My current rig = Tele -> Tremoverb and an ever rotating array of pedals... although my Visual Sound Visual Volume and Boss DD-20 seem to be permanent staples. I'm looking for something a bit different. I'm after jangly cleans and that just-on-the-verge-of-breakup (read: Vox) and thick, articulate overdrive that can get nice and crunchy without being overly bright, overly compressed or overly saturated (read: Orange). I'm trying to stay away from using a two amp setup. Here are a few other things that are important to me: - would prefer a combo (1x12 or 2x12) and weight is not an issue - responds well to volume/dynamic changes - I assume these sounds are not possible in a single channel amp, so channels should be footswitchable - fx loop would be a huge plus as I'm an avid delay/reverb (pedal) user - will be used almost everyday between rehearsals and touring, so reliability is important The Tremoverb is okay. The clean channel is actually really good for what it is, but no where near the Vox jangle I'm after. And the gain channel thins out quite a bit after I dial it in so that it cuts through the mix (I'm the lead player in a two guitar band), although it still sounds pretty good. The band is kind of Switchfoot meets Jimmy Eat World... vaugue I know, and not sure if that helps or matters. Price... I dunno. The cheaper the better, but I'm willing to spend a couple grand on quality. The Vox overdrive doesn't really do it for me (but love the cleans) and the Orange cleans don't really do it either (although I've only tried the Rocker 30 and the AD30 and didn't spend much time at all on the clean channels because the overdrive is to die for). Not even sure where to start... Matchless? Badcat? Tophat? I'd like to use something that is somewhat readily available, nothing too obscure or with a wait list.