Back story. I was asked to do some work for a lady at my church. She lost her husband three years ago and they were actually part of the group that started the church 25 years ago. She knows me because I'm one of the worship leaders and we got to talking about her husband and the church and she tells me he used to play guitar. So she takes me around for the different jobs that need to be done and shes like "oh, theres one of Don's amplifiers he used to play at church." I'm like "that's so cool that it has that history". Then she asks me if I want it. I'm like, oh no that's ok. I felt weird. Needless to say, she insisted and said that shes happy it will get good use. I dont know a lot about these other than there were a couple of iterations of this model. Tube and SS. This one it the Cambridge Reverb SS. Here are some pics. Came with the original footswitch. Sounds awesome. Needs some TLC but everything works. Scratchy pots that may need replacement due to age. Reverb gets out of hand pretty quickly so I've only had it on 2. Tremolo is incredible. I did notice that digging in on a bar chord makes it sound like the circuit needs to "catch up" if that makes sense. Almost like a slight cut out or delay on the initial attack. My thinking is an old component or two. I'll definitely have a tech work on this. Overall great tone and good volume. And one day before my 50th. So that's pretty cool.