I only have low watt amps at home.
At the moment I have:
Works best with single coil pickups or humbuckers that are not hot.
Uses only pre-amp tubes so you can mix and match. At the moment I have 2 12AX7 in it to get the most saturation at low volume.
Sound good when broken in and you can connect a cabinet if you want more volume and headroom. The clean is typical fender voiced, the overdrive is a bit tweedy.
Marshall JMP1C 1 watt amp.
This is my favourite amp with my Les Paul. It's like they were made for each other.
I have the combo but there is a head you can get as well together with the others in the one watt series.
Highly recommended for home and studio use. I get AC/DC and Slash tones easily.
Vox Lil'Night Train
If you prefer the Vox jangle and the May roar, you might opt for this head and cab.
I can also recommend the Palmer Eins which is a nice little head, ut since I opt for tone diversity it has not yet found a place in my home (since I already have some amps).
It is almost always a good idea to change the tubes for something else. All of these amps uses preamp tubes. This means you can swap them around as you please and not worry about bias and so on.
So these gives you pure tube sounds. No digital stuff at all.
But I have also tested the Yamaha range of smaller speakers with builtin effects. So these are basically good hifi/bluetooth speakers that have a guitar input and some effects and modelling. Great for practice or playing along with your pre-recorded tracks. But it's not a tube amp.