So here is the story: I was in a search of a Marshall-style amp. I've bought a Carr Rambler and now it's for sale, too american-sounding for me! So here comes the Flexi part: I've played one and really LOVED it's openess and fast attack. So after some mail exchanges with Mr. Ed deGenaro the Flexi arrived this morning (and I am officially a THD artist!!!!) The nature of the beast is really original and refreshing for me: I can hear Marshall, Vox even some Fender Super Reverb influences! It is a very open, clear and bright amp, no harsh tones here, it sounds rude and refined at the same time! It can get smooth and loose if you want to. The way Andy Marshall voiced it's midrange is sooooo nice.... It sounds very clear and cutting and I bet that in a band setting no one can hide you! (I'll let you know soon) Flexi is definitely an unforgiving amp but played through my THD 2x12 (CL80 - V30) has enough "sag" to make me happy: Definitely think uncompressed sweet cutting tone. It takes pedals in an unbelievable way: My Maxon SD9 sounds like heaven! Changing a guitar is like changing a whole setup with that amp: It is amazing! My Les Paul sounds fat and toothy and my Suhr sounds like a great Strat should. The single coil tone of the Flexi is something someone has to hear to believe! So dynamic and BRAAAAAAAAAAAAAANG! It cleans amazingly well with the volume knob, another thing that someone has to hear to believe it! We are talking for transparent, dynamic clean tones just by lowering your guitar's volume! Overall, it screams QUALITY. It is build like a tank, even the footswitch comes with two Planet Waves cords and it is by far the heaviest, most awesome build footswitch I have ever seen! I am very very happy,(you can tell by my review!!!!!) my Flexi is all I wanted from an amp. THD customer support is THE BEST I've ever had from anywhere. So I will soon prepare some clips, I can't wait to capture it's tone on some cool tracks!