The only two stock presets in the M3 and M4 I found in the store were Pigs Can Fly (David Gilmour, 70's era big fuzz with delay) and Tweed Sugar (tweed keith richards early stones). Those two presets were spot on, but you have to be a HUGE fan of either band to really appreciate them. Right off the bat spin that big dial around to the "Basic (amp name)" presets and immediately turn the gain down, the volume up to about 8, and the master at no less than 3 to really hear what the amp is producing. Only then does the mustang make sense. Otherwise it's just another digital modeling amp. I'm seriously in love with the 59 bassman, 65 deluxe, British Watts (hiwatt), and the Brit 70's and Brit 80's amp models. Between my USA Strat and 61 SG, I can dial in about any friggin tone I want. After 15 years of tubes-only, I'm a Mustang believer now. I play exclusively through this Mustang 3 now!