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I would normally recommend a Mark series amp. They're normally known for their "liquid leads", and huge amounts of gain, but the cleans might be a little "too similar" to what you are already running. I think for cleans, if you have a Fender in the stable, a Roland Jazz Chorus might give you a different, but very usable clean tone.
Also, with considering, a modern Line 6 POD (come at me bros)...
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