Over the past ~10 years I have owned the following amps: Vox Pathfinder 15 Fender Champ 12 Gibson Skylark (vintage 1966) Fender Super Champ (original, not SCXD) Fender Silverface Champ Peavey Classic 20 Carvin Vintage 16 L’il Dawg Champster Special Fender Champ 25 Rivera Clubster 25 Winfield Cyclone (AC-15 clone) Fender GDEC 30 Roland MicroCube Vox AC4 Fender Pro Junior Fender Princeton Reverb RI Vox Lil Night Train Virtually all received speaker and/or tube upgrades and were used primarily at home (other than the Cyclone, Clubster, and Champ 25, which also did band jam duty). The primary reason for the turnover was the search for great low-volume tone. There are plenty of sweet amps on the list, but the one that stands head and shoulders above the rest is the Princeton Reverb. This was brought home to me recently after spending a month or so playing the Vox LNT through an Eminence Cannabis Rex. I was very impressed with its tones, both clean and overdriven, until I brought the PRRI back into the room. The difference in depth and richness of the tone really blew me away, and convinced me that there is no better home amp than a Princeton--even though you need pedals for OD.