I spend most of my guitar playing time these days at home. I can push the volume occasionally but most of the time I have to keep it sane (family, neighbors). For nearly a decade I used a Fender Super Champ almost exclusively (master volume used to keep everyone happy). I had a BiValve w/6K6s and a Hotplate for a while. Then a Rivera combo + pedals (this was a great rig). Now I'm using a Fuchs ODS 50 1x12 combo (master volume again) and it's the best low volume rig yet - records wonderfully at low volume! For most of the stuff I'm playing the Fuchs is a perfect fit. What the Fuchs doesn't cover is classic Marshall and Fender tones so my question is this: are there any amps out there that can produce convincing classic Marshall tones at family friendly volume (favor early JMP 50w)? How about classic Fender (blacface and/or tweed)? I've tried the Carr Mercury and I was really impressed! The price is steep but a used one might be feasible in the near future. Any others worth looking at? I haven't really heard or played anything that does great classic Marshall tones at lower volume. Do you have any suggestions? Thanks!