Your bending is impressive
Official Guitar, Amp, Pedals, and Gear Thread - Page 152
The great thing about working on building sites: Free mats. It's not 2 platforms at different heights but sloped up towards the back, just enough for a power supply underneath. Btw, Cioks make good units, and you can switch power (240v here in Aus). I bought a used DC10.
Those things have so many problems I can't even count. Overheating, frequent tube blowouts, bad solder point, bad contacts, dirty jacks, unreliable speakers, constant transformer failures, cheap pcb... You name it.
Assuming all that is fixed you have yourself a good amp. $800 later....
Lots of auto-wah, too. I think he's using the Q-tron +, but I wonder if he's tried the new Mu-FX from the Mutron guy.