Man... this must be the most question threads I've had since I first got on The Gear Page... it was so much easier when all I knew was Marshall, Fender and Vox... hehe... I said EASIER... not BETTER. Anyways... I have a Germino LoVo Lead 55 ('69 Super Lead inspired) and I was wondering how much overlap there would be tonally between these two amps... from the clips alone I can tell the Constellation has a bit better note seperation at higher gain levels, a little bit smoother but generally seems to be in the same ball park. There seems to be a lot more sustain and a little bit more gain on tap however, which is great cause I need that. And from the clean tones on the Supernatural track I can tell the cleans are more chimey and airy than the Germino. My big thing is... I need levels of gain around where the Bogner Ecstasy is with a maxed blue channel or a medium cranked red channel but I need a high level of note and string definition for the complex voices of the chords I use... will the Constellation do this? Also... I know the amp feeds back even with clean chords... so does that mean it is a total no go with hollowbody guitars? (cause that would be a bad thing) And I need a great clean out of it... a stunning clean... chimey, airy and 3D... doesn't have to be at gig levels, but enough for studio work. So can the Constellation do this for me, or should I be looking somewhere else? Please forgive the long post... I so thought I knew exactly what I needed to round my stable out... and now... now I'm completely lost. -TJK P.S This must sound crazy eh? The only other thing I need this amp to do is let me walk on water, haha.