Recently I have been trying to enter the Class D game (see also: Re-evaluating my amplification situation ) and today I brought this little guy home (pictured sitting on top of my current rig). 20171112_152643 by Frank77 posted Nov 12, 2017 at 3:35 PM I prefer a more natural / transparent sound and this really fits the bill. Initially I was a bit skeptical about the two-knob EQ, but for electric bass guitar that's most likely all I'll ever need (I've always been a "set it flat, then cut if there's something that annoys you" kind of guy). I very easily dialed in tones I liked just using these two controls, it's surprisingly intuitive. I found it did not have a baked-in voice compared to the Mesa Subway and the GK MBs I tried before, which is a big plus for me. Both my bass guitars sound great through it (passive p-type and active HH 5-string). The next step for me will be to find a good, loud cab (or pair of cabs) to go along with it. Only downsides so far: I live in an old building and I have "dirty" power. The 60-cycle hum that can be heard when I'm not making contact with my bass' strings or hardware is for some reason much, MUCH louder with the Quilter than with my PJB Suitcase. Less so with the humbucker-equipped active bass, but still louder. Not that big of an issue since these conditions hardly ever present themselves when I'm actually playing. It's not "upright-ready" as-is : To make my upright sound good through it, I'll need more tone-shaping controls, so my PJB stuff is not leaving just yet. I'll have to try slapping an EQ pedal in front of it and see if I can make it work.