Hello my fellow TPGers, I've had a love/hate relationship with my Fender Deluxe Reverb Reissue ever since I've had it... In particular, since I switched to vintage Fender Musicmasters. It's just too damn 'bright'! I've bought EQ pedals to try and tame the highs, but then you're sacrificing clarity, tone etcetera. I swapped out the stock Jensen for a Cannabis Rex, based on many online recommendations (some claiming it fixed the icepick highs) and it helped but hasn't cured the problem completely. Another gripe, that is definitely related to the one mentioned above, is that the DRRI notoriously doesn't take certain pedals well, dirt pedals in particular. I mostly play at bedroom levels and like to get my dirt from stompboxes, so this poses another problem for me! I've gone through a lot of overdrive and modulation pedals specifically because they didn't play well with my vintage single-coils-into-DRRI combination. Apart from these issues, I love the sound of Fender cleans... I never thought the day would come where I'd actually consider parting with my DRRI, but the above issues have been bugging me more and more (I have chronic migraine headaches, and the obnoxiously bright frequencies haven't been sitting well with me lately). I don't know much about the Super Reverb, Princeton, Twin, etcetera... Does anybody know if any of the other amps in the Fender lineup can offer me DRRI type clean tones, but with a less pronounced high end, and hopefully can take pedals a little better? Or, any other amp, period (not in the Fender lineup), that has great cleans and takes front-end dirt well? I'd prefer to stick with a combo amp, but I'm open to suggestions. Thanks in advance everyone. P.S. I had one more thing that I didn't love about my DRRI... I wish that it had even more clean headroom. I know that these are pretty clean amps, in general, even on higher volumes, but I would love an amp that I could turn up to ample volumes and have the tone sound the same as when I have it on bedroom levels, just louder! I like my DRRI on '2' or '3', but when I turn it up anywhere past '5' (which I do every once in awhile, with a drummer), the bright highs become even more pronounced and I lose that classic Fender clean tone that I like on low volumes. But honestly, I don't need to turn up often enough for this to be a real deciding factor in my amp choice. The first issues mentioned are my primary concerns that I'd like to address if looking at other amp choices. edit - I only play on the 'normal' channel (input #2), so any 'bright cap' removal suggestions won't help me.