I had a chance to noodle around in the amp room at my fav guitar store this weekend. Played the new Bogner Duende, Carr Vincent, and some Divided By 13s. The amp that got my attention was the Divided By 13 CJ11. By far the best "tweed deluxe" style amp I've ever heard (I've also played the new Fender '57 tweed deluxe reissue). I was blown away by the piano-like clarity of the notes and huge, non-flabby bass (I was playing a strat). Single coil pickups sounded heavenly. Plug straight in and there's not a bad sound. If you're looking for a tweed deluxe "clone", look elsewhere. If you're looking for a tweed deluxe with all those little "improvements" you'd like to make, this is it. Instead of 2 volume controls, there's a volume and master volume. Instead of a tone control, there is bass and treble. It's only 11 watts Class A... but it's pretty loud. I was literally floored by the sound from this cool, simple little amp... and I played it side-by-side with all the other boutiques. I like tweed, though.