So to replace my BOSS GT-8 which I got in 2005, and my Peavey 110 amp I got in 2003.. I decided to jump in the amp modeling world and got a Helix LT and two Yamaha HS8 (Powered FRFR). Was aiming for the Axe FX, but the Helix seemed easier to use and I figured the amp modelers are so good now, there's no bad choice probably. So got the Helix LT since it was in stock at my local store. After two weeks, of playing 2 hours a day, I've tweaked, updated firmware, created patches, bought OwnHammer IR which I now find is essential (now thrilled that I had to add this to get better sounds out of it) and I'm still no where near satisfied with the sound. Just really sounds digital and not "real", there's no feel as weird as that sounds. My patches sound good, but its so uninspiring to play or practice through... I've just decided that I'm not spending more time trying amp sims, buying IR's and tweaking and tweaking, low and high cut, single/dual IR, EQ and more EQ... this just isn't fun. Returning it all tomorrow. I plugged in my old amp and GT-8 and it sounds pretty bad... but it feels 10x better.. actually sounds musical, but bit of that 2005 BOSS fizz going on haha.. So maybe the sounds in my head, the sound I'm after comes from an amp.. I play lots in Drop C (I Built the Sky songs mostly) and other guitars are in standard but I experiment alot with lower turnings. I'm looking for a high gain amp and a 2x12 probably. Budjet is wide open, but I'd like an amp that can sound good at lower volume, not whisper quiet, but something I can play in my basement while the family sleeps on the second floor. I'm looking into REVV Generator 100P.. Interested in the Bogner Ubershall and the Deizel VH4 but the price is kinda outrageous, and could be hard to get in Canada with Covid and all.. Maybe just a Dual Recto would do.. 5150? Any suggestions? Thanks!