So it’s been almost a month since I bought my twin reverb and I must say it took some time to adjust to tonal differences between the Mesa and it but man did it ever grow on me . the twin reverb is a bright amp with lots of top end and the vintage 30s let you hear every little mistake you make. But that being said I quickly found a setting I liked and stuck with it and matched up with the guild and It’s filtertron is just something to hear I now know what all the talk about both are about. it handles pedals well and the reverb out of this world. I like lots of reverb but need it set at 4-5 before it drowns everything out and the tremolo well it doesn’t work but I knew that and know what the problem is and will be getting it fixed when potato harvesting is over. there is somethings I don’t like though the reverb gets noisy around 6-7 but then again so is the Mesa so maybe it’s just the way those old beast are. It weighs a ton but no more than the Mesa so it’s nothing I can’t handle on a bad day . The push pull pot is absolutely useless I don’t understand why it’s there at least on the Mesa it’s push pull does something useful. It’s doesn’t have the bottom end the Mesa has but the Mesa does have a single 15” speaker so it’s boomy. The twin has more high end than the Mesa and that’s where I wasn’t happy with the Mesa because I couldn’t get the top end I wanted . Overall I’m fairly happy with the twin but find myself changing amps between the fender and Mesa an awful lot and I’m still kind of Partial to my old Mesa . and now since a have the twin the Mesa will be going away to get a complete service and if it’s been modded brought back to stock .