Hey just thought Id give opportunity to offer some appreciation to the Classic Type 3 from Two-Rock. Ive spent several days now with it. Its a two channel amp (channel switching). Ive spent most of the time dialing the clean channel. This channel is a serious gold mine of clean tones. Setting the EQ toggle to the up position, a myriad of Fender cleans are available. With the EQ toggle set in the down position, the cleans just get bigger and robust. This channel simply does not leave anything from the imagination. From squeaky cleans, to various degrees of hairy, crunchy goodness are at your disposal. I absolutely love it. And, its sonic footprint is massive, truly enormous. The Lead channel is laced through and through with some authentic marshall DNA yet bigger and more balsy. Im not much of a lead player so I cant comment in that context; but I can offer that that Lead channel puts out a thick, chunky, thud-ridden rhythm tone. Id be cool to hear from other Type 3 owners, and how you dial it in. Ive been on a tone/amp quest for quite some time. I very happy to say that I think quest is over at least for a while. J I gigged with it this weekend. It delivered without a glitch. I received many compliments on my tone to which I simply pointed to the amp. Oh yeah, the FET on this baby is so cool that it rivaled my TIM pedal, and made me question whether or not to remove the TIM from my pedal board. The Classic Type 3 is the real deal!