hey everyone i have some questions. i recently sold off 6 out of my 8 vintage marshall plexis as well as 4 other amps i rarely use. the one that i got first is a '67 i believe. i was 16 after mowing lawns, washing cars, working on farms, and getting paid pocket change to play bar gigs all summer is the one that i still use to this day. the other one is a 1959slp reissue just because i don't like to take my baby on the road anymore. i was going to buy a mojave peacemaker but decided against it and just got my reissue modded with some resistor changes and mercury transformers etc. now that i have a good bit of cash along with some label money for my bands new record i'm going used amp shopping and need some info and help. any feedback as to why or why not i shouldn't any of the following and some ballpark figures of what they're worth used would be so extremely helpful. i basically want to know any good or bad points and what i can expect to pay. well i'll quit typing too much and just get to the list, ok? 1. 100 watt HiWatt 2. Orange 120 3. Watkins Dominator 4. JTM45 Reissue 5. Tweed Bassman (original, boutique clone, or a reissue if they're sturdy and modifiable) 6. small gibson 6V6 type amp 7. small supro-ish amp with an 8 inch speaker 8. small tweed of some sort (champ maybe?) i plan on picking up a few of those (3 or 4, maybe more depending on prices) so that i can really mess with my tone during recording because right now i'm down to the 2 marshalls, an ac-30CC, orange ad-30, an ampeg V4, and a silverface twin modded to blackface specs. i know that's pretty diverse but i would still like to have more amps for more colors to paint with. i'm obsessed with BIG british amps too, and have been ever since i heard T Rex for the first time all those years ago. i decided against "modern" amps because i always end up with the gain on 2 or 3 which just isn't doing high gain amps justice, so i sold my high gainers to people who'll use the gain. i love to hear people play with a really good high gain tone (like adam jones of tool) but i just can't make it work for myself, so i'm sticking to vintage sounding amps. sorry for this being soooooo long. i'm sure you guys know waaay more than me about vintage amps, so that i thought i might as well ask so i don't get ripped off. thanks!!