So, you are playing electric guitar, solo, through the amp? What else is going on, backing tracks, vocals (it would be unusual to be playing country rock, a genre I love BTW, on solo electric guitar with no vocals)? Are you intending to use the same amp for everything or is it just for the electric guitar?
If it is just for the guitar and any vocals and tracks are separately amplified I would choose the Fender Deluxe DC suggests, gorgeous little amplifier*. If everything has to go through the same rig then it, or the Marshall's,** mentioned are not suitable, you need some kind of full range system like a small PA. That teamed up with a modelling pedal of some kind for the guitar sounds would be the most effective route.
* Not quite loud enough to compete with a live drummer if 'Fender Twin Cleans' are what you need.
** Guitar amps don't do a good job reproducing vocals or full range audio like tracks as they have such a limited frequency range (Typically around 80-8,000 Hz compared to 40-20,000 for a full range system).
Finally taking this recording lark seriously (and recording my Gypsy Jazz CD)........