Had the chance to play my Classic Reverb in the same room as a friends Komet Constellation this past weekend. On the surface they are very different amps (Komet has 3 knobs - TR has a ton plus switches all over the place). I came away absolutely in love with both amps. We ran my TR into the matching 1x12 TR cab and the Connie into my D13 2x12 (Blue/G12H). We had no volume restrictions either. No pedals, just my Tyler and my buddies new Suhr Strat. here are some of my impressions: The Komet is a very loud amp with the best gain channel I've ever played . . it is pure harmonically saturated rock and roll. The clean channel was equally rich and harmonically happening. If the amp only had one of these channels I'd say it was a top contender. The Hi-Cut knob really tamed the high end that could be pretty apparent on this amp. I found that rolling it up to 3/4 cut was perfect. The cool thing is my friend has graciously left the Connie with me while he's away . . . . fun ! I think the purity of this amp is something that should be highly prized. The Classic Reverb: For an amp I assumed was aimed mostly at clean-light gain, this amp floored me with the hughness of it's gain . . . there is alot there. We were able to dial both amps to sound very similar which surprised me . . . .the TR had a bigger fundamental round tone whereas the Connie had more harmonic stuff happeneing in the higher end. The TR has the best verb I've heard in a tube amp and cleans that have a girth and feel that makes me want to solo . . . .ALOT ! As I play them I'll post more , but holy smokes . . .both amps are freakin wonderful. Maybe Rick (Komet owner) will chime in.