Hey Guys, I finally received my Mark Tremonti PRS MT 15 amp yesterday at 2pm. I was only able to play it for a short amount of time, but I documented it all......& here are my 1st thoughts. I decided to do an unboxing video & usually never do this. The amp has some weight to it and looks Rock solid. I love being able to see the tubes in it too. The Blue & Red lights per channel are much cooler & useful than I thought they’d be. Here’s my initial reaction in real-time as I open this little black box of magic & my 1st thoughts. I do play some licks/chords w/ NO FX & even test out the loop at the end. X’s first MT 15 unboxing video: X-Thoughts: The amp is really fantastic & the RED channel is the BEST I’ve EVER had so far. I’ve owned some great amps like the Carvin Legacy-3 & the Mesa TC-50 as well as the Friedman Runt. When I compare this amp to my Friedman Runt 50 I can honestly say that the Red channel is better w/ more gain & almost as loud. The Blue channel doesn’t have the headroom as the Runt 50 as expected, but has its own thing going on. The clean channel breaks up at max volume & for me it works because you lose very little volume rolling back your guitars volume to around 8. I feel that this is actually a 3-channel amp due to this, but more tests are needed. I also need to set-up my Fractal FX8 & dial the amp in with FX. I hate playing dry like in the video, but I hope this gives a quick impression of this cool little amp. Volume: This may be the perfect stage volume for sound guys & small to medium bars & rooms. I think you need to mic this amp & would have no issues taking this little black box out for some gigs. This is also a killer amp head to leave at your practice space too. It’s not a bedroom amp at all, but I haven’t tried it in 1/2 power mode yet either. Amp Hum: This amp is not silent when idol, but not unlike my other tube amp heads. There’s less hum/noise on the clean channel & more on the drive channel. I think this is fine and acceptable due to it being a High Gain Head. I think some may be chased out by my input/output noise gates & will report back... So that’s my initial reaction & things will only get better as I go forward. Peace! X PRS: I’ll continue to update this thread with more pictures & video as I work this amp head into my full cover band rig. Stay tuned for more FUN & surprises kids!!!!