i just picked up a used Darkglass Vintage Deluxe V2. it sounds good, but i was surprised to find that the EQ section (Lows, Low Mids, Hi Mids, Treble) affected the overall signal including the clean signal. i had assumed it would only the overdriven signal. that seems to indicate that the clean blend comes after the "attack&bite" adjustments and "drive" as the signal flow goes. can anyone confirm if that is true of all of the Darkglass Deluxe pedals (including the Alpha Omega)? i also noticed that when i'd set this pedal with the blend knob completely counter-clockwise (100% dry) and put all the EQ knobs pointing at noon, there still seemed to be an EQ change when i would compare the "pedal on signal" to the bypassed signal. is that normal? if so, where should the EQ be set to be flat/neutral compared to the bypass signal (if the blend knob was set to 100% dry)?