Anybody else got a 45 SET amp?

I've had several 45 SETs before and not until I had James Burgess build me one that I've finally seen the light (or maybe heard the light). I've long been a 2a3 freak but I'm converted. Call me hard headed, but the 45 sounds so good! It's a microscope on the music. I mean your gear better be up to snuff. It is like you'll be sitting in front of your rig while the the trash needs to to be taken out and you've not eaten in a day or two. It's like a crack addict. You don't need to apply unless you've got the SET fever anyway. You'll just not understand until you hear this kind of sound. I've been in this hobby for 30 years and you just don't know what your missing until you hear what your missing a SET amp on some real good single drivers is hard to beat!
I have one, for two years now. JEL Simple 45/2A3, using AC heaters and quiet! As the name implies, switchable to 2A3 or 45 tube. Built it myself and tweaked it to my liking.

I listen to Heavy Metal, pop, rock, jazz, bigband,chamber music, etc. The trick is speaker sensitivity, not the power of the amp. If the amp sounds bad at 3/4 of a watt, why need more?

Enjoy your 45's! Mr, Burgess makes great sounding amps. He is not as popular here in this corner of the audio world where Stereophile Recommended components are the king, but not in AA or DIY forum. No affiliation to the OP, Mr Burgess, etc.

I have 3 SET's. A wavelength Gemini 45, and custom built 2A3's and 300B's. I think each tube has its strength and like to use all 3 based on the type of music. I think the 45 really shines in vocals. I use the 2A3 primarily for Jazz and 300B for larger Classical works. Enjoy the 45's - it does have an addicting "you are there" sound. Also have fun tube swapping. Very different sounds based on whether you use new/NOS tubes and mesh.
I have only, thus far, heard one amplifier that is every bit as good as a good 45 SET and that is the Audiopax 88 monos.

In fact they sound remarkably like a 45 with 15x the power. The most direct and especially natural sound imaginable.