Been looking for a lighter weight rig,... I done went and bought a new ToneHammer. Took a good amount of time with it, couldn't find anything wrong with it. Been playing an Eden WT330 for many years, this amp felt very similar to me. Happy me. Questions for y'all: I'm used to setting the gain knob by spanking the bass as hard as I can until the light flashes, with the Eden that's generally 12 to 1:00 (passive Fenders) but I couldn't get the clip light to light up even when I dimed the gain knob. Buy even then, and turning up the master to like 3:00, it still sounded fine (loud as crap, they musta loved me in the store)... anyway, what gives? Is it really that bulletproof in the gain stage? What's gonna happen if I use a Stingray (it's real old, '78, but still active) or active Sterling? Will I ever need that -10dB switch (the Eden doesn't have a pad, I think I set it around 10:00 with the actives)? Also, some older threads I looked up here mentioned an old kjung/eublet thread where they discussed dialing in some useful tones, I got a lot of hits when I searched but never found that thread... if anyone can point me there I'd appreciate it - TIA! FWIW, I also ran the Eden, what is it, WTX-264 (?) thru the same cab as I the one I used with the TH (Eden D210MBX, since I own and use that cab all the time). It sounded pretty good, had a familiar vibe to be, but the lows (probably more like low mids) didn't 'speak' to me like I'm used to with my 330, but the TH did, and it started sounding bad at a much lower volume than I could get from the TH (which I never did get to start breaking up, pretty impressive). The lil Eden was a good bit more expensive, too... Hopefully I'll be happy with my purchase - if not I've got a week to return it. I also have two used amps from the classifieds here on their way to me - an Ashdown ORIGINal 300 and an EA iAmp Micro 300 (350?). Only plan to keep one, so next week will be "Survivor Bass Amp Island" at my place.