Bringing back an older thread, I thought I would post about my recent experience with Quilter. My regular rig for the past few years has been an Alembic F-2B preamp with channel two "jumpered" from channel one. The two separate outputs go into the two channels of a Carvin DCM200L power amp. I emphasize low end on one channel of the F-2B, and high end on the second channel. The "high" side then goes into a 1x12 with a stock JBL K120, while the "low" side goes to an identical 1x12 except the JBL K120 has been re-coned with hemp. I love this set-up.
That being said, I was recently looking around for a good back-up amp for gigs and picked up a Quilter 101 Mini Reverb. I was extremely impressed with it. I didn't experience any of the noise issues previously mentioned in this thread. I feel more comfortable with the more traditional Fender-style tone stack, (BMT), than the proprietary Quilter tone controls. And I found the built-in limiter VERY useful to keep the tone clean at high gain.
I then picked up the Blockdock 10tc Cab for the Quilter for a quick, light, grab 'n go amp for small jams. HOLY COW BATMAN! This little 1x10 cab is absolutely incredible! It's about 1 foot square and weighs only 17 lbs. with the 101 Mini Reverb attached. I've used it at rehearsal and it sounds pretty darn good, though, admittedly, not as "big" and "full" as my regular rig.
Next I picked up a used Quilter Frontliner cab (2x8). HOLY DOUBLE COW BATMAN! This tiny little cab (27 lbs. with amp attached) sounds like I'm playing through a Twin Reverb! I can't imagine I'd have any problem keeping up with a 4x12 stack with this little thing. I am now going back and forth on switching to the Quilter as my regular rig. It sure is nice to walk from the car to the jam with my guitar on my back, amp in one hand, and pedal-board in the other. One trip to set-up, one trip to load out. Very tempting!