Hello All, I play a MIM Fender Telecaster that I've upgraded the pickups (hand wound, vintage/lower output T-style in the bridge, Jazzmaster style in the neck), put on a MIA Fender Bullet one piece maple neck, and play tuned down a full step. I love how it plays, love how it sounds, and am looking at getting a new amp that's going to sound great at bedroom levels, but be loud enough to play at small gigs, even if I can't count on being mic'd (three piece, new wave-ish rock). Here's what I'd love it to have: - tube driven tremolo - tube driven reverb - tube rectifier - no master volume - medium breakup - 15" speaker I love the Princeton '68 that Fender is doing right now, but as I sometimes tune down to drop c, and my neck pickup outputs A LOT of lower frequencies, the 10" speaker doesn't seem to be enough to maintain great articulation. I don't so much mind when the amp is cranked, as the overdrive gets into that Neil Young-ish territory and is nice and rude, but I want those defined lows when playing clean, or with medium breakup. As far as I've gone in mulling over options, I've come up with two possible solutions: - getting a 1x15" external cab and using it with the Princeton, turning off it's internal speaker (concern: is 12 watts enough for a 15" speaker?) - Going for a Supro Rhythm Master (the tone is great, but it's a big price jump, and I don't know if it's going to sound all that good at bedroom levels, the way I know the Princeton will.) So, I turn to you all for your educated suggestions and advice. Thank you in advance for your help!