Ok here it is: after a long search and trying many different amps I finally settled for a Fender Princeton Reverb RI. I have always liked Fender cleans and missed the cleans when I did not have any. I just could not bond with a Vox or a Marshall type amp. Now, the strange thing is, I play classic / southern rock, little pop-rock sometimes and hardly play clean at all...But when I do, it must be of the Fender type. Apart from the cleans, I like my sound with a little hair (done with a TS or RC booster now) or creamy overdrive (AC Booster). The issue is that I always find myself fiddling with the knobs on the amp, pedals and even EQ's. I play a Hofner verythin with SD 59's, a Telecaster and two P90 loaded Les Pauls. Clean, all sound just fine. Unfortunately, I have to adjust the bass and treble of the amp and the overdrives to suit the guitar when I use an overdrive. With the P90's and the humbuckers there is just too much bass (like I installed a 200 watt woofer) and treble (ear-pinching). Then, plugging in the Telecaster, I am missing spank and mids. So.. I am looking for something else. An amp that has Fender cleans, but does have a usable overdrive (either with pedals or a channelswitcher) without too much bass and treble EQ-ed in at that point. Now, I don't want to make this another dumble thread, but I really like these sounds, from Jon Herington: Especially the Gibson LP at 06:00 minutes in sounds very good. Thick cleans and (even on the bridge pickup) a fat overdrives without sounding too bright and too much bass at the same time. Interesting enough, he does talk about having the issue with the bass and uses a RC booster to clean it up (but only with the neck pickups on the Gibsons) A Bludotone is out of reach due to funds and size. I just need to use it at home (but can be played loud) and a occasional gig. No need to power a football stadium. Any ideas as far amps that can do this? or maybe hints to make the current setup better? How are you Fender amp guys doing this? Thanks!