Hey all, I have a MIM Fender Jazz that's had the pick-ups replaced with a Basslines humbucker at the bridge and a Basslines 'normal Jazz bass looking pick-up' on the neck. I run this through a Zoom B2.1u pedal, and then into a Hartke HA3500 with a LabSystems 4x10 cab. The tone I get right now is alright, thought it seems to twang a little too much sometimes (which is probably a fault with my playing style?), but it just always doesn't cut through enough or something. I play in a three-piece hard rock band, and we want to sound as big as possible, so I'm thinking of maybe adding a pre-amp? I've done a little research, and the Sadowsky Preamp/DI looks like it could be a good idea, as I'm also in the market for a decent DI. Would this do the job aswell as a Sansamp or something? Any other suggestions? I'm also looking at upgrading my pedal at some stage, with a few single units as opposed to a multi-effects. I'll probably be after a chorus (not used very often), an overdrive (not something over the top, just something to make it sound a bit more dirty and Alice in Chainsy if possible- used often), a booster pedal or something for when I need some extra kick (would probably be used fairly often) and a delay pedal (not used very often). I also use the volume feature in the Zoom a bit, would that be worth upgrading or just continue to use the Zoom for that aswell as it's tuner? Is there really that big an advantage in upgrading to single units over the Zoom? I'd like it if these pedals could be something to last me a fair while, but I don't need super expensive gear, as after doing my pedals I'd like to one day (not soon) upgrade to a new bass or amp or something before dropping cash on pedals again. Thanks!!