#3
"Improved Channel 1 & 2 now features CLEAN and FAT from our acclaimed LoneStar® - our best clean ever - along with incredible new TWEED and BRIT modes. These two channels alone make a mighty amplifier.
All New, All-Tube Reverb also from the LoneStar® is deeper, more lush and ambient and sticks tighter to the notes. Reverb control now rides in each Channel Strip.
Improved Effects Loops are both Series for seamless interfacing of processing."

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#5
The Roadking I had a better gain channel. Little smoother on the leads, and a little darker rhythm channel. Not to mention the I's had a triode/pentode selector for the EL34s.

The cleans on the II are about the same tone. They are a good deal louder and bassier.

Personally, I'd go with a II because the cleans are that much easier to use.
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#6
I have to agree with the LoneStar having the best cleans ever - they truly are magnificent.