I'm considering going tube. Ultimately, I'll be using a pair of Ampeg SVT 410 HLFs and I'm thinking about topping them off with an SVT CL. But I'm a little concerned about the reliability of tube amps. Is this warranted? I've noticed a few folks vehemntly arguing one way or the other in a random thread here and there, but I've not seen a serious discussion about it. To quote myself from one of the aforementioned threads: I've listened to both my guitarists cuss out their "f_ck_ng tube" amps a dozen times. Both have the distinction of frying 3 heads in two weeks. I've heard them solemnly swear to go SS. That lasts about as long as it takes to change the fuse or a tube or two and get them fired up again. Then their hearts melt all over again. And they're not the only guitarists I know who have reliability issues with their tube heads... So did/do these issues occur because they're using tube amps? Or do they just occur because sh_t happens? Dunno. But, having been on stage while guitarists troubleshot and swapped out heads for 5, 10, 15 minutes, I'm a little spooked. Any bass amp horror stories? Any scientific (quasi- or otherwise) explanations why a tube bass amp is more or less reliable than a SS bass amp?