In the next few months I'll be in the market for a new combo that I'd like to use at home, out w/the band, at practice, and in the studio. I want something either in a 1x12 or 2x12 format, and something with no more than 2 channels. I need the amp to have an awsome clean sound, and to also have an amazing overdrive/distortion sound. I don't care if I have to crank it to get the goods. It should also be able to take pedals well. Reverb isn't needed, although it would be nice. Lastly, I'd like it if it had enough head room to atleast keep up with a loud drummer at practice. So far I've been looking into the following amps: Louis Electric KR12- Seems to be the best amp for Keith tones something that I've always dug. It also seems to have quite good cleans, and is said to sound huge for a 1x12. Also, I've been told that it takes pedals well. Xits amps- I'm not sure which of the models I'd be looking at, but one of the 15/30 watt models, most likely. These guys are a fairly new company, and I haven't read much about them on here. Based on the clips I've heard, these sound awsome. They also have good cleans, awsome overdrive, and take pedals well.... Kingsley Tonebaron or Deluxe 32- Kingsley amps are a Canadian company who are making some very cool vox style amps, but they're alot more than that. They have some of the nicest cleans I've heard, some awsome OD tones and also take pedals well. Please come in and tell me about other combos that you feel would suit my needs. For the record, I've got an awsome combo at the moment- a JMI AC-15 Twin, but for live and at practice, it just isn't cutting it for me w/ regards to clean headroom. That's not the reason I bought it, though, so no worries. Thanks in advance, guys. Cheers, Marko M.