Hi Folks, first post after a looong time, but I need some help or insight in this and don't want to ditch the pedal prematurely. For 10Y+ I played my G&L ASAT (my only Bass for this period) through the B:Assmaster and absolutely loved everything I got out of this combination. A month ago the G&L has been replaced by a Fender AVRI 58 P-Bass with which I'm VERY satisfied except for the tone that is coming through my B:Assmaster. I adored the brutality I got out of the G&L together with the Malekko, but with the P-Bass it seems that everything is thinner, not as defined, missing punch and bottom. I've recorded two samples to demonstrate this, for me it seems that the difference is even more pronounced in real life through the amp. Setup is Bass (G&L / P-Bass) -> Malekko -> Interface -> DAW with no effects whatsoever. Here's the links, settings on pedal, interface and DAW are the same, bass volume full open. Please pay no attention to my sloppy doodling: G&L -> B:Assmaster https://soundcloud.com/user968201448/g-l-asat-mfds-b-assmaster Fender AVRI 58 -> B:Assmaster https://soundcloud.com/user968201448/fender-p-avri-58-b-assmaster I tried boosting the level of the signal coming from the P-Bass and going into the B:Assmaster by upping the output of a compressor that I placed between the two, but that didn't help with the overall result. So, any of you have experienced this and / or probably know what to do to get my face-melting B:Assmaster tone back with the P-Bass? Is the low-output pickups of the stock AVRI 58 P-Bass the culprit? Thanks guys!