this seems a really obvious problem, but I honestly can't get a good result out of it.
I've been using a Silver Jubilee for a higher gain rockier sound than normal - the playing I'm doing is basically a Slash style over drive sound (hence the Jubilee being a good choice). I've managed to get the Jubilee to have a great great great over driven sound really pleased with it and as the set was all driven sounds, zero issue.
I've now found I may want to introduce a clean marshall sound for a few sections of a few songs, the Jubilee is really a single channel out with a slight gain/volume boost on the "lead" channel, there is no separate gain control, so if I set the amp for a great clean sound, the drive sound has to be delivered by pedals into the clean amp, which is fine, but I really love the raw over driven sound of the marshall.
I have 3 options - but wanted to hear from people who use this type of amp a lot more than myself if I'd missed a trick or something obvious as this is not my normal type of amp or playing style.
a.) I have other marshall voiced amps, use two amps one for clean one for dirty, best option, biggest overhead though.
b.) use other marshall voiced amps with two distinct channels (I have some DSL's and a Jackson ampworks El Guapo) - the ElGuapo is really good for this, but the drive channel is a different era/voice rather than the Jubilee era
c.) use the Jubilee clean + pedals - this sounds fine, but it really isn't the same as the raw overdrive from the amp and I've really enjoyed
Is it really these 3 options or have I missed a track (secret option 4 is just drop the desire for a clean sound which I'm also considering