Okay, I was listening to "Live at Leeds" again at lunch, so I'm just going to go ahead and ask the question of the amp gurus, clumsy as it is: What is a currently available amp and speaker cabinet combination that would get me in the vicinity of a correct, original Reeves/Joyce era 4 input DR-103 sound at a volume that won't kill small animals? ... Background and details, if it helps: That Townshend/Leeds sound is one of a couple or three holy grail sounds for me. I've wanted it for years. Can't find it. Or haven't looked in the right place. I have it on authority that simply buying anything with EL34s isn't necessarily the solution either, as lower wattages and output volume will affect those tubes differently than 100 watts turned up to 10. It has also been suggested that for lower wattage use, EL84s would be better. But I don't care what it's made with so much as what it sounds like with my guitars and the correct speakers/cab. But I want that sound: hi-fi, chiming, brilliant, ringing, fast, stiff, high headroom, similar breakup, BIG. The sound doesn't have to be a carbon copy--and that's unattainable even if I were to buy an original DR-103, as I'll never have the opportunity to turn it up. But it needs to evoke that feeling, at a sane volume. It also needs to be hand-made, of the highest quality, and preferably US made. Guitars I would feed it would include an SG with P90s (yes, I really, really love that sound), a Strat, Jaguar, Tele (when I get it!) all pure single coils, several different Gibson ES guitars, some with low-output P90s and some with PAFs...those are the main ones. Thoughts?