Old school grit in a modern head? Help!
Here's the situation, I'm reconsolidating gear at the moment by trimming the fat and moving into gear I've always really wanted. At the moment I have two Avatar T153s and a vintage Acoustic 470 head. I absolutely love the tone I'm getting out of the Acoustic with the Avatar, but I'm selling one of the cabs since I only ever use one and will have some spare cash, and am considering replacing the Acoustic with a lighter modern alternative.
I'm looking for the warm midrange the acoustic offers with the nice breakup, and have narrowed it down to a few option but wanted to get some feedback. I'm considering the GK MB Fusion, The Genz Benz Streamliner, or an Aguilar Tonehammer. I tried a Mark Bass before but I wasn't wild about the yellow and it was a bit too zingy for my taste. If anyone could offer me some general thoughts on the above option for getting the old school warm mid range sound.
Looking for light weight, 350-500 watts, topping out in price around 800 new. If you have any other recommendations, let me know. I also have fond memories of my Ampeg PF500, but I always found the midrange control was never quite responsive enough for my liking.