone of nothing. It seems to emulate the emotions of the music and is truly refreshing to play. If all that isn't enough you can pickup the phone and call the guy that makes them. He builds them one at a time made to order. He even makes the cabs. Pete is very cool to talk to and he knows tone. Last I checked the price was $1375. Unbelievable value for a hand wired, hand built instrument.