So I go in to pick up a couple guitars I had worked on by a luthier in my area, and I plug my strat in to check out the wiring job he did. Plugged into a 71 Super Reverb original. He said he went through the amp and restored it himself. Oh man, the shimmering clean tone coming through those 4X10's. Wait, is that my guitar sounding like that? I got the guitar home, and it sounds pretty damn good through my Peavey Bandit, but that Super Reverb was something else. Just beautiful. I think I would have sat there all night just playing in his shop if I could have gotten away with it. Just hitting an E major chord over and over would have been fine with me. That's a lot of amp, but I guess with the SR is all about cleans right? It's not really a break up amp, so the whole headroom thing is null, and it will sound about as good at bedroom or small gig volumes vs. being cranked. School me on this guys. If I'm going to be playing surf style or classic rock with a Fender amp, is a vintage SR the way to go? Seems like these amps are fairly affordable...$1,000 to $1,500 depending on condition. I've got a Peavey Supreme (Bandit in head form) + a 4x10 Marshall cab for my humbucker hard rock rig. But the single coil Fender thing I don't have yet..