The most amps I’ve owned at one time were three and none of them were Marshalls. At one time I envisioned owning a blackface, tweed, Marshall and Vox. (To hell with modeling!). I found I didn’t like Vox either. Every time I’ve ventured into other amp tones I’ve always came running back to my blackface friends (either a DR or a PR). Again my ears aren’t nuanced enough to really differentiate. If I want AC/DC style Marshall sound I can get close enough. If I want Cinnamon Girl, Stones, ZZ Top Tweed tones I can get close enough. I find little distinction between Hendrix cleans in Marshall’s or Fenders, etc. Now, if I had an expansive music room maybe I would indulge having many amps but my guitar room is a 10x11 space. It’s funny how we all perceive different tones and develop our preferences. Plus, we all employ our devices differently. I’m a non-gigging home player. Pedals allow me to control loudness and still get crunch or lead tones. I plan to simplify that because I now have an amp with an attenuator.