I have always been pretty minimalist (not extreme... blues gigs, I always just take amp / Guitar / Cable and a tuner. My cover band does alot of oldies, blues, southern/classic rock, country, etc... so I have to use a couple of pedals to cover some tunes. Was having some issues with headroom during a few recent outdoor gigs (no mic'd amps in this band!) and was contemplating picking up a super reverb or twin for those gigs. Our bass player has a nice silverface deluxe reverb he brought and suggested that I hook it up with my Tweed Bassman using the two outputs on my stereo chorus pedal. WOW! is all I can say. I have never tried the two-amp thing but I now see what all the fuss is about! The Bassman is a early RI with a PTP conversion and I love the tone. For my personal tastes, it would do everything I ever needed. However, with the DR hooked up in parallel, reverb on the DR, but delay (a little slapback) only feeding the Bassman, what a sound. I had the entire frequency spectrum covered. The DR was brighter and cleaner with that 12" speaker thing going. The Bassman had the warm mids, darker tone, and the punch of 10" speakers. When I actually turned on the chorus, I couldn't believe how lush and spread out the chorus sound was. Amazing! Loads of bottom end, tight, thumpy and clear. Singing leads When I kicked on my Zendrive and RC Booster. I think I am thoroughly ruined. If I could only convince the bass player to lug my second amp around, I'd be okay with it.