Hey everyone, I'm looking for some advice on buying an amp to gig with. Right now, the Vox AC15 that I'm using isn't nearly loud enough. I'd like to buy a head (no combo!) that I would use as a pedal platform for post-rockish stuff. So it needs to be very pedal-friendly and it must have enough clean headroom to compete with a loud drummer. Apart from that, I'd like to stray away from classic Fender cleans because even though I love the sounds, it's become overused for the style of music I'm playing and it would be interesting to try something else, maybe more British sounding (something Voxy would be great, for example). I don't have an insane amount of money to spend on this (so forget Hiwatt, I guess) and I'll probably buy used. From what I've read here and there, the Laney GH50 or GH100 might be ideal for what I'm looking for. They're dirt cheap, and even though they're based on a JCM and are used by metal players, they appear to be surprisingly good for clean sounds. Moreover, two of my favorite bands, Oceansize and Opeth, use these amps live for their clean sounds. I'm just a little concerned about clean headroom, but plugging into the low input should do it, right? What do you think? Actually, I don't have a lot of other ideas of amps that could suit my needs, as most amps that are reputed for their clean sounds are combos. Would a Marshall DSL be good for clean sounds? Any other ideas (I thought of Sound City and Sovtek but they're uncommon on the used market here in France)? Thanks!