The Haze 15 combines classic tube tone, with modern day digital effects, the best of both worlds. For players who like to keep things simple, with this baby there’s no more hooking up a bunch of stomp boxes – you’ve got emulated spring Reverb, as well as Echo, Chorus, and Vibrato. With a 12AX7 to warm up the preamp, and a 6V6 cranking out 15 watts of tube power, this amp has the warm, natural sound of a tube amp. It’s diminutive size, just 19.5″ wide, makes it more desirable for players who don’t want the look of a full stage rig, but the vintage styling is straight out of the 60’s. Designed in the same style as the big Marshalls, the 2 distinctive footswitchable channels of the Haze offers a variety of tonal possibilities. The Normal mode provides a rich and organic clean sound with loads of headroom, while the Overdrive channel delivers a warm overdriven tone, with a separate Gain control to dial in as little, or as much, grit as you want in your tone. A Bright switch is shared between both channels – when engaged it adds extra bite and sparkle. Both channels also share a shared 3-band EQ. Channel effects are remembered when you return to the channel, meaning you can set up your clean and overdrive sounds and return to them over and over again without having to readjust your settings. The warm emulated spring reverb has its own independent control, allowing you to add as much reverb as required, and it also has a positive off (click) position when you want it out of the circuit completely. Click here for a good YouTube demo from Nevada Music (UK). The optional Marshall PEDL10049 4-button footswitch IS INCLUDED with this amp and has controls for Channel Select, OD Boost, Reverb, and Effect, with an LED indicator for each button. These sell new for $599 but this one is in brand new condition AND includes the optional $69 footswitch, all for $469. Note: They make a cabinet specifically for the Haze, but it should also work great with the C110 below. The width is an identical 19.5″, the head and cab share the same wattage, so you would get optimal speaker breakup, and it’s rated at the proper 16 ohms.