I just got back another Naylor from Doug Roccaforte. He did his High Gain Mod on it, and, once again, it's just fantastic to my taste. I have an SC38 & an SD60 that Doug also modified that have been my "gold standard" for a while now (all three chassis, by the way, once belonged to Naylor collector extraordinaire of Houston, Charlie D). This one is the chassis with which Dan Russell and Joe Naylor developed the original SuperClub 38's and, apparently, the Electroverb38's for Naylor. (It was a SuperClub ?? when I got it.) I asked Doug to give this one a "darker" than usual voice & give it the same, smooth, gorgeous, 4-stage overdrive that he's done with the others. He certainly delivered. This thing sounds great! It seems to be slightly lower output than my first modded SC38, so it's somewhat different but has the same great tone. Now I have a Rocca-modded SuperDrive60 (Knocks Down Walls) a Rocca-modded SuperClub38 (loud enough for most any gig) and the Rocca-modded prototype SuperClub38 (the great tone & OD at even more managable levels--though it can still get plenty loud if needed.) It makes me wonder why I've gone through hundreds of amps when, for me, at least, this is as good as it gets! The only other amp I've held onto is a Dabeck Custom 50-watt head (which I also love). All the others don't measure up (to my taste, of course.) although many were really good amps. I really appreciate that Doug can work his magic on already terrific Naylor amps and that he's so accessible & flexible during the process (and, HE"S FAST!). By the way, here's one thing I've learned: the Naylor amps were not all that consistent, I think. It seems you have to start with a Naylor that you really like the tone of to begin with, which was the case with the three I've kept. I've had a couple that didn't sound so great to begin with, and I didn't like them as much after they were modded either.