For anyone that knows what this is..300USD. HOLY SHIT YES GOD HOW Now to wait for GC's silly california policy of holding used items for 30 days.. I hope this is thread okay since it is actually my picture and I bought it.. I'm just so excited I have to talk about it.. That being said, so I'm sure people want to know what the hell is going on here and why I bought this, so here's my story! Bewarned, it's long. So about 2 months ago, I started having issues with my Carvin V3mc, which was my only amp. Tried a tube swap, adjusting the DSP board like carvin suggested, but anytime the reverb was touched, it'd scream at me like an angry child. Carvin requested I send it to them over in san diego and they would solve the issue, but that I'd have to pay for shipping and that alone was absurd for how much the amp cost me as I got it on one of carvin's blemished sales for something like 100 less than the normal price.. Granted, I decided to try and see if there was someone local to look at it, but suddenly one day it decided to stop making a bunch of noise randomly. This was great and fine, but the fact that this issue was never really diagnosed had the thought of it coming back constantly looming in my head, ESPECIALLY if I were to play shows with it. This ....ing terrified me, and surely enough, it came back one day, that day being yesterday. I pretty much freaked out as I'm kind of huevos deep in working on a groove metal/sludge/southern metal kind of band right now, and I could not have this happening. I ended up chucking tons of shit on craigslist, one thing being my Ibanez SR505 as I have too many basses and this one never gets touched anymore as I'm an all maple kinda guy, and I put it up there for an uncomfortably cheap price for what it was (korean made '06 SR505, and I sold it for 300 this afternoon). Granted, this choice made my day today. The buyer and I decided to meet up at guitarcenter in brea, which generally is full of a bunch of fenders and gibsons, and alot of middle aged blues/jazz players which I respect greatly but well.. they kind of make the stores variety lack due to demand . Regardless, we meet up, and I decide to check the store out after just for the hell of it since I know some of the workers there pretty well and you never know. So I walk in, and check out the used section, and there it was. A Laney AOR50 series 2. I've heard of this amp a few times and seen a few, and I kind of never thought I'd get the chance to own one, let alone play one. So I go to check it out, and I see the pricetag. 299 dollars. I literally about shat myself, and asked them to move it to the closest cab. Two minutes of trying it and I bought it For those who have no idea what this amp is, it's basically laney's take on the JCM800 sound. They were made in the 80s. They have a very loose lowend, but for the genre I'm playing right now, there couldn't be a better amp. They have a ton of nice push pulls, a bright one for each channel, a lowend deep pull, and a midrange boost pull. In general, they're very nice amps that do gritty almost sludgy sounds very very well, and generally tend to be pretty hard to even find now. They can even do great tight tones if boosted/EQ'd right, infact here's Vinnie Moore using one! heh Now to wait one more week for it to be released off of hold, dumb california laws..