I think the most easily available ones will be the Laney Cub 12(?), and the Vox AC4 series, both available at Furtado's. Having experience with the Vox, I can recommend it. Good for home, and recording.
- ability to play at 1/4th watts, 1 watt, or 4 watts. You can get tube distortion at bedroom levels
- when just starting to break-up, has a nice bluesy edge (very Voxey), but when cranked, borders fuzz(this could be a pro or con for you)
- choice between 8" or 10" Celestion speakers, Head and Cab versions.
- build quality seems decent, owned 2, no issues so far.
- looks awesome.
- might not be enough headroom for you. With a low output strat, at 4 watts, amp will start breaking up quite a bit before the halfway mark. If your using high output humbuckers, it'll breakup even sooner (but its still not too bad for home use).
- changing tubes doesn't look like it would be too easy (luckily haven't had to do that yet).
- lack of enough tone control. Comes with 3 knobs; volume, 1/4w/1w/4w, tone. The tone knob isn't very responsive.
- more expensive than the cub, retails at 14,000 at Furtado's.
Its still a nice amp though, and if you like a nice Vox tone, this isn't a bad option. But since I haven't played the cub cant compare them.
Guitars: Fender CS Strat, MIM Telecaster Deluxe, Epi Hummingbird
Pedals:EHX-killswitch, BMP w/wicker,small stone,cathedral,nano q; Earthquaker- hoof,tone reaper,bit commander,organizer;Wrenn and Cuff BOW;Sunface; Musket; FuzzFactory;Boss SD1 (original,analogman,keeley),RV3,TR2,CS3, RC2, space station; EB VP jr;Behringer multifx,digitaldelay,gcb 95 wah