Monoprice 5w, if you want to keep things cheap and good.
Sorry your $149 Les Paul copy didn't work out. IMHO amps are probly easier to clone successfully than guitars. I bought one a those Monoprice 5 watt tube combos 2 years ago and have been playing it constantly since. Sounds like and as good as a small 1950s Tweed amp. Of course it's PCB construction, but anything not boutique is nowadays. Has 2 preamp tubes and one power amp tube, a volume and a tone knob, an 8" Celestion speaker and an 8-16 ohm speaker out jack in case you want to hook up another speaker. Mine was $114, they've gone up to $159 now, but still a good price. There still is the rare good deal out there and occasionally you get more than what you pay for.I bought a Monoprice LP copy guitar a while back for about 149.00 …the bass player steered me to it But I thought the guitar felt a little stiff and the tuners were almost to tight to tune. And the weight was too light to pass off as an LP even in the dark.
I guess ya get what ya pay for.