I live in a city with woefully poor selections of good gear. We have GC, some small mom and pops that only carry Peavey stuff, and a tiny shop that only carries boutique amps (read: out of my price range). I'm looking for an "all-tube" head for practice and smaller gigs. As such, it does NOT need to be crazy powerful. This will be my first all-tube head, and my budget is around $800. The options I've seen on the used market (within my budget) include: Fender 100T [6L6] Ampeg V4 [6L6] Traynor YBA200 [KT88] Eden WTB300 [KT88] Ampeg PF50T [6L6] Ashdown CTM100 [KT88] Of these, I've played the PF50T. I've also played all the Mesa tube heads, and of course a CL. That's it. That's my all-tube experience. My only takeaways are that the CL sounds too wooly or fluffy, the Mesa stuff all sounds too sterile and dry. The PF50T *almost* gets the tone I want - certainly a little better than the CL for my tastes. I've also been playing a GK MB212 combo that I LOVE, but it isn't warm. If there's something that can get in the ballpark of the GK sound and have tube warmth - that's what I want. I play mostly non-aggressive styles like funk, jazz, pop, gospel, blues, etc.....so any overdriven sound is a very low priority for me. I'll get overdrive with effects if I ever need to go down that road for a cover song. So.......based on my limited experience, local availability, and budget.....which amp should I try to acquire?