Hi everyone, I own this beautiful Fender American Vintage '59 strat and now it's time for the right amp. (I also own the American Vintage '52 Tele so that one must also sound nice over the new amp) I just can't make up my mind which one to buy. I really hope people who also own this guitar(s) response and give me their opinions and thoughts. Important to know is that I don't play in a band anymore. I just play at home at low volume, mostly clean, and I record some stuff. I own some transistor amps but now I really want a nice tube amp, even if I don't get everything out of it in my living room these two guitars need a nice amp. It's gonna be a Fender or a Marshall, I don't like the Vox or any other sound. These following amps I tried and I will write down what I think of them. 1. Fender Blues Junior + Master volume + Perfect volume for home use + Reverb - No Tremolo so gonna need an extra Tremolo pedal - A little amp. I really like the look of a bigger amp in my living room. 2. Fender Blues Deluxe Re-Issue + Master volume + Reverb + Perfect dimensions for in the living room - No Tremolo so gonna need an extra Tremolo pedal - A Little loud but will do perfect clean at home 3. Fender Custom '68 Series Princeton or Deluxe Reverb + Best Reverb and Tremolo I ever heard and greatest clean sound. + Looks great in the living room - No Master volume so gonna need an extra pedal for overdrive - More expensive 4. Marshall Mini Silver Jubilee Combo + Handmade in England + Master volume and can be switched to very low watt - No Reverb and no Tremolo so gonna need two extra pedals I just can't make up my mind. I really like the clean Fender sound but that's the same with the Marshall. People always say a Marshall is not really for clean sounds, I just don't get that. The Marshall has that clean agressive bluesy sound that I hear when I hear my heroes John Frusciante and Jimmy Hendrix play. I can get that sound by using the Master volume on this one. The Fender '68 re-issues are so beautiful and sound so clean and warm, my only concern is how they are gonna sound with an overdrive pedal because I can't crank them up without a master. The two Tweed amps are also nice, much warmer though. I really hope to read some thoughts, and really like to hear from people who own an American Vintage '59 strat.