I know most of you here use tube amps and this thread isn't intended to be a solid state versus tube fight. I am not a tube hater and very much appreciate the plethora of classic tube amp designs created over the years. That being said, I'm doing a little reaserch on the history of solid state amps and was surprised at some of the users. Notably Albert King's usage of the Acoustic 260, the famous Santana (Woodstock) GMT 226A, of course Ty Tabor's work on the first four King's X album using a Lab Series L5, BB King's Lab Series touring amps, and Les Paul's current stage amp (over the past 10 years) is a Tech 21 Trademark 60. Any famous live/studio setups you were surprised to discover were based on a solid state amp?