Ok, so I have tweed sounds covered all day long, 4 Victorias. I love the voice of a tweed amp, it just works so well with so many guitars and they sit so nice in a mix. Never too bright like BF and SF Fenders tend to be. But I also love Fender reverb and brownface style tremolo. So for years I've been hauling a Bassman, a modded Fender tank, and a Swamp Thang tremolo. I'm presently working up material with a large traditional blues and Stax style R&B group. Drummer is moderately loud, bassist is old school and holds down the low end (he is also going to play 2nd guitar with a strat and 64 Super Reverb), keys are a real Leslie and B3 and harmonica uses a Tweed vibrolux. Singer is a powerhouse. It seems to me that a smaller footprint and a more compact rig would be nice. I was thinking about a Carr Rambler, but I've read several folks saying they ran out of clean headroom. Clips sure sounded awfully nice. I'd like warm, fat cleans (tweedy really) and 3 knob or BF style reverb and brownface tremolo. Around 40-50 watts, mostly clean and lightweight. Guitars will be 335, Tele and R4 LP. Thoughts? Has anyone compared the headroom of a Rambler to like a Tweed Bandmaster or Tweed Super?