My amp history since the early 80s is get one, play it till it quits working, put it in the closet, and buy another one. So 1981-Used Peavey Artist 240, played the crap out of it till it developed some issues around 93’, into the closet it went. 1993-Crate USA Vintage Club 2110R 1995-Old 72’ SF Bassman 50w head, picked up for free, was abandoned at a rehearsal space for a couple of years so I claimed it, loaned to a buddy till it died, then into the closet. 2010-Found a good local amp tech, fixed up the Bassman and built myself a 1-15” cab. Love it but a little to much to tote to gigs or rehearsal. 2017-The little Crate quit on me. Mrs. bought me a Carr Rambler, bless her heart. 2018-Dug out the old Peavey and the Crate and took em to the tech, now good as new. Yesterday-ordered an Orange CR35rt, well, just cause I like it. Was gonna get one to replace the Crate back when but the Mrs bought me the Carr. Now they are going for the price of a nice pedal, I couldn’t resist. Then there’s the “practice” amps. 1990-Pignose 20 battery powered. Got it in the hopes of using it for bass on campouts, but it proved to be inadequate. Got myself an upright soon after anyway. Never much liked it with guitar, but I put a new battery in it 3-4 yrs ago. 2013-Micro Terror & matching cab. Great little amp. 2019-Micro Cube. Even smaller than the Micro Terror w battery. Got it on sale, impulse buy but glad I did. Super versatile little grab n go, or to sit on desk by the daw. so I’m like covered up in amps. The Carr is the go to for sure. At home I’m running it wet/dry with the Bassman and it’s epic. I still love the little Crate for its simplicity and portability. It’s class A el84 grind is awesome for a vintage blues sound, esp with Tavos El Pescadoro in front. It’s the amp to take to the open blues jam night at the bar. I think it’s gonna pair well with the CR35rt for a small 2 amp rig. Both have 10” speakers, similar power, and British character. The only amps I’m not really using are the old Pignose, not worth enough to bother selling. The Micro Terror, kinda the same deal but too good to give away. Plus it’s a great backup for a gig if the main amp fails. The old Peavey. I only got it fixed cause I’m sentimental. Again, not worth a lot so why sell it?