Coming soon – I am talking to various potential partners (only the best will do !)
Amps, like electric guitars, are a personal thing. If you’re going to invest as much or more in an amplifier as you are in a quality guitar then you want to get it right. You want to experiment with as many as you can after deciding on the type of sound you like – you ain’t going to get an scooped metal sound from an AC30 …
With the advent of tone modelling amps (and guitars for that matter) there is a lot more sonic choice. One amp can sound like several at the twist of a vintage style knob. Purists will still want a big heavy valve amp with a good name on the front but it’s possible to have the best of both worlds.
I have a big old Marshall valve combo that’s too loud for most places but I also have a little Roland cube that is amazingly versatile both live and in the studio.