If you've seen any of my other threads, you might be able to guess clapton is more or less my guitar idol lol. My current rig is a homemade clapton strat, to a zoom g3xn on a wah-rack compressor-chorus patch, to a jet city jca50(gain channel is slo voiced), which I modeled after his 80's heavy blues sound. I love this rig, but being a 50 watt amp, it's just barely too loud for home use, and it's not really portable. I've been looking around for a smaller amp to use as a practice amp at home or church or something, and keep the slo inspired rig for gigging. I decided I would get something tweed-ish for newer era clapton. I still don't know a lot about tube amps, but I know it has to be 6l6 and 12ax7 based. My budget is about $500 or less. I've looked at: 1. Supersonic 60 head with a small 110 cab 2. Ramparte 3. Electroharmonix/sovtek mig 50(1959 bassman) 4. Blues deluxe 5. Albion TCT35 6. Egnater tweaker/rebel (I know the Supersonic and Mig 50 are as, if not louder than my amp, but they're in the right price range and sound I'm gunning for so maybe an attentuator?) I know that clapton usually uses high power 80w twins, so something twin/bassman-ish would be best, so long as it's home use friendly, and somewhat portable. Any help would be greatly appreciated! Thanks!!