Hey everyone! I'm going modular and I need some help selecting a preamp for my set up. Right now, I'm running the post eq XLR out of my GK-700RB-II into a Peavey Classic 120 tube poweramp. I'm looking for a preamp to replace the GK. I really like the GK sound, and it sort of feels like "home" for me (started on a backline combo and the 700RB-II has been the only amp I've owned for years) But I'm looking to try something a bit different. I really like Justin Chancellor's sound. Thick and detailed without being boomy or harsh. That's kind of what I'm going for. Something that meets those criteria with a versatile mid range eq would probably be perfect NOTE: I DON'T WANT JUSTIN'S TONE! I just admire the qualities of it and am searching for something similar. I've been looking for a Hiwatt/Reeves sounding preamp because a lot of my favorite players used Hiwatts for their sound, and all of the descriptions I've read match what I'm looking for in terms of a clean tone, but I can't find anything like that on the market. I've got a Tech21 Leeds (doesn't drive the poweramp) and a Catalinbread WIIO (more of an overdrive) but they're not cutting it for my purposes. I'm not trippin' on tube vs solid state either. The solid state GK preamp sounds much more lively through the tube poweramp, so I think either one will be fine. Any suggestions (preferably with sound clips) are greatly appreciated. Other possibly relevant info: I'm primarily a rock player and I play with both fingers and a pick, and usually with a very hard attack. I play Jazz basses, Precision basses, a T-40, a 4003 and a custom Jaguar depending on the specific needs of a gig/the mood I'm in. I play through a GK MBE410 with the tweeter turned off I have a Rane DC-24 compressor and PE-15 Parametric EQ that can (and most likely will) be a part of this setup. Thank you!