I love smallish amps. I've never found much reason or opportunity to crank the old Marshall JTM30 that i had, or the Blues Junior i currently have. I love that they are light however, there are times when I'm not convinced tone and feel wise. I got my hands on a Fender '82 Concert and loved the tones coming out. Huge tones undoubtedly form the big amp and big combo. I've come across the Gries 5. Love the review, love the clips, cannot wait to get one in. I'm planning to get a head version in which I'm gonna get a 2nd hand cab from a friend for a 1 x 2" loaded with a Red Fang. I'm thinking of ordering in the Eminence Tonkerlite from gries as well to keep as I'm really liking the tones of the Dr. Z Maz-18. I'm wanting variety but flexibility and convenience which is why I'm thinking of having heads and a cab to accommodate them all. What I'm scared of is if the amps don't complement each other? Is the Max-18 going to be a lot louder than my gries 5? The Fuch I'm thinking of is the lucky 7 which is believe is a marshally voiced amp? How well would a Tonkerlite and Red Fang suit these three amps and will the amps complement each other? Gries 5 Fuch Lucky 7 Dr. Z Maz-18 My ultimate plan is to have a 2 x 12" wired in stereo so i have two heads running at once.