Ok... I suspect this will be long... here goes: I have the Vox AC15c1. I've had it for around 15 years, and it's always been enough. But I just had the first rehearsal with my bad after more than a year and certain things have changed: 1. We have a new drummer who is not as 'subtle' as the last one (but thankfully he's a much nicer guy) 2. The other guitarist replaced his Vox AC15c1 with a Victory V40. Now, it's not like I am completely lost in the mix or anything like that, but I did feel I had 'nowhere to go' a lot of the time. I ended up maxing the MV while trying to keep the channel volume as low as possible. I never had to max the MV before. Weirdly, I like to use the Hudson Broadcast as an always on pedal with the gain cranked. That's because I NEED to use the guitar volume as a gain knob, and the Broadcast is excellent at going from full on fuzz to beautifully clean with just a nudge of the guitar volume (clean, funky rhythm to great lead tone within songs). So... I suspect that I need marginally more headroom. I know some headroom can be coaxed with speaker swaps etc, but I suspect it won't be enough. My question is, will a Deluxe Reverb do the trick? I know that a Twin or an AC30 is probably a safer bet, but the weight puts me off. Suggestions? THANKS!! EDIT: I don't care about bedroom level performance. I have a different setup for that.