Well, I picked up a Mesa Boogie Tremoverb 2x12 combo last week (semi-local trade)...Now, I'm no Mesa new-bie.... I've had MANY Boogie Rectifier amps: Triple, Dual, Single, ROV, (two) Tremoverbs, Road King, and a Roadster - but I was playing in a semi-hard rock band when I went through all those and never really used or liked the cleans, but then again I was using a really hot dual humbucker guitar too. I'm currently playing a couple of Telecasters with Lindy Fralin Blues special pickups in them and I'm playing a lot more on the clean channel than ever before..... As a matter of fact, I can really get by just fine with my Hayseed30 and a couple pedals, but there was just something I was REALLY missing when we would do a hard rock tune...... the low-mid growl of a Rectifier. Well, I'm happy to say that I got that "low-mid growl" back in my rock tones, but I was pleasently surprised when I dialed in a clean tone!??!!? The clean channel on my other two T-verbs never stood out to me as really that good (could have been the guitar too), but this can get as twangy or spanky as I want it to..... Enough so that I could do some classic old country with it and have that "Bakersfield" twang going on. If country isn't your thing, you still have to apprecieate the clean tone on this amp, not what you would expect from a "metal" amp. Which makes me wonder, could it be the speakers? This T-verb has V30s in it where I always used a Genz Benz G-flex cab with my other Boogies, except the Roadster which also had V30's and was also one of my favorite boogies. I can't really compare this to my Roadster's cleans, which are supposed to be based off the Lonestar, but I can say they aren't as "Fender-ish" as the Roadster (which also has a wonderful clean tone), but they are IMO just as nice. The reverb is even better than I remembered.... Enough so to pull of some surf tunes without any help from an FX unit providing extra reverb. So for those looking for a great rock amp with steller cleans, the T-verb is a great place to start..... so tell me, why did I get rid of my other two T-verbs?