I think they are way way better. We've really come a long way since our last recording sesh. It's a bummer that we haven't been able to finalize songs cuz most of the time we don't have a singer or drummer. We have awesome structures and ideas laid out, but to really finalize anything, we need to hear it with the full band.
That's what I meant lol, central Asian countries. It has a Post phase inverter Master and also has a switch to take it down to 15 watts. I haven't played one yet but it will be easier to find one to test that a 65. I did get to see a nice picture of the chassis and it's no doubt hand-wired and done very neatly as well. I The guys over at the Vintage Amp forum seem to think their the best Vox's in decades.
I did pretty much the same as you, including the hangover lol. I watched the game, it was alright. You get the film-o-sound yet? Btw that Vox Hand-wired ac30 is really growing on me. All the soundclips I've heard of it sound great. I'm not to worried about it being hand-wired in Vietnamn, after all so are all the Ceriatones and we know they're of great quality. $1,600 for a Hand-Wired AC30 or $3,000 for a 65 amps that is a copy of an AC30 but built in America. I have a choice to make?