Hey guys, thought I would pick your Gretschy brains. I'm in the market for a new amp, anywhere from $500 to maybe $1000 at most. Playing a G5420T with HS Filters currently. BUT 99.9% of the time it's going to be just me playing in the house, at reasonable volume. It doesn't have to be whisper quiet, but not enough to shake the house (playing in the basement). I've had a Fender Mustang for a while, which has been okay. Volume is fine, it took a lot of tweaking to find a tone I like. Basically I use the Deluxe Reverb on it and play with the advanced bias settings and such, and also crank the mids (only available through the software interface). With the Mustang I still find myself compensating with mid-boosting preamp pedals. But the tweed/blonde models don't sound so great to me (Bassman, etc), although of course the real deal tweed/blonde amps have a great sound. Typically I almost always play clean with just a bit of breakup. I've been considering the following: 1) Fender Blues Junior IV (I've heard IV has improved clean tone, less boxy) 2) Super Champ X2, possibly the head with a 12" cab 3) Fender Tone Master Deluxe Reverb I know the second two options can sound good at low volume, not sure about the Blues Junior. The Tonemaster has some really good power level switching options that seem ideal for home use, and I like the simple interface, but again I'd probably be compensating a lot for lack of mids with pedals. Right now I'm playing a mix of rockabilly and jazz and a bit of 50s country. Typically I like Fender sounds more than something like Vox or Marshall. Any suggestions would be appreciated!