Hey Hu-Man. Personally I'd start over, but here's a little advice from an old man on the mountain. Don't compromise on ANYTHING. If you can find a complete rig for a grand that'll do what you want then cool. But don't feel like you need to get an entire rig with your budget. What I've done over the years, especially with my mastering room, is to be patient and buy one extremely good piece at a time, and then wait until I can afford to add to it, rather than getting hasty and buying a bunch of mediocre crap just so I can get everything all at once, and then be looking at replacing it all again in a year. So what I'm saying is spend your grand on some really excellent cabs, and live with your amp until you can replace that, or vice-versa. It's no fun to have to wait, but I promise you'll come out with a rig that you'll use for years rather than wanting to change again in a few months.