I'm the lead guitarist in my band. We play a mix of rockabilly, rock & roll, surf, swing, blues & country. Our band is a bit loud. Our rhythm guitarist plays with a clean tone and no effects through a Twin Reverb set somewhere between 4 and 6 on the volume. To keep up with him, I also started using an old silverface Twin Reverb. The rest of my rig consists of an EP-3 Echoplex and a Fender Reverb Unit. I like the way the rig sounds on the surf instrumentals, the country stuff and some of the early rockabilly stuff but I'd like to be able to get a little bit more grit, compression etc. I like that it's clean but I'd like a little more grind to it sometimes. I don't want to resort to using a pedal and the Echoplex is actually pretty clean sounding so I'm thinking I need to find a new amp. I need something that will keep up with rhythm guitarist. We don't use monitors very often and we generally play pretty much like the bands did in the 50s and 60s so I need something with enough volume, can still get a good clean tone but have a little more hair on it than a Twin. I like clean tone but with a touch of hair. A Super Reverb or a Vibrolux Reverb perhaps? Baseman? I'd prefer something without a master volume as I've never really cared for that sound but all suggestions are welcome.