There are several posts on this amp here but after 400+ pages for the Classic and Vintage models this amp deserves it's own thread. I have played the SV20H and i get it. That one more than nails my cup of tea. I will own both down the road. I remember seeing the Original Jubilee's back in 87 when i bought a JCM800 2210. I only had eyes on the 800. With that, i still had never played a Jubilee until i bought my 2525H when they came out a few years ago. I go through phases with my Origin 20H and DSL20HR but the Jubilee is the best sounding of the three imo. I tend to go for the same sound no matter what i plug into though. Lots of mids, bouncy low end. I like a bright harmonically rich tone. If it takes a pedal to get it there (Origin) I'll use it. The good thing about the 2525H is i don't need much. I don't like stacking up pedals anyway but my setup is pretty simple. My 2 main guitars are a Gibson R7 Goldtop Les Paul and a Fender AVRI 1959 Stratocaster. I run them into a Dunlop Mini Wah - TC Viscous Vibe (Looking to replace with a Fulltone Vibe later) - Polytune - Xotic EP Boost set to minimum 3db default. Effects loop has a TC Flashback X4 Delay that is controlled by a MIDI Mouse and a HOF Reverb which is not always used playing with folks. More a bedroom ambience and is set and forget. These 2 pedals are in a rack drawer that contains Furman power supply for everything which sits right above the head. 1960AX 4x12. Killer sounding rig and both those guitars just sing through this. Very versatile but i always go for the same sound no matter what. Work guitar volumes and tones, step on the EP for more. Maybe this will get some attention. It's understandable the new models are getting the attention but the Mini Jubilee is just as good as any of them.