Thanks Quackhead; yeah, it breaks my heart to sell it...but our refrigerator went out this summer and out came the credit card...as versatile as the WT-405 is, it just won't keep our milk cold...tried 8 oz, 4 oz, and 2 oz loads...ha!
Sweet compressor and super easy to dial in the perfect tone. I love the bass boost and treble boost buttons, especially when using it as a hi fi sound system amp for playing back recorded music! The dual quarter inch inputs work perfectly for summing a stereo audio signal to mono, so when I'm listening to "Peace Of Mind" by Boston, I can hear both guitars take turns during the stereo solo section instead of just one guitar and then nothing...
The input/output options on the back panel are just amazing. That, in addition to the famous Golden Ear chip powered, rich warm signature tone, and the ability to run it at 2 ohms...why am I selling this??????
My loss, your gain!
Sounds great with any cab combination. I really liked using it to push a 4 ohm Acme Low B2; also used it recently with three 8 ohm cabs for an outdoor gig -- two GK 115MBE's and one Eden CX110 -- and it didn't break a sweat (unlike me, who was sweating profusely...)
Also used it to power two 8 ohm Acme Low B2's, but as Andy Lewis recommends at least 350 watts per B2, there was only so much volume I could get doing 405 watts for two B2's as you can imagine, but nevertheless the tone was fantastic. By the way that was playing in the Visalia Convention Center for a very large church service -- huge room with terrible acoustics...so PA support was needed but stage mix was superb!
I used it in a pinch for a PA amp -- ran my vocals through an SM58 and right into the head -- Awesome result!