So I have this: A PA 100 hundred watt Fender tube amp, and a 2x12 custom built, open back cab. It sounds great, but it weighs a ton. And I'm seriously too old to be lugging this around. And I'm thinking I need a combo, less trips to and from the car. I play rhythm guitar in a country band. I don't need any overdriven sound, so I think even a solid state amp will do. I think 1x12 will be enough. I'd like to keep the total cost under a grand. We play mostly small bars, well under 100 people, and we have a pretty good PA if we're going to play larger venues, so we can mic everything. 5 piece band - lead guitar, singer, bass and drums. And me. I looked at an Orange Crush Pro CR60C - 60 watts, 1x12, solid state - at GC the other day. Sounded fine, only $500, but the controls are at the top instead of the front. It weighs just under 45 pounds, which is about as much as I care to carry. I suppose I could just get a Fender Deluxe Reverb, or there's a SuperSonic combo in my local CL for $650. Though I have concerns about a used tube amp (of course, that's what I have now). Though I'm thinking 22 watts will be just enough power. I don't want a Marshall. Not the right look or sound. I'm pretty much devoted to either Orange or Fender, and the more I think about it, Fender would seem to be the logical choice. Though that Orange sounded pretty good. I'm against Fender solid state amps - I had one and it was terrible - noisy, and the digital reverb was awful. Ok, sorry for the long winded description. Any suggestions for the prefect small gigging amp?