I play in two country bands; both played this evening at a festival here in Michigan. I play acoustic guitar in both bands; so I don't get to roll my Flexi out on these shows. Except tonight. The electric guitarist in the Laura Wilkie band had both his amps go down on other gigs this week; he asked if he could borrow my rig for tonights show. I took the Flexi out with the Tone Tools 112 loaded with Guytron's Big Tone 55 in it. The other guitarist in the TJ Kelly Band just used my rig too. So it was a very interesting experience to hear your rig in two other guitarists hands while on stage playing! And man, I gotta throw down HARD for the Flexi; that thing is utterly killing me. I love it. Both guys were just gaga over it; Chris in the Laura Wilkie Bnad especially is a seriously skilled player with chops and taste that make you smile when he plays; he is a fantastic player. Normally a Fender Deluxe player; he used his Tele into a Tube Screamer and wah in front of the Flexi and just smoked. Jim from TJ's band is a rock cat playing country; Les Paul usually into a Hiwatt half stack. He was sorta looking at the Flexi and my 112 cab; but once he got on it, he was tearing it up. From where I was playing; right next to both guys; the Flexi was doing all the good stuff I hear when I play it. Just a wonderful live amp with tons of guts and mojo. Cuts like a monster; sounds just stellar. For all the naysayers on another thread; peace. To anyone wondering if the Flexi can cut it live; man... the thing is a live machine. It records wonderfully; don't get me wrong. But you have not heard this thing until you have heard it in a band. The Wilkie band has keys, bass, drums, vocals, backup vocalists, acoustic guitars and electric guitars. Big lineup; very full arrangments. The Flexi was THERE and it was outstanding. Just happy.