I've never been one to collect amps like I do guitars.
I had a Marshall Valvestate which I sold when I got my TSL back in '99.
I have got a bunch of pedals which I've acquired over the years, from the days of when I was assembling a pedal board for live use, until I decided I didn't like tap dancing and got a multi-effects unit, so I have a few of those up to the POD HD 500 I'm using now, with the TSL used as a power amp.
I was looking into using my TSL with the Four Cable Method but realised I can't switch the channels using the POD.
Ironically, if I'd gone for the 6100 30th anniversary amp instead of the TSL, which I was also considering, I wouldn't have this problem as the 6100 supports midi and the TSL doesn't. But all those years ago midi was not on my radar and I chose the TSL. I did mod it to have a proper master volume control though, which I think the 6100 also had.
So fast forward a few days and I just sealed the deal on a JVM4100H, which has been on my radar since they came out. I thought the TSL was the ultimate Marshall head for versatility and then they released this thing!
I know it has gobs of gain, which I love and four very configurable channels, and midi so I can set up the presets and channel switch via the POD, something I have to learn.
Either way, I"m sure I'll love the amp as it is, and even more when I'm using it with the POD via the Four Cable Method.
I won't sell the TSL, that's my baby for over 15 years.
Commander in chief - VVFF Army