https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/28509587/move_on_solo.mp3 This is the solo part from the song "Move On" of Revolution album by Andy Timmons. Now before going "Ah that it is easily achievable by just selecting a Mesa and the relevant cabinet, that's how you do Andy Timmons tone, he uses Mesa's", please listen to it really carefully. First of all notice how each note is heard clearly without the slightest trace of any mud no matter what part of the keyboard is played. Besides, pay attention to the hugely organic and three dimensional vibe making it extremely pleasant for the ear even though there is considerable amount of gain present. Also notice the depth it has without any undesirable comb filtering or boxiness or nasalness going on. Also pay attention to how balanced it is. There isn't any frequency range that disturbes the balance by overflowing. It is so right in every aspect. Note to the "Tone is in the fingers boy, you wouldn't sound half good even you were there in the studio behind that exact gear" guys: I would. So let's just keep "it's in his fingers" motto out of the discussion but analyze the tone technically instead and decide if it is actually achievable by a modeler or a vst.