Long time listener, first time caller. I have been a stout Marshall super lead devote for years and now I’m looking to expand my horizons as my wife says and looking to purchase my first black face fender. I live out in the country and have a Fryette powerstation so volume is no real big concern for me and I’m practically deaf now. I play Lester’s, SG’s and Firebirds pretty much exclusively and the only effects I use are an old vintage Echoplex EP3 and Dallas Rangemaster. I get my dirt/cleans from the guitar and amp. I don’t use distortion or overdrive pedals. I play a lot of classic rock from the late 60’s-70’s and in particular a lot of southern rock. ABB, Skynyrd and Marshall Tucker. I also dig on James Gang stuff a lot. All of which used either black face or silver face twins, supers and Princeton’s, champs etc. Here is where I’m stuck. The reissue blackface deluxes, Twins and supers seem to get either a lot of love as being 90% true to their forefathers and even closer after being rebaised hotter, maybe some Weber speakers and NOS glass or a lot of hate as being too cold, too thin and not worth dumping the money into. Thoughts? Out of the reissues the Super seems to be the one perhaps? For about the same price as the above amps not including any mods/upgrades you can get nice used unmolested blackface Vibro champs and Supers. If we are talking about Vintage amps, I’m really leaning towards a 65 Vibro champ as they seem to overdrive very nicely and seem to have the same general sound and tone as a twin. I’m all ears guys!