Hi all! I play bass in a progressive metal group (inspired by Jinjer, Toska etc.) and my old distortion pedal recently gave out on me. We're very small, very local and moving my amp alongside with the rest of my gear is also starting to become an inconvenience that is starting to get on my nerves. I figured the time had come to invest in one of these Darkglass pedals that everyone seems to talk about and I've been very impressed with every single one I've tried. I've narrowed it down to the B7K Ultra V2 and the X Ultra as these have the distortions that I like the most, not to mention I need the cab simulation that both of these pedals provide. I'd like to use it in the little home studio our band has, as well as live at local venues. Monitoring is not an issue, I just need a good sound coming out of the PA. The features of the X Ultra are great, that low-high separation is exceptionally clever and appears to make dead strings sound much brighter again as well, but the actual distortion on the B7K sounds so much more my style, and seems a lot easier to dial in. Not to mention it's an older pedal than the X Ultra, so it's a lot easier to find videos and endorsements of it than the X. I haven't been able to demo either of these in a full band context, so I've no clue which of these sound better in a full mix yet. It's a lot of money for a pedal, so I want to make sure I'm getting the right one for my situation. I use fingerstyle, slap and tap in my playing and only very rarely bring out a pick. Which one do you guys think would serve me better?