Originally Posted by Greg Clinkingbeard
Sure, it first hit the market during the Clinton administration and it's not the 'latest' thing on the market.
That's one of the best things about the Acmes--once you own one, you're free: free from the need to constantly GAS over the flavor-of-the-month cabs that endlessly come into and out of vogue. I play a B1 and B2 using AI iheads, with db and (very occasionally) doubling with a 4 or 5-string electric, and Acmes just flat lay it down. While not for everyone, Acme and AI gear really seems to work well for those who want to achieve the desired sound UPSTREAM of the amp. And for anyone who wants a reliable rig with well-designed, well-made components and top-notch customer service.
Congratations: you can stop worrying about your amp and cab and spend more time playing music; and If you then find that life has lost its meaning without some way to fuss and obsess over your rig, there's always strings and rosin and pickups and bows and end pins and...