I'm setting up my new pedalboard, and have done some tinkering with the order of my effects. One thing I'm trying to figure out is how to set up my OC-3 Super Octave. Here's what I have now: Boss TU-2 Tuner --> EBS Multi-Comp (always on) --> Wren & Cuff Pickle Pie B --> Boss OC-3 --> Boss CEB-3 What I want to do is move the OC-3 up in the chain, but when I use it in conjunction with the PPB, I don't like how both the direct and octave signal are distorted. But, I think the OC-3 tracks better earlier in the chain. What I think I want to do is send my direct signal out of the OC-3 and into everything afterward, and send a "wet" line from the OC-3 to the end of the chain, so that when I turn on the octave, it tracks from only my "clean" sound, post-comp, pre-everything else. And my question is: is there a pedal or some kind of true bypass "junction box" that I can get to "rejoin" both signals, then send that to my amp? I don't think it has to be something that needs to be switched on and off, but if that's what it takes, that's what it takes. Thanks for the help, brochachos!