So after owning my TSL for several months I find I keep tweaking it. Today I had a sudden realization as to how I feel the amp was intended to be used which makes a lot of sense....I've been dialing in a clean, an AC/DC sound on crunch, and a metal tone on the lead channel. It clicked today when I spent a lot of time with it I feel that Marshall intended the crunch to be a good heavy rhythm tone and the lead to be an extension of that as it seems to be voiced similar just with more upper mids/highs and more gain....like a solo boost. Crunch when dialed in well sounds like a mesa/marshall hybrid and I LOVE it but I don't need that solo boost sound on the lead which makes it useless to me. So my question is: are there any mods that would let the Lead channel sound more like the crunch so I could dial in my metal tone there and go back to using less gain on the crunch but have that nice full sound on both? The way the lead channel boosts it makes it sound thin even though it's not...the bass is still there it just gets buried under the higher end. As a follow up, the one sound I can't seem to get out of this otherwise very versatile amp is that epic Marshall growl tone. These are examples of the "growl" tone I am speaking of: at about 2:00 in I have been reading about chokes, output transformers, and the like...but get mixed results. I know this guy gets the sound about :25 into the demo: I'm open to trying things if it is certain to work....MXR 10 band eq, mods, choke, KT77 tubes...I just don't know how to get that growl? Is it just from driving the shit out of the power tubes at lower gain?