Hey guys, What hybrid amp would you recommend I look into? I'm currently playing in a modern country project, and am looking for something that can give me that vintage tube warmth and body, and maybe a little grit, but in a hybrid package (hybrid mostly because of weight and $). I don't like the sterile sound of an all solid-state amp. I like the Ampeg SVT sound, but haven't been a fan of their hybrid amps that I've tried. FWIW, I play a Lull P5, Lakland 55-60, and G&L 2500. I recently played a Fender Bassman 250 combo at a casino gig, and while I know it's not a hybrid amp - or a great amp for that matter - I did really like what I perceived to be a more "vintage" tone that I was able to get out of it than the tone I get from my current Demeter pre/Carvin power amp setup (into an Epifani UL2-410). Maybe it's their EQ setup, or something about the pre. I don't know. It got me looking into Fender amps, which I haven't looked into in quite some time, and I landed on the TB600 and TB1200, which have gotten pretty good reviews. I'm very strongly leaning towards picking up a TB1200, even though I'm not able to try one out before I do, hoping to find what I'm looking for. Before I pulled the trigger, though, I thought I'd ask for your guys' opinions. Would you recommend the TB1200 over another brand for producing a "vintage" tube tone? Is there something else you'd recommend over the Fender amps? Thanks!