I need some advice. My last band broke up a few months ago, and I decided I'm finally going to start a band that I play guitar in. For the past six years I've had a Marshall Valvestate 2x12, which was given to me as a xmas present. I've figured if I want to play guitar seriously, I should get a serious amp. So I plan on selling the Marshall and getting a Fender. I need some advice on what might be good for me. The music I've been writing is in the vein of Low, Galaxie 500, Ida, etc. Very subdued, pretty indie-pop . So I want something that has a great clean sound, with a great reverb. I want a combo that can stay clean at normal stage volume without PA support. If I want overdrive, I'll use a pedal. I'm looking for something used, so please make recommendations based on 70's models. I'm also looking to stay below $600 if possible. The only Fender amps I've been able to play are the new Super Reverb reissue and Twin Reverb reissue. I'm not sure how the sound of these amps compare to the older amps. I like the sound of the Super Reverb a lot better than the Twin Reverb, but I'm not sure how loud it will get before distorting, since I couldn't crank it up in the store. A little break-up is not a big deal, but I don't want overdrive. I know the Twin Reverb will work for what I want to do, but I like the reverb sound on the Super Reverb better. I've been doing some research, and I've considered looking into a Pro Reverb, Super Six, Tremolux, or Vibrolux. And I'm not adverse to a head/cab arrangement either. I would just use my Mesa bass combo (1x15 200 watt all tube), but it has no reverb, and weighs over 100 pounds. Just for reference, I will be playing a Gibson SG and a Schecter Tempest semi-hollow through it. I may also get a Thinline Telecaster in the future. Yeah, I know I'm committing a cardinal sin here, but someone here has to know something about old Fender amps. Besides, folks here are nicer and smarter than the guys in those guitar forums anyway. Thanks in advance for any recommendations.