So I have been a long time player of Precision basses, however since leaving my last band a little over a year ago I started to look into putting more of my time into other things. And about 3-4 months ago I ended up selling my bass stuff plus a little bit of financial hardship helped instigate that choice as well. Long story short is I had my break and now the calling is calling again to play music. So I am looking into buying gear again. This time around the Thunderbird bass (standard Epiphone four string) has caught my eye and ear, always wanted one. Found one in great condition for $140, which the cheapest one I have seen yet. So now onto the amp and cab. I looked into combos and they work, but figured separate amp and cab setup is better at least for me, plus allows for upgrades along the way. Anyways I was browsing the used pages of some music sites and my local Craigslist. I found the below mentioned which are in my budget/price range: Peavey 1810 cab for $90 Peavey 410XL cab for $80 Acoustic B410 cab for $100 Peavey Max 160 amp for $80 G-K 200RCB amp for $100 Kustom III-B amp for $60 Acoustic B200 amp for $100 I know it does not give me much to play with and I am not expecting it to sound as good as say a multi-thousand dollar pro setup however out of the above mentioned which amp and cab would be the best possible setup for both sound/tone, volume and such? I drive a truck so transport is not a issue, and I know the older Peavey stuff is heavy as a boulder but is built like a tank and durable as all get out. And for sure I'll be putting some heavy duty durable casters on the cab. So what say you?