SS Peavey combo? Dime the mids and treble; set the lows right where any less would sound thin (on my single-HB hardtail Strat, this is 9-10 o’clock). Now, turn up your clean channel as loud as you can stand. There’s your starting point. Make small adjustments to your highs and lows and see if you can find an EQ “slope” that works with the cranked mids. For me, this ends up bass 2-3, mids 10, highs 10, presence near center (no boost or cut, or not much anyway) and bright switch “on.” On my amp that’s a broad 6 dB peak centered on 2 kHz. In my case, a slightly different effect might come from turning off the bright but raising the presence, introducing a higher frequency peak. Your amp might have sweepable mids, so you could move the center of your cranked mids around (500-800Hz, for starters?) Running your amp this way will sound different than a scooped Fender clean tone, but spend a little time with it and see if you find something you like. while you are doing this, pay extra attention to what your picking hand is doing. You need to choke unwanted sounds, encourage some unexpected but cool chimey sounds, and pick the strings in different places to get the tones. On my guitar, with my Peavey Special 150 (sort of a double Bandit 75), the pedal and lap steel tones happen when I play gently an inch or two from the base of the fretboard. There’s a specific timbre that hangs out right there.