I’m getting lazy in my old age. I play in a local bar jam once a week. For the past year I’ve been playing acoustic there because I like the ability to show up, plug in, and play with no fuss. Lately I’ve been wanting to play electric there but my two giggable amps are too heavy and require at least two trips at each end to load and unload the car. Also my back isn’t up to loading in a heavy amp. I went on a quest for a light, small size amp that could keep up to a drummer and that I could carry in one hand with my guitar in the other. After listening to countless online demos I decided to try out a Katana, a Blues Cube, and a Fender Pro Junior. The closest Long and McQuade in North Vancouver had all three in stock so a trip to town was in order. The one that came home was the Fender. The other two would have worked but there is something about the sound of a tube amp running flat out that speaks to me. It was also the smallest and lightest. I mostly play an older SG special. It sounds awesome with this amp, as good as with any amp I’ve played. With my strat the amp just sings, especially positions two and four. I’ve never had an amp where I liked those positions. I rented it for a month to give me some time with it but I’m pretty sure it won’t be going back. I can’t believe how loud and full sounding this very little package is.