Hello! Long time lurker. I've seen plenty of good advice on here over the years and thought I'd see what you fine people have to say about my predicament. A little background: I play blues. Not what SRV and Joe Bonamassa call "blues", but subtler, sweeter, kind of jazzier, blues. Don't get me wrong. I dig the rockier side of blues too. I will squeeze out some spank now and again. Overall, think Wes Montgomery and Peter Green and Freddie King and The Black Keys for style and range of tone. I play a Les Paul through a Blues Jr. By raising the Volume/Gain relative to the Master Volume, it "growls" for lack of a better term. It doesn't really sound gainy per se, I guess it's what people call "break up" or "overdrive". Anyway, I love it. Phrases sound smooth and powerful and minor chords reminiscent of Kylo Ren's lightsaber. Just the right amount of snarl. I'm considering upgrading to a Deluxe Reverb '65 Reissue. The more "present" tone is much more pleasing to me and the reverb is simply luscious. But the problem is it doesn't have a Master Volume to dial in the growling tone I love so much pretty much whenever I want (at any volume I choose). Apparently the only way to do that is to crank it. But I don't need to set off any car alarms here. While that would excuse playing even louder, I really just need a good tone when practicing in my room at low to moderate volumes. Is an attenuator the best way to go or is there a better route? My ideal amp would be a Deluxe Reverb excluding the tremelo stuff and including a Master Volume like my Blues Jr. What can you recommend in this regard? Thanks in advance for all the help!