Basically I mostly use modelers. My main amp for a while was a Vox AC4TV which I shifted when I decided it didn't take my pedals well, I still have my ZT Lunchbox though, which is great for Jazzy Cleans and some breakup. I tend to like Oranges & Voxes(both vintage and modern), and some vintage Fender sounds. One amp that caught my eye recently was the Orange Micro Terror. I like the Tiny Terror quite a bit, but I like the "Scuzzier" sound it has having an SS power section, if that makes any sense, it's not as nice sounding but it pulls it away a bit from the typical rock tone of the Tiny Terror. I'm also pretty interested in the old HH amps, though I'm not sure how much I'd realistically use that sound. The Micro Terror kind of had a similar sound to my ears, but with more texture(in the better demos, I know the first ones were ****). Similarly, I've also been eyeing the Dark Terror, it has more interesting cleans, and it's one of the more interesting high gain heads out there but it's a bit out of my price range and I think I probably prefer low to mid gain most of the time anyway. I'm not really bothered about Solid State, Tube etc. but for cost and weight purposes, Solid State may be preferably. I've had various modeling amps - I'm happy with modeling but I really want to have one "unique" amp to jam around on, that I can just plug in and play. What I'd be looking at here is lower Watt tube amps(5 Watts, or 15 with some kind of power scaling), above-entry level Solid State amps(like the bigger Peaveys, which are great amps but generic sounding), and Hybrids(like the Micro Terror, Vox VRs, old Valvestates, etc.) I was actually considering getting both the Microterror, and some 1x12 combo who's speaker I can hijack, since I'm unsure I'm going to get one amp to do everything I want. I'm wondering if there's something I've still missed though. Realistically my price range is about €350 and under. Really, there's quite a few amps I can afford for that(I could get a second hand tiny terror combo for that, for reference), but nothing terribly interesting.