#1
Hey guys, I'm looking for an amp
Doesn't matter used or new
Head or combo
$600-1200 range
Good for 70s classic rock(Led Zep, Cream)
Good 90s rock(Radiohead, weezer)
I'm in thePhiladelphia area
Have a Gibson LP 60s tribute
Overdrive/distortion is not needed

Thx guys
#2
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#3
For use at home, with a drummer, mic'd with PA, unmic'd, or...?

Some kind of 2203 would be good. You can afford a used JCM800 2203 if you want the real deal.

Look at the Egnater Tweaker 40.
Marshall JCM2000 DSL is always good.
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#4
Something like a JCM800 or a boosted plexi clone if you don't mind the lack of the master volume.
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#5
The Dual Reverb isn't great, but some modding would do you well. The orange and DSL are good options. A JCM900 MKIII would be perfect with some very light mods.
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#6
As everyone else is saying, a Marshally flavor would do you well. +1 to all recommendations, I'll add an obligatory Jet City mention, and you may also want to check out stuff like the

Fender Super Sonic
Peavey Triumph
Peavey VTM
Mesa Rectoverb or Tremoverb
Blackstar Series One (the EL34 one would be good)
Carvin (several amps, most notably the X100B)
Laney GH/VH/AOR Pro Tube

There's a few to look at
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#7
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#8
I'm currently thinking about a Mesa Boogie Express 5/50, which is all-tube amp that can play at 5 watts or 50 watts, for versatility playing at home or gigging. The sell new for $1500 or so, but I see them used for around $1,000. It sounds like that might also fit your need.

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#9
^ for your life you'll not be able to play zep with that amp.
Too low gain.
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Clue: amplifiers amplify so don't turn it on if you need quiet.
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