I have need of advice! I just recently purchased a Vox ToneLabLE and use it religiously (I love it). However, I am looking into a purchasing new amp as the one I have now pretty much stinks (Kustom 100w, blah!). I love the 59' Bassman RI sound (love at first sound). The problem I have come to is this..... I personally could care less about extra OD channels other amps have (Fender Blues Deville). Give my one good clean channel with and effects loop and the Tonelab will do the rest of the work. But, the Bassman has no effects loop. I think this means my Tonelab LE pretty much becomes a glorified wah pedal (not the worst thing ever). I also noticed for a little bit less money, there is a Fender Blues Deville available that is toting the "modeled after 59 Bassman" slogan. I think I could be happy with the Bassman without the effects loop and just use it's own wonderful tone but..... what if I could get similar tone from the DeVille and have the effecs loop? Maybe? I have also dabbled with the possibility of getting a PA system set up to just use the ToneLab as the tone/sound producer. In other words an amp setup with clear, clean, range so I can use the ToneLab to it's fullest and then maybe get a Bassman on the side so I can make love to it when no one is around....... this could start getting costly though and I'm not in it for the money . My questions: A) Do you think I could get the ToneLab to do anything through the 59 Bassman besides wah or a little compression, maybe some delay or reverb? B) Is their a way to put an effects loop into a Bassman or and alternative to any of this? Does anyone know what type of PA system would allow a Vox Tonelab LE to have similar ranges (or at least a thick creamy, bassy, or great tone) as the Fender Bassman or VibroVerb (another love of mine)? How well do you think the Fender Blues DeVille will hold up with the ToneLab through the effects loop? Still close to the 59' Bassman or a waste of time? I probably wouldn't even use any of the OD channels on the Deville or at least never had on any previous amps, I usually use effects processors and/or pedals to get the tone but I have never had a tone monster of an amp before.