& it didn't work!!! I even got a brand new Port City cab & a Monster speaker cable delivered RIGHT AFTER I got the Decatone. I was pissed. I troubleshooted the amp & couldn't figure out the exact problem. The tubes were basically brand new. I took the amp to a tech this morning & he found that 2 of the power tubes were bad. I'm thinking it likely got damaged in shipping since the tubes were fresh(****ing UPS!!!). He rebiased, put new tubes in the amp, & reseated everything inside the amp & cleaned it's insides out & now he said it's like brand new He was really impressed with the build quality of the amp. He said he hasn't seen a Soldano in a long time. The cost was $205 for the parts/labor, $35 of which was for a rush fix. I'm at work right now & the amp is in my trunk. I won't be able to play it until tomorrow after work, but to say I'm excited as hell just doesn't express how I feel. I can't wait to get home. Anyways, the seller is going to refund me $130, so I basically payed $75 to refurbish the amp, which to me insures that I got the amp in very good used condition. I didn't put JJ 6L6's in the amp... The guy who helped me troubleshoot the amp over the phone recommended to go all JJ 6L6's & I also was recommended elsewhere to go this route, but the tech was highly against it. He said they're microphonic tubes & are not nearly as reliable as Sovtek's. He also said I would have had to order them & bring them to him, so I'm thinking of possibly going that route next time I retube. For now I want to play the amp how Mike Soldano intended with Sovtek 5881's & Sovetek 12AX7's (Those are the brands they come with stock, I believe?). Last night was a bad experience, but today made up for it. Pics & review soon to come!