The Side Guys with Nicky Moroch on guitar. If you get a chance to see this band you *really* need to. You won't often experience this much talent and sheer musicianship on one stage at one time. Have you ever wondered what all those great musicians in those great arena acts you paid $100+ a ticket to see do when they call the shots instead of their corporate backed boss does? Go see a Side Suys show and you'll find out. These guys are playing for the love of playing. It's fun, free of restrictions, and absolutely mind blowing. One of the "count on one hand" experiences I've had in my life. Now, on to the amp info... This cellphone video isn't ideal, but it provides an idea of how this amp works in the live mix. Here's the story...the amp you *see* is not the Road Hogg Lite. It's the full sized Road Hogg 45 in a 1x12 cab with a WGS Reaper HP (50 watt). However, this particular one, being a pre-production unit, was suffering from some gremlins residual from the prototyping process. When I arrived at sound check it wasn't delivering the goods like it should (turned out to be a preamp tube issue). I'd brought a 20 Watt Road Hogg Lite (6V6s) for Nicky to check out, and plugged that chassis into his larger cabinet (you can see the silhouette of the smaller cab behind the larger one) to get the most volume for the large stage (the RHL was loaded with a WGS Green Beret, not as loud as the Reaper). It delivered more than the gremlin laden 45 watter, so we just left it that way for the show. As frustrating as a problem like that is, there's a silver lining in that you get to see what even the 20 watt Road Hogg Lite can deliver in a rather large room through an efficient speaker. (20 watt uses 6V6s, the RHL is also available in 30 watt with EL34s) In that size room, if one wants to hear the amp volume on stage rather than in monitors, the higher power amp is certainly preferred, but the little guy got the job done with rave reviews from Nicky's tone by band mates, sound man, road manager, and several of those in the audience. This amp just kills in a smaller club environment, and weighing about 35lb in a compact package, it's a real winner for that role. Note, Nicky is using his PRS SE with three single coils into a Hermida Tiki Drive on this solo. All the Road Hoggs love pedals, as you can here here! Clean head room-wise, without the OD pedal he was getting cleans for jazz and funk all night long.