Hi Everyone, Brand new to the forum, but have been reading for a while. I have tried a ton of amps searching for one that sounds very similar to a Mesa Boogie Mark I on the clean channel. I love the blackface sound, with the added fullness of the mids. It really had a full, airy sound, which I loved. However, being mostly a home player, the wattage was WAY too much. I had about 20 minutes with a Tone King Imperial MKii, and really liked it. However, it was a little harsh with the treble from my 58/07 pickups in my PRS. Didn't have enough time with the knobs to find a fuller rounded sound. I have also demo'd a Carr Sportsman for about an hour. Beautiful amp, definitely has the mids, however, wasn't as big of a fan of the gain sounds. Tone King was much better for me here with the versatility of the different gain stages I did like the slight natural compression of the Carr. Like I said, the Tone King sounded a little harsh, but maybe I didn't find the tone I was looking for in the short time I had with it. I got really close with the Sportsman, but wondered how much versatility this amp would have. I liked that about the Imperial. Lots of tonal variety. Have not tried a Goodsell, but recently read about the V6 model. The one demo i saw had me intrigued. However, is it more of a tweed style amp? I'm really looking for that sweet blackface tone with a mid boost option. I'm looking for a clean that can chime, but not sound too trebly. I really liked the rich fullness of a Mesa. Looking for that (I know, overused) 3D sound that has some sort of power scaling feature allowing it to be played and driven at home. EDIT: Also, looking for an amp that won't fight my pedals. That is important. Guessing most high end boutiques do a nice job with this. Thanks for the help everyone! If I am missing a better fit, please point me in the right direction. I have played smaller Mesa's and they were missing the magic for me.