Okay, so I see why people swoon over the '59/'60 Bassman. Such fantastic, 3D depths. Dimensionality galore. And I also see why people love the lower-power Tweeds. Pastels on fire. All kinds of grail going on. But I also hear lots of flub, especially on lower notes, power chords, etc. I've long been a Blackface/Silverface kind of player because I really like the solidity of lower-register sounds/notes. So what Tweed (circuit + speaker size and type) has the firmest bass in the smallest, richest package of power? I.e., is there a type or brand of 5W or 15W Tweed (which circuit?) that sounds really tight with X or Y size and type speaker, but also gives that great Tweed creamy dimensionality when not pushed to break-up edges? Bells without flub, so speak? Any great compromises between a Bassman's 3D qualities and a Champ's eagerness to catch fire? I'm describing a Tweed Deluxe, aren't I? If so, what particular version of the Tweed Deluxe, made by whom, etc.? Thanks!