I was at Make 'n Music yesterday. They had four brand spankin' new Louis electric amps in the shop, including the massive 2x12 "Bluesbreaker" combo. I actually played through two different 1x12 amps, including one loaded with KT66's. The amp was really, really nice. Had huge tone for a 1x12 cabinet, and had more low-end than just about any 1x12 I have played through. This amp sang, and was much edgier and more aggressive sounding than the other 1x12 I played that was loaded with EL34's. I really dug the footswitch concept, However, I am trying to figure out how a 1x12 amp loaded with either 2 EL34's or 2 KT66's is safe running through one Celestion G12H 30 watter. Anyway, it was a cool experience. Dug the model. Now I have a btter understanding of all the kudos thrown at these amps. If the 2x12 "Bluesbreaker" model wasn't the size of a small condominium, I would have played through that one as well. Just didn't feel like dragging it into a listening room. By the way, if I counted correctly, Make 'n had eight or ten 65 Amps rigs in the store. It's always fun seeing Teddy, Shane and John.