i don’t know if this will be a popular topic or not but I’d love to hear from people who love their amps what their preferred settings are and what sound they’re aiming for. I’d rather keep this discussion away from pedals, at least any kind of overdrives. They have their place, but I’m a recent convert to the idea that cranking is the only way to play, and just attenuate down to the right volume. The less between you and the amp the better. If you like pedals, that’s great, but I don’t know why you wouldn’t just get a crystal clear 80 watt fender twin reverb. Ok, I’ll start: Right now I’m using my Sv20h with a closed back 1x12 with a greenback. I go into the high normal input and jumper top left to bottom right. I have presence at about 1/3, bass at 1/4 mids 3/4, treble just over halfway, treble channel at 8 and normal at 7. I’ll sometimes use a reverb in the effects loop and I use a minimass and the 5-watt mode. I’ve found this to be incredibly flexible to get a wide range of classic tones, from Early ac/dc to Jimi at Woodstock, to sunshine of you love cream all though the tone & volumes on my guitar. I’ve noticed a big difference when using the parallel mode on my es-335 - way more authentic. The only thing with this setting is that the bass can get quite fuzzy. I like that but you will lose a lot of clarity. It clears up really nicely when you turn the guitar volume down to the 3-5 range. With these settings it’s never really clean unless you pick light. I’d someone has a sc20 and they’ve dialed in that appetite sound or that real classic snort, I’d love to know how to really that sound. Thx in advance!