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The traditional solution would be to crank up the master volume to get more power amp overdrive, the only stage common to all channels. So it will of course affect the distortion channels as well, but probably not in a harmful way. However, it of course means you'll be much louder overall1. Really, that Clean channel seems to be meant to have such a sound ...


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You can use any strap or belt that you would normally use and just cut it down to size. This could be a seat belt, as Tim pointed out, or you could use a normal guitar strap. Once cut, make sure you seal the end against fraying - many straps just need heat sealing. Sorting the ends isn't that tricky - you can get the end pieces from various shops that sell ...


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I agree with @leftaroundabout's answer but if you add pedals you can compress and warm up the clean channel. I do this all the time. An all-in-one pedalboard that will allow you to tweak the clean amp to your heart's delight is the Boss ME-80: ...



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