Always wanted to try a Rt66. Three weeks ago I stumbled across a nice used one in...of all places Guitar Center. First of all I only use humbucker guitars these days. PRS or LP. I was immediately impressed with it's thick and rich overdrive from 10:00 on the volume and up. And it's totally true that the treble and bass knobs act like gain knobs in their respective frequency bands too. The Rt66 sounds great with any cabinet I tried. In the last three weeks I tried a bunch of cabs and different speakers. Right now the Rt66 is sitting on top of a lightweight Allen 1x12 cab with a ToneTubby Alnico hempcone in it. It's a killer combination. So why would I return it? Well, I don't have limitless funds and I have been reviewing my gear trying to decide what to put on the selling block. I gigged last weekend with the Rt66 through a 2x12 G12-65 loaded cab and it sounded great. But I also had my Fuchs 1x12 50 watt mod through a 25 watt RI Greenback with me. I switched back and forth that night and I think the Fuchs sounded more musical than the Rt66. Please don't misunderstand, the Rt66 is very musical, but with my playing style the Rt66 sounded like a bulldozer knocking down walls, (a cool sound) and the Fuchs was singing, (a slightly cooler sound). The Fuchs can't do the bulldozer thing as well, but it is much more versitile and very elastic. So tonight while I was A/B'd the Rt66 with my 65 Super Reverb, (using the Normal channel which is my favorite channel on all Fender amps) I learned that the Super can do the Rt66 bulldozer sounds for me. In fact the super is a little tighter, (no ghost notes, unlike the Rt66). So, I have been waiting for 3 or 4 years for a Rt66 and now I may have to give it up. If I'm going to return it I must do that by the 16th of this month so I'm under pressure to make up my mind. I wish I didn't have to make this choice but I makes no sense to keep it when I have that sound already and I need the money too. Just needed to get this off my chest. I know most of you guys have had to let things go before.