I've been out of the electric game for a few years. Sold my 66 Princeton and Classic Player 50s Strat a few years ago and have been strictly acoustic since. But, I've gotten the itch to try pedal steel and I've got a work bonus coming next month that I'm going to buy one with and give it a shot. Pedal steel guitars aren't like 6 strings where I could spend a couple of bills and have an instrument more than capable of learning on. Those suckers are expensive. So for now, I'm going to scale back the amp budget and spend most of my dough on the instrument. But I'm also going to get another electric guitar, so I'll be using the amp for both. I know steels need a lot of headroom but I won't be playing anywhere but at home, so volume not's an issue. I was thinking of going with the Cube 60 or 80. I've read nothing but good about them. I've got a buddy that played a Line 6 of some kind, I don't know what it was and he says it sounds better than the Roland. I like a nice clean, twangy vintage style sound. That's what I go for in guitar and I like the old school Ralph Mooney sound on steel. I love a tube amp, but for now, I'm going to not spend as much as I'd like and get what I'd love, but instead get something that's OK , but maybe just not at the top of my all time wish list. Would the Cube 60 or 80 be fine for something like that? Is there a Line 6 that would be good for that use? I just don't think I want to drop much more than $300 on the amp. Any suggestions?