SST PSA As a public service, because I am nothing if not public spirited, I have whipped together a Swart SST demo for y'all. If you want to hear what the amp can sound like making music, go to the site and listen to the Greg V. clips. But I thought it might be useful to hear the increasing levels of gain this amp can do in a sort of controlled way. So here's the clip. Everything is the Swart SST into an AxeTrak into an ART Digital MPA tube pre-amp into an M-Audio ProjectMix I/O board into a MacBook Pro into Ableton Live 7, a little compression added in the software but no other effects. Panned left is a Chapin Stratahoula on the neck pickup into the amp's low input, gain switch low, vol at 7 (1:00) and master at 11 (5:00 - dimed). That will be constant throughout the clip. In other words, pretty clean, but with a little power tube hair. Panned right is a Chapin TBird on the bridge pickup, into various settings on the amp - Time / Setting: 0:12 - 0:26 / low input, gain switch low, volume on 11 / 5:00 (dimed), master on 11; 0:29 - 1:11 / high input, gain switch low, volume on 7 / 1:00, master on 11; 1:13 - 1:33 / low input, gain switch high, volume on 11, master on 11; 1:36 - 1:57 / high input, gain switch low, volume on 11, master on 11; 1:59 - 2:20 / high input, gain switch high, volume on 11, master on 11 (as gainy as she'll go). Sorry for the hum (old wiring and a couple of laptops in the "studio"), the abrupt transitions, and the aimless noodle-age. Hope this is helpful for those of you considering adding one to the stable. It really is a great amp.