Hey guys. I just wanted to put out a report on Nick Epifani's 900 watt power amp. I played last night at the Jazz Standard. The band was Lenny White, Victor Bailey on elec, me on acoustic, Joe Locke, Randy Brecker, Tommy Smith and a lot of others paying tribute to the late great Mark Ledford who died a few months ago of a heart attack. I used my (Fodera) rack mount preamp, Nick's 902 prototype and a T410UL. That amp is KILLING. Tons of power. Very honest watts. The sound was very contained and according to everyone out front was really easy to hear. The acoustic still sounded acoustic, but it never got tubby or sloppy. There was never any shortage of low end either. It really delivered up great and it's freakin' light too. Not to mention that when I plugged my preamp in to it and turn all the volumes all the way up, I thought the amp wasn't working because it was so quiet. Even with my ear to the speaker, I had to crank the gain beyond clipping and boost a LOT of high end before I could detect any noise. So anyway, the 902 is a definite winner. Light, powerful, clean, quiet, and definitely worth the money. Just wanted to give you the low down after my sneak peek.