Currently at home I have Super Reverb with Weber Mass JTM45 with PPIMV Tweed Deluxe with a PPIMV For the family weekend beach house I have been packing the Tweed, some pedals, a guitar, cables, power supplies, etc. I really like the TD tone but it wont do ultra Fender cleans and won't do Marshall (duh) and I always need to bring a least a reverb. We also bring a bunch of things and I own a sedan so things can get crowded in the car and it would be tough to bring more than one person there and back. So as most bad ideas start out I started wandering craigslist in cities between NYC and Providence RI for an amp with reverb that I would leave at the house. Deluxe Reverbs are fairly inexpensive but the real steals seem to be Twin Reverbs as they are just too loud and heavy for 95% of the population. It seems possible to get one of these magical beasts from somewhere betwen high $500s to low $700s with varing speakers. The funny thing is even though I have my own basement/workshop I still can't get super loud. The TD full out is too loud at 12w for extended use and I usually run the ppimv at 50%. I am comfortable modding amp and understand that sacrifices using an attenuator or ppimv comes with but my Super is only 40w.....we are now talking 80w or 100w. I know I can pull 2 tubes I can add a master vol/ppimv/etc if it doesnt already have one or use an attenuator I know I can mod circuits on ptp amps and even the RIs The question, for those of you with direct experience, can these things still sound good at home volumes using mods/etc and is it worth it if you are saving $200-$300 over a Deluxe Reverb which...ya know....could be relocated now an then?