I've been busy profiling my mesa boogie - Subway blues last evenings, I plan to sell it, I could'nt let it go without profiling it extensively, and with the help of a sans amp GT2 & AMT SS11 tube preamp (they will be sold too).
This a full tube single channel amp, no gain here , the middle knob allows you to get some slight overdrive, but you won't get any metal tone out of it. What you have is basically a warm, rich sound with lots of basses, lead tones have the typical boogie tightness, maybe a little boxi. Too bad I couldn't profile the internal beautiful spring verb..
Having no mikes I had to use the direct recording output and I switched the internal black shadow speaker off ( silent recording switch , this is great). I went thru several free cabs from the kemper community, and the conford harlequin was the closest to the original natural amp sound. I profiled a first run for Humbucker les paul likes and then i went to single coils (tele). I used both inputs (bright for HB and fat for SC).
The range of profile goes to clean, jazzy ,crunch and lead tones. Raw boogie ones then with the GT2 & AMT.I really like the variety of tone i could get with a single channel, this amp can do lots of stuff.
My favorite is Sub12, crunchy & very full. please give a try to - Sub1 the jazzy one - with a neck pickup it's great, very sweet & warm. Here are some clips made with 3 profiles
here is the amp during profiling session (fully cranked for Sub3 profile )
Hope you enjoy it, for interested folks I have a 12 rig pack with lots of different tones from the amp or pedals + amp.