So, I seem to have become a freelance bassist. There are three gigs I am involved with all doing every type of music from Stevie Wonder to Metallica and every thing in between. As a musician, it's a blast and the most fun I've had in the 30+ years I've been playing. The challenge I was facing is I am deeply madly crazy in love with my 2008 Fender American Standard P-Bass. It doesn't matter which gig I'm playing, I always come to this bass over my Ric, Tony Franklin fretless (although that has been getting more love), or my Jazz. The problem is, the P-bass has a terrific tone. Yes, that's the problem. With the pure P-sound and the transparency of my Genz Shuttle 12 what I am getting is amazing ... to my ear. It is so strong and so "what I love" that I can use it on a lot of the songs I am playing. However, there are a number of times where I need the more classic tone. I have actually thought about buying (or trading for) an identical P-bass and put flats on it to have a killer duo ... but that is a thousand dollar solution. So, instead of buying the same bass twice or EQ-ing all 728 knobs on the Genz, I have just discovered the Markbass Super Booster. I was intrigued by it since I like a little boost for the occasional lick, but quickly came to understand the power of the VLE and VPF knobs. I can now kick my bass from clanky classic aggressive P-bass to bass-y thumpy classic bass tone in one step. I am still playing with the knobs but am finding the pedal is ON more than it is OFF for me now. Anyone else use this pedal and love it or hate it? Any advice?