Some of you may have seen me mention it, but about 2 months ago I picked up a VHT 2/90/2 for an absolute steal, less than 1/4 of it's new price and considerably less than they normally go for used. Unfortunately a couple of weeks after I got it one of the power tubes cracked while I was playing, blowing the fuse for that channel in spectacular style and leading to clouds of smoke and some flames. Obviously I turned it off PDQ and managed to open it up when I got home and was relieved to find the damage was limited to the tube, fuse and fuse holder. Took it back to the shop and they repaired it under warranty, it just took them a month to do it. Picked it back up at the weekend and it's survived two rehearsals and some home play time since.
It sounds absolutely amazing, I really can see why these are considered one of the best power amps made now. It's got a much more modern grind to the midrange that my 9100 was missing, plus with each channel have a presence, depth and voicing control there's a lot of tone shaping available. I'm actually now using identical patches on the JMP-1 for my main tones in both bands, I'm using the VHT's presence and depth controls to sculpt the difference in tone I want. So my mission to condense two rigs into one is a success.
Sadly you're going to have to wait for clips as the sound was borked on the video we took last night, but here's a couple of pics. The first one is my rig for Walk In Coma, the second is my rig for Spine of Glass, showing it in the shock rack that turned up yesterday. Aside from the finishes, the only difference in the cabs is the camo one has a V30/K100 combo and the snakeskin one is V30's.