Hey crew, So based on what I've read thus far and a brief conversation with Josh, I'm fairly certain I'm going to try a Broughton LPF on my direct-to-board pedalboard for use primarily when I'm using distortion and overdrives to help tame the high end fizz. Even with my Tech 21 VT Bass DI's speaker sim engaged, drives can be fizzy and harsh at times and fairly unusable except at very low gain settings, which almost defeats the point. The question is . . . do I also want a High Pass Filter (meaning buy the one that has both together in one pedal with the gain knob)? If so, why? Or should I just buy the LPF, if my main concern is taming drive harshness? There aren't enough videos online to help this subject make sense to me at all, and all the threads about the technical side of things make my head hurt. I get that a HPF can "tame the low end", but I'm not a smart man. At least not smart enough to know if I need that, particularly in a direct-to-board setup. I don't REALLY have the money to buy the LPF, but I'll make it work. But I'm not sure if I can justify needing the LPF and HPF in one. If you have feedback, please put it in dumb-dumb terms. Thanks for any advice you might be able to offer.