I'm using a Jackson King V with EMG 81/85's currently. When I do something clean tone, I usually keep it switched to the bridge pickup, and I'm using heavy guage strings. I'm using Amplitube 3 with the Rectifier model, on the clean channel for all my cleans. The clean sound I get is pretty good, but I can't help but think it could be better. I find myself messing with the clean tracks in the mix a lot, trying this, trying that, and I've learned over the years that if I feel compelled to keep messing with something in a mix, then it's not right, so I wonder what else I should try. When you're doing cleans, do you prefer the bridge or neck pickup, or in the middle? And do people usually favor heavy guage strings like I have, or lighter? I know for heavy rhythms, heavy guage is the only way to go for me, but I could use a bit more guidance on clean tones. The tone I tend to try to aim for is kinda like the intro for 'Enter Sandman' or 'Welcome Home (Sanitarium)' Not a carbon copy, but that bright, crisp, bell-like tone that they get, or as close to something like that as I can get. Any help on pickup position or string guage, or any other little tips are appreciated.