I keep reading on TB that solid state amps are 'quicker' and I'm wondering what people mean by this. Seems to me that electricity doesn't travel any slower in a tube amp so it's probably not true in a literal sense. There's a lot of people saying it though so I'm sure they're hearing something. Personally I don't hear my svt as 'slower' or than my gk, for example. In terms of punch, which I would have thought involved transient response, I hear it as superior. Could it be that a tube amp might more often be paired with a more vintage style cab, eg a 2x15, and it's the cab choice that people are actually (and inadvertently) refering to? Thinking along the same line, maybe some tube amp users are more likely to use 'vintagey' (is that a word?) eq with lots of bottoms and few highs, that could sound 'slow'? Thoughts?