Actually it's a Fender RAD bass amp, which is a BXR 25 with gray carpet and a stupid name. My dad called and said that the tuba player who usually plays with his Dixieland band couldn't make it to a couple of gigs, so would I like to play with them? Well, I don't know a lot of the songs, but they've got charts, so I went. The first one was a happy-hour gig at a local retirement home. This is not an old-folks home, it's for people who can mostly take care of themselves. We were 7 pieces: drums, banjo, piano, horns, and me. Nothing was miked except the piano and vocals. The RAD handled it just fine. Had the volume on about 6, and the knob on my Precision about 2/3 open. When I hear that 100 watts will just barely cut it at an acoustic gig, and that you'll need more if you're playing with a drummer, I don't know what to think. 25 watts did it this time, and I'm going to do it again tonight. It's a lot easier than carrying my bigger stuff. And hey, these are paying gigs. I'll play for free, but money is good, too .