I currently have a heavily modded Friedman SS-100 but am looking at getting one of the four-channel behemoths to use in a cover band. The heads I'm currently considering are the Revv Generator 120 MkIII, KSR Artemis, or the KSR Colossus. I also considered the VH4 but have never liked any of the models in the Helix or the FM3. We have slowly become a decades cover band and we cover songs from the 1970s to the 2010s based on the customer's requests. We have a standard 3.5-hour set-list that goes from AC/DC to Linkin Park, with hair metal, ballads, and pop songs scattered throughout with 30 more minutes for customer requests. Does anyone have any experience comparing some of these amps side by side? Or any other recommendations to consider? I have owned a Mark V:90, Bogner Uberschall TJ, Ceriatone Chupacabra, Ceriatone 2203, Randall Satan, Fryette Pittbull, EVH 5150 100 6L6, EVH 5150 100S, Mesa Dual-Rectifier Dual Rectifier (3 channel and MW). What I'm looking for in an amp: MIDI Edge of breakup clean (Simple Man-ish) British crunch (Jessie's Girl-ish) Recto-ish high gain (Linkin Park, Alice in Chains) 5150-ish high gain (Because it's what I like the best) The Friedman and the 5150 6L6 are the closest I've owned to what I'm looking for but neither is "perfect." I also have an FM3/FC6> Synergy 5050> Stereo 2x12 rig that I'm currently using live and it fits the bill well. I just love having an analog rig with a massive pedalboard on hand in case I'm in the mood. I'm looking to keep it in the ~$3500 range if possible. This is the pedalboard I currently use with the Friedman. There's not a whole lot of tones missing, but it does struggle some of the tighter, downtuned or ERG high gain, which I don't use much in the cover band, but I do prefer for other projects.