Ok, I've settled on an electric guitar (Epiphone Les Paul Standard) which I hope to pick up in the next couple of days. (I was going to get it today, however the Guitar Center I went to was out of stock)
I've been researching a good practice amp in the approx 15W range, however I'm considering everything from the 3W Roland Micro Cube up to 30W Line6 Spider III models. I'd like a modeling amp so I can eventually play with different sounds to get an idea of what I really like as this will be my first electric guitar (and I've had limited practice on an acoustic). Here's my short list, however open to suggestions of others:
Roland Cube 20X
Roland Micro Cube
Line 6 Spider III 15
Line 6 Spider III 30
Crate FlexWave FW15R
Vox Valvetronix AD15VT
Looking to play mostly classic rock, southern rock; want a clean sound when a clean sound is needed, but the ability to play with the sound as I advance. Might also add that I'm going to be playing with headphones a LOT. A big part of the reason for getting an electric is so I can practice some in the evenings while watching TV in the same room as my wife.
Anything in the list above that stands out for the players out there, anything I should knock off the list or something I'm over looking that I really should add?