Let me begin with getting this out of the way, I don't care for modelers. There, I said it; now that that is out of the way, on to the meat of my post... I currently have a Vox AC30HW2, a 1977 Marshall JMP 2204 with a 1960 cab, and a Fender '68 Custom Princeton Reverb. I like what each of these amps bring to the table, but I haven't played out in a little over 3 years and frankly don't see getting the band (or even a band...) back together in my near future. All of the competing priorities in my life just don't seem to support it. So, I've thought about selling these 3 amps and buying one versatile amp that would be good for home use, but I could still use for club gigs if I do end up playing out again. I've been considering a Dr. Z. Maz 18 NR head and cab setup with a Brake Lite. I primarily play rock, and this seems like a good versatile, well rounded amp. If I need heaver tones, I could always add a pedal. I have already narrowed down my guitar collection to a Gibson ES-137, a Gibson Historic '57 Les Paul Junior Reissue, and a Fender American Vintage '64 Telecaster. So whatever amp I get, it would need to play well with humbuckers, P90s, and single coils. Anything else in a similar price range that I should consider? Am I a fool and I should really keep all 3 amps? ***EDIT*** Like the other kind of gas, I'm sure the amp downsizing idea will soon pass. I think I have decided to build a small pedal board to use with the Fender for now and I'll hold onto the Vox & Marshall for a while longer.