Here's some pics I had handy. I have some other amps around the house. All are in working operation and get played in rotation. If I have a gig I'll select for who I'm playing with and the venue. Been playing the 1965 Vibrolux Reverb lately. Purrs like a kitten.
Leftee, I haven't been able to play it much so far. But initial experience is I like it! The power scaling is great and I don't notice much tone change. I'm a mild overdrive guy mostly and it has enough gain for me. The tone controls work. The effects loop works fine. Around the house, I use it on the mid setting (~10 watts) with the master up high and the gain midway. The footswitch gain boost is nice, noticeable and increases volume not just dirt. Generally pretty clean and bright, but the tone and presence controls allow you to match different guitars, while still having enough inherent gain. Haven't tried gain pedals in front yet. Certainly is loud enough thru my 1x15 cab!
That LT50 is an awesome sounding amp. Amazing what they can do now for smaller change!
The 12" speaker gives it authority. The Fender emulation electronics, in, what, their fifth or sixth generation, do the rest. Can't beat the weight and price and tone, for a baby-boomer stay at home muddler like me.
JTM45, handwired clone, substitute for now-gone bassman, twin and super reverb all-in-one solution. Ampeg 12" combo - just recently, to fill in for a tone king imp, which was first sold and then missed, a little. Gallien Krueger MB 200 bass amp w/410 neo cab
In rough order of acquisition: Laney GC50A, electric/acoustic has a switchable tweeter Fender DRRI, later installed a Weber California Laney LC30, later installed an Eminence Red Fang Roland Microcube Fender Satellite SFX Fender Princeton 65DSP Vox AC15C1X Marshall DSL40CR cream