I'm not much of a gear hoarder or flipper, and rarely sell anything that I use, especially the things that have worked so long for me and help "me" sound like, "me." That said, it's hard to believe that as of last night, this amp is no longer in my possession. It had been with me several years, solid as a rock, and had seen more miles than most ever do. A few dreams were realized when I had my first custom amp built for me by the amp company that I've always considered to be an integral part of my voice, and I'll never forget it. That said, although it's bittersweet to see it go to its new home, I'm excited for the gear acquisitions its release will allow me to make.