Hi, everyone! I'm looking to see if anyone can give any feedback on the Marsh Big Texan amp. When I'm playing fiddle and guitar (mainly with tribute bands), I use high-powered amps with 2x12", or 4x10" speaker configurations (twin reverb, '65 SRRI etc.) due to the size of the venues we play. Around October of last year, I started working in a cover band again to keep dates filled, and we're playing medium-sized dance halls and small restaurants. Due to these new circumstances, my twin reverb and 65 SRRI are pushing too much air, compared to the steel and bass player's amps (they're both using amps with 15" speakers). We also tend to play with our amps un-miced. Our drummer plays at moderate volume, but still with authority. Since I play fiddle, I need an amp that can keep a good clean tone, and also take pedals well, as I play lead guitar as well (Country is our main genre). I need it to be in the 35 - 40-watt range for this. I owned and played through a DRRI when I was just starting out 4 years ago, but its lower wattage didn't help my fiddle much when the shows got bigger. Apologies for the long post, but I'm wondering if a '64 Vibroverb-style amp with a single 15" speaker would help? I like 6L6-based Fender amps (works best for my fiddle), and have the 15" speaker as my monitor. I'd like to hear from any Marsh amp users (especially, Marsh Big Texan amp users!). I haven't owned any fender clones before, but I like what I hear on clips of his amps (I think his DR clone sounds very similar to DRRI amp I owned). Just to recap: I'm looking for a 40-watt, Fender-based, two channel amp for fiddle and guitar; that runs a single 15", and is easier to move than a twin/pro reverb, or SRRI amp. Thank you, Joseph.