As some of you may know, TGP's Mike "Moods" Moody makes an amp that is called the Brit. It's a rockin little 1x12 (with a Cele Blue), 15W 2xEL84 amp in a nice lookin little package. I played the prototype last fall and dug it but he's tweaked on it quite a bit since then and really has it dialed in pretty nice. I borrowed one of the recent models yesterday and made up a little groove to demo the amp. I know some guys wanted to hear what these sound like cause we were talking about them several weeks ago. Mike's a bud and lives lives just a few blocks away so I got this amp and knocked out this clip on Friday afternoon. Wasn't planning on it getting quite as elaborate as it did, but man, it was just too much fun. Managed to cram 5 different guitars in here, hahaha! I think I'm gonna turn this into an actual song with lyrics and so on, but for now: Brit Sample Starts out with a crunch Tele on the left. Shortly thereafter enters a DeArmond M77t on the right. Then comes a Strat for the first improv. Then back to the DeArmond for a sort of bridge. The end of the bridge brings in harmonized slide guitars (my Driskill with Lollar P90s). Out of the bridge and into kerranging Les Pauls for the final solo and rhythm on right. There were absolutely no boxes/effects used. The guitars was plugged right into the amp, which was stuck in my isolation room. I added some reverb and delay on some of the parts in the mix, though some are completely dry too. I had a Shure SM57 stuck just off axis about 5 or 6" from the speaker. Very minimal tweaking on the amp. Just played with the Gain knob and a couple of minor EQ adjustments. Total no-brainer to setup and play. I was very impressed with all the different sounds I could coax out of this amp.