I've come to realize that I really love old fenders cranked for that rock tone, even more so than Marshalls. It's a different flavor, a little bit more direct, and with grittier mids. A dear friend of mine has a BF Super Reverb and it's glorious for this. I also love Social Distortion and Dropkick Murphys tones and both bands use bassmans (of course Mike Ness's is famously modded). This tone here is glorious to me and it's supposed to be a stock Bassman, cranked, into a Marshall-inspired cab. So if this is how a "normal" Bassman sounds, Bassman is the way to go for me. Problem is, I need to get that tone at a volume that is manageable for the small venues that I play. Outdoor gigs are few and far between. What would be the right Fender for me? I'm against buying vintage because I want reliability, so I'm more inclined toward a modern reissue or clone. If there are built in attenuators to get there with no extra pedals that would be fantastic, but I do have an attenuator in case and I'm not against using an overdrive for the extra grit at lower volume. Also I'd much prefer a head over a combo. Other than that, the simpler the better (I don't need reverb, tremolos or extra channels). What should I look into?