Had a chance to do some SERIOUS A\Bing with a Fender CS Dual Profesional, a Silver Face Pro Reverb (an amp I LOVE), a blackface Twin reverb, Blackface Deluxe Reverb a Victoria 2\10 and a new Orange. (Not sure which one) The Dual Pro is a GREAT sounding amp, that in every way, holds its own with the vintage Fenders. The highs were every bit as clear, without one bit of harshness compared to the other Fenders. The Twin reverb I have never liked. Not enough bottom, not enough punch, and all around just weak and sterile sounding. The Pro reverb is KILLER! Nice punch, nice note detail all over the entire frequency range, and a nice tight bottom until you REALLY crank it up. The Deluxe reverb I have never liked either. They sound nice when they are almost wide open, but flub if you try to add any bottom, and are a bit thin sounding at lower volumes. If I was going to buy one of these amps, it would be the Dual Profesional for sure. The fat switch is really cool, and I like the fact you can leave it off on channel one, and have it on for channel two. Nice touch! All in all, the SRRI and HotRod Deville sound every bit as good as any of these. They are all just slight variations of the same basic Fender clean tone. NONE of these touch the Brunos cleans or natural sounding reverb. They are a large step UP. Now the surprise. There was a new Orange amp head there as well. I hate to say it, but I am not sure which one. It was not the rockerverb as it had no reverb. It also had a problem, and was humming really loudly. HOWEVER, these amps KILL! What a great clean tone! While it is more compressed sounding than the Fenders, it had great detail, nice tight bass, and just a great feeling amp as well. VERY cool! It also had lots of gain on tap. Give the knob a twist, and a rocking you will go! :RoCkIn Nice even and smooth overdrive. Never a buzzy moment. A totally unique and different sounding amp, that is SOOOO cool sounding. It reminds me of a LARGE, ICE COLD glass of Orangeade on a hot summer day. Completely refreshing! KILLER amp!