Hi folks, I'm playing in a new band that does a variety of music, everything from blues, jazz, country to rock 'n' roll. I play with very little gain and I have a good overdrive pedal when I want some. My problem is my SFPR is just too clean and sterile sounding to me. I can't get a warm, rich clean tone out of it. I just posted in the stompbox area asking if there's a pedal that could help: http://www.tdpri.com/forum/stomp-box/316185-warm-midrange-eq-pedal.html What I'm wondering from this forum is does anybody have a recommendation for a different amp? The Princeton has plenty of power, my band doesn't play very loud, but I'm wondering if a 12" speaker wouldn't give me more of the warmth I'm looking for? I guess I could buy an external cab for the PR, I'm not interested in altering a vintage amp. But I'm open to other configurations too (maybe a low wattage head with a 2-12" cab?) It frustrates me that as long as I've been playing and as much equipment as I've owned, I still can't seem to get it right on something as basic as a clean tone. I love my Tele and my other guitar is a Guild Starfire III which has a beautiful tone. I'm wondering if maybe the Princeton just isn't right for me. Last year I tried a tweed Deluxe clone and ultimately traded that for this amp because it didn't have enough clean headroom. Oy. Anyway, look forward to your opinions.