Hi guys... I'm a jazz musician with a solid stable of solid state amps from a Roland Cube 30 to a Lunchbox to an Acoustic Image Coda+. The amps serve me very well on guitar in quieter jazz settings. For some extra change, I've been playing guitar in more blues/rock settings lately and these amps aren't cutting it at all. Our current line up is a loud drummer with a full kit, an electric bass running through a 4 10" or maybe a 4 8" GK cabinet, keys through a loud combo and another guitarist through a larger Marshall Combo with probably 1 or 2 10"s in it. I brought my Lunchbox this evening and it was just pushing too hard for this crew. I was playing all out through the bridge pickup and there wasn't "tone" -- it was just kind of noisy distortion coming through the mix. Not much to be proud of. I'm not used to playing at these volume levels (and apparently my equipment is the same!). So I need a better amp for this set up -- I want to be heard! That said, I'd like to stay as small and light weight as possible. This is really the key for me. I'd like two channels (clean/dirty) and built in reverb. I'd like to be able to dial in a 'basic' blues distortion tone (a la Buddy Guy or Clapton's Cradle to Grave). Nothing too elaborate. I'll be playing straight through. I'm not terribly budget conscious, I'd rather get something that works well for the situation given it's a paid gig. Please give me some suggestions for a combo amp meeting these criteria. Thanks!