Yes. Maybe. YMMV, etc
The past is the past and there is only the now. It all depends on what you want it to do. I love the look and feel of classic cars (especially a Mercedes 280SE) but I wouldn't have one as my everyday car. This will give you a close approximation of the look and sound of the old classic amps but with modern reliability. Plus at just over £400 new with warranty you can't go wrong. However, If you want to spend £2,000 on a 50 year old amp that will get easily damaged in transit and you will struggle to get parts for, knock yourself out. I would love an old B15 but it would never leave the house. Which would be a crime I'm not willing to commit.