#2
Clean.

Good for throwing modelers in front of if you're so inclined.
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#4
Well, if you play jazz, it's probably one of your best bets other than a Polytone. If you don't, skip it.
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#5
Excellent clean amp. Used with some reverb, phaser, autowah, and compressor gets you a ton of great sounds, from funk and hip hop to reggae.
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#6
Seriously sick clean if it wasn't said enough already. Super awesome when used in a dual amp setup.
#7
I'm pretty sure Metallica uses this amp for most of their cleans.
I've also heard that they sound really good when there are distortion stomp boxes put in front of it, but the amp distortion sucks.
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