Hello All, I'm shopping around for a new amp and seeking some advice. I'm not very knowledgeable about gear. My favorite amp is the Peavey Delta Blues with 15" speaker. There are some used ones around my area, but I figured I might as well broaden the search to look at some other amps in a similar vein, and learn something while doing it. Poking around on the interent, I see the Peavey has EL34 tubes (Correction:EL84 thanks!). Other than that, what should I know about it to find amps that sound similar? I found some demos on youtube of a Tweed Fender Bassman that sounded nice to me, but I notice that uses different tubes. I assume the circuit is quite different. I've tested out a couple amps in person. I played a Twin Reverb Reissue. It really didn't agree with me, though I know it is a classic amp beloved by many. Hotrod Deluxe and Deville sounded very good to me. And I played a vintage Super Reverb that I liked quite well. I assumed it would sound quite close to the Twin Reverb but, for whatever reason, I liked it much better. Perhaps the Twin was not a good one. The Allen Brown Sugar sounds interesting and potentially similar sound to the Peavey at a higher quality/durability level. But I doubt I could find one to try before ordering. Here is some relevant info: - I play jazz and blues, some R&B. I generally use a clean sound. I like a "rich" clean sound, which I find the Peavey Delta Blues provides. - I play a telecaster, an ES335, and an ES175. - I play with a drummer from time to time, but never that loud. 30-45 watts seems to be sufficient. - I like amps that are quiet. My only complaint with the Peavey Delta Blues is that some of them make strange noises. Probably they just needed repair, but I've never had one as quiet as a Headstrong Lil King I owned. - Price doesn't matter that much. I have a working amp and I can save up until I have enough to get what I want. Thanks all!