I'm in the market for something around 35w and see that Bruno makes a Cow Tipper and the Tweedy Pie. I gather that these amps are his take on the BF and tweed Fender models. I've owned about every model of the originals and just never been really satisfied with the tone. The old tweeds get ratty and don't have enough focus while the BF models are too tight and scooped in the mids to suit. Of the two I prefer the tweed tone because it seems more earthy and warm with a fullness to the notes I don't hear in a BF amp. That said, what do the two Bruno models offer? I want a nice warm round clean tone that when pushed will turn into a good smooth overdrive that has some snarl to it w/ being harsh. Reverb would be nice but I can get by w/o it, but I'd really prefer the amp to be in head form only. Any comments appreciated!