I traded a DRRI for an Egnater Rebel 30 out of necessity recently. I build pedals and do some workon amps; so I know that whether you use EL34's or 6V6's, the power tubes have far less affect on whether or not the amp sounds British or American than the tone stack does. Keeping that in mind; I owned a Tweaker a while ago and rememeer while the US/ VOX/ Marshall settings didntmodels the different amp types like a modeler does; it gets the point across. I've been spending the last 2 days dialing in the Rebel 30 to my guitars and effects signal chain & the idea popped & I'm wondering if anyone has run their guitar into the tweaker then running the tweaker to a Rebel through each's send/return fx loop. Seems if Egnater made a Class A, affordable amp ( $500-800) that combined the Tweakers preamp with the Rebel's power amp section; they'd have an instand winner. The Rebel has a distinct British tone to it, regardless of which tubes are used. The EL's obviouslygive it that British tone, & the 6V6s still retain the British tone, just with a flatter response, less seperation & a smoother tone.(it also gives the amp its quitest setting). Anyone?