I know many members here are familiar with Terry (Guitar-Rocker) and his work. I'm finally getting around to posting this great amp Terry did for me. I asked him to rebuild what had been a Marshall style 18W amp into a Fender style. I have many "crunch" amps and instead wanted something I can use for true cleans and as a pedal platform. After discussing options this is what we settled on: "The Pro Deluxe" is based on both the Fender Deluxe and Pro amps (the output section is like a Deluxe 2 x 6V6). Terry really did a killer job on this! It has some cool custom features including: Rear B+ switch: allows choosing the higher voltage Pro setting, or the lower voltage Deluxe setting for the preamp section. I've mostly used the Pro setting for the added headroom but the lower setting is great for more grit when desired. NFB switch: controls the level of feedback (in this case more like Presence). Center position, all NFB is defeated. Up the NFB is set to standard Fender fixed value. Down the NFB is half the Fender set value. I have found I like the lower position (1/2 value) best. Middle knob: I wanted a mid control similar to a Twin or Showman. Terry set it up so all the way off is the standard Fender fixed value of 6.8K (in other words like a stock Deluxe or Pro), as you twist it higher it goes to a maximum Mid value of 16.8K. I'm showing it with what has been one of my most used small rigs, a Ceriatone Prinztone head (Princeton clone) and an angled front 1x12 cabinet (loaded with a V30). I use this quite a bit for gigs at smaller venues with pedals or my Axe FX in front. I have a couple of gigs coming up soon, this time I'll be using the Pro Deluxe. It has more volume/headroom and with the mid and added controls has a lot of flexibility. I still love the Princeton but am very happy to also have The Pro Deluxe!