I've played for about 20 years and I haven't been thru half as many amps as most on here. * Fender Princeton Reverb - this was my first amp before I was actually seasoned enough to appreciate how great it really was. * Sunn Beta Lead - I was young and naïve and stupefied by the amount of distortion this thing generated. The first day I cranked it while jamming with a drummer I realized it sucked hard. * Fender Twin Reverb - Got this one in a trade for a Fender Bassman I owned. This is the amp where I really started growing as a player, but I didn't really care to run pedals, which was kinda necessary. * Marshall JCM800 stack - My band was taking it to the next level and so I had to get one. White Anniversary series. I played Judas Priest better than Judas Priest. Then I invested in all the Tom Scholz Rockman boxes and branched out somewhat. * Peavey TransTube - I went for the gimmick. This thing had every sound effect you could think of built-in. Plus I was hoping that solid-state tech had improved. It had. It progressed from crap to suck. * Peavey Classic - This little dude I like. Plus somehow in my later stages I became a pedal gearhead, so it all worked. I like the simplicity and sound of this amp tho. We all have our opinions. Well that's it. I typically play the Peavey Classic the most these days. It just seems to give me what I want.