Hey Everyone, I have just sold my Vox pathfinder to move up to something a bit bigger so i would just like a bit of advice/opinions from people who have had experience with the above mentioned amps, now I know there are a heap of thread asking what they think is best sound wise but this is NOT one of those threads. I don't want to know what amp has the best tones or what amp can do cleans best or anything like that, what I want to know is the best versatile amp for the price range I am looking, so which ever is the best all rounder, am happy to get tones 80/90% there with everything then 100% tones on point but with 3/4 of usability if that makes sense. What I am wanting is a bigger replacement for the pathfinder in regards to a easy plug and play practice/jam amp that is big enough not to get lost in a small band (3 piece/4 piece) and that would be able to do small starting cover band gigs, I'm not really interested in a tube amp for a few reasons (cost/limited use) if for example I start to take it more serious then I'll look into a tube fender/ac30 or the likes but not now. The budget permits a used Katana 50/Champion 40/Mustang 40, I thinking I wouldn't want to go much lower then that on wattage but not that experienced so any opinion is welcomed, I don't to go to hard out with the digital/computer program thing purely because I don't own a PC at home therefore can't really make any computer only adjustments, all amps seem to have good reviews with decent effects options but can't really make a decision as I have no experience with them on a small gigging level. So if any one can offer any advice/opinions please let me know. Thanks in advance. p.s. I don't mind going on the small side of the amp as it can always be mic'd and I do have my JCM800 and half stack that is sitting if I ever need it.