I recently acquired a Savage Rohr 15 2X12 combo. After 3 gigs with the thing I'd like to share some of my thoughts. First off, I'll say that I am much more satisfied with the tone of this amp in a live setting than I am listening at home. I have been using a silverface Vibrolux, which delivers that beautiful Fender clean that you can really bathe in. The Savage has a relatively raw tone which I don't find as 'pretty' when I practice at home. Now, in live application, the Savage delivers a chunky, beefy, rich, full sound that works great in the mix of a 10-piece horn band. Single notes are nice and round with great punch. There is nice level of compression, giving good sustain. Chords have a pleasing complexity as the notes ring together and the harmonics interact. The clean tone isn't pure and crystaline like that of my Vibrolux; it is more "wooly", it has a certain "fuzziness" surrounding the notes that is really pleasing - it isn't raunchy at all in the band context (although like I stated above, I do find it somewhat raw for practicing at home, where I seem to prefer Fender purity). 15 watts in a 2X12 combo is great for my purposes. I am able to get the drive needed to get the above tones without being too damn loud. Last night I had the master volume up at above 2 o'clock and the preamp volumes down around 9 or 10 o'clock (I jumpered the two channels). This setting was delivering a perfect level output tube distortion. I tipped the cabinet back by leaning it against the wall at the side of the stage. It was aimed across the stage and miced with a Sennheiser 608 Silver. I placed a home-made baffle on the floor in front of the amp. With the amp tipped back and the baffle in front, I had the speakers pointing at my head projecting above the baffle. The baffle still kept some of the noise from leaking onto the rest of the stage. This arrangement seemed to work for everyone: me, the band, the crowd, and the soundman. I was concerned that 15 watts wouldn't give me enough clean headroom. And indeed it doesn't, if getting a fender-type clean is the goal. But this is a different animal, and I find these 15 watts to work perfectly for my application. One note: my amp has two 12s, which is not a stock configuration for this amp. 1X12 or 2X10 are standard. I have to say that 2X12 helps a lot. I ran the amp thru a 2X10 cab and found myself missing the "bigness" of 2 12s. I imagine I'd get the same tone in the house with a single 12, but 2X12 really makes the amp sound big on stage, which is very satisfying. The amp takes pedals well. I've got a couple of overdrive/distortion units, wah, delay, chorus, which I use sparingly. The Rohr loves going into rip-ROHRing distortion (sorry, couldn't resist the pun). Also, I use both single coil and humbuckers thru the guitar with good results. My Vibrolux gets a little "ratty" with humbuckers. Downsides: The amp is huge and heavy. My viblrolux weighs 53 lbs. This thing's gotta 65 lbs. The cabinet is bigger in all dimensions. Also, the reverb isn't working right. It's cutting out on me. (actually it cut IN, at the start of the night it just wasn't working, even though I cranked it to 10. Then it kicked in and I was floating in a cave until I could turn it down!) Hope someone finds this useful.