#3
I had the same problem. My solution was to remove some cathode bypass caps, bypass V1b and turn V2b into a cathode follower--in other words, to turn it into a low-gain amp. If you're looking for cleans without major surgery, you might replace V1 with a 12AU7.

Or you could get a new amp. Just sayin'.
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#4
Quote by Levi79
Don't get a Windsor.


I second this, as a previous Windsor owner. The Windsor is great for balls to the wall rock, but cleans are pretty nonexistent on this amp.
#5
Roll back the volume on your guitar, it will help. Also, try the low gain input. There's not a whole lot of clean headroom but it does have some. There are some amazing tones that you can actually get out of one. Might want to check this out:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vqifRLvAr5s
#6
Guess it depends on what you want for cleans...

At it's cleanest, with your volume all the way up on your guitar, it's going to have a light little bluesy grit to it..

If you wanted Fender Cleans, like a Twin Reverb, well.. ya go the wrong amp...

I use a volume pedal, and it helps quite a bit.. I set the volume on the amp at where I want it for solo's then back off the vol pedal for rhythm.. it cleans up pretty good..
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#7
Low gain input. turn the pre amp all the way down and crank the output. Slowly bring up the pre gain. Whamo, it's clean.