HERE THEY ARE MY FRIENDS! FTR37 CLIPS! PICS! REVIEW! I condensed all the good parts from the last thread to this one. I will delete the last thread as soon as i feel most of the people got the news of this one. All the clips where recorded with a Shure SM57 off center on the G12H30 in a Divided by 13 open back 2X12 cab (G12H30+Blue). They were all recorded with a stock Fender USA Telecaster. I decided to not compress the file or put any plug ins on it so you guys can hear the most accurate clips i could make. Because of that, the volume goes up and down quite a bit and the over all clip may be soft. My goal with these clips was not to show my playing ability, but the amp's ability. I am not a lead guitarist, i'm more of a lead singer/rythm guitarists who just loves tone. All clips were recorded on half power. Here are descriptions of each section of the clip. All reverb channel clips were set with the bass and treble around 11 o' clock. with the volume around 1 o' clock. All click channel clips were set with the click on about 1 o' clock and the volume at 9 o' clock. 1. Clean Picking on Reverb Channel 2. Pushing the clean a little on Reverb Channel (Sensitivity to picking) 3. Clean to Pushing clean by just strumming harder on Reverb Channel) 4. Click channel Dirty to Clean 5. Click channel Chords 6. Click channel Riff Thing 7. Reverb Channel w/ Reverb set at 3 o' clock There is a lot more gain on tap than showed on some of the click channel clips and the switchazel boosts sounds absolutely amazing for lead riffs. I will record more clips with my band mates in the near future with a les paul or vintage sg so you guys can hear some lead stuff. I am also recording an album in December, so i will let you guys know when that is done. http://members.cox.net/jonathanobrien/D13FTR37.mp3 REVIEW FROM JAM SESH: Just got home from a long day of practice, I LOVE THIS AMP! I have always been able to find so many things i didn't like about an amp, until today. For starters, my band plays really ambient rockin music along the lines of Coldplay or Engine Down for those of you familiar with the indie scene. The other guitarist in my band has a new Vox AC30cc. Before i got this amp i was playing an Orange Ad30 head out of an Orange 2x12 cab loaded with v30's. The amp sounded great in the studio but had a tendency to be a bit piercing. I could also never hear myself when i was playing with my band, the amp was plenty loud but simply would not cut. I'm sure this had to do with the closed back cab but anways ... now for the juicy stuff. I set up my new rig and we roll right into our first song. The amp is sitting PERFECTLY in the mix, every note is extremely clear and distinct and for once i finally felt as if my amp was a part of playing. This amp paired up the Switchazel opens up an entire world of possibilities. I can go from beautifully round and sparkly cleans with some of the most brilliant reverb i've ever heard (especially for this ambient type stuff) and with the click of a switch i can seemlessly switch to the roaring overdrive of the click channel. This channel tricked me so many times today. I would be playing between songs, thinking i'm on the reverb channel until i look down at my footswitch and realize i'm still on the second, this amp cleans up unbelievably well. The boost on the Switchazel is also a perfect match for the amp. This amp will be sticking around for a very very long time. PICTURE OF MY BABY!: Let me know what you think. We may not have the same taste in music since i'm only 17, but i hope that these clips can help some people. Please let me know if they are helpful and what i can do better. Please keep in mind i just did this in my room, these clips do not completely do the amp justice, and where the amp really shines is in a live/jam situation.