Wonderful condition with little to no signs of wear.
The Tungsten Crema Wheat.
Honestly, very few amps on the market are as responsive as this one, and it truly opens up your playing with the huge range of tones you can attain just from varying how hard you bite into the strings with your pick.
Even though it's based on the much loved "Tweed Deluxe" circuit, Adam Palow of Tungsten has incorporated some of his own genius into the design. It's not EXACTLY a Fender Tweed Deluxe clone, but rather a unique circuit that melds some of the better lower wattage circuits of the era into one amp. He also uses a pair of Mercury Magnetics transformers that he spec'd specifically for the Crema Wheat.
The Crema Wheat has a substantial amount of clean headroom just by backing off the pick attack. However, it has no problem breaking up when needed and is plenty loud enough to cut through the mix in live situations.
There are two channels, NORMAL and BRIGHT, and each has a low and high input. The BRIGHT channel gives you a bit more highs, as well as a touch more low end.