Earlier this week I picked up a Bass Big Muff from Simon Langley here on TB and figured I'd give the dry output a spin tonight. After adjusting volumes on both amps and getting the big muff to sound right I was hooked. The biggest problem I had to figure out was why the dirty side still had some clean to it. I forgot to change the dry switch to bass boost and then I was off. Volume was a bit hard to manage in my apartment. I kept wanting to turn them up to get the full effect. The only thing that could beat this is if I used my rick-o-sound and tri-amped it! Here was my test setup Amp 1 - Dirty 80s Sunn Coliseum 300 Sunn 215 Amp 2 - Clean 1968 Sunn Sorado GK 1x15 I put an Eminence Kappa into. The Sorado gets a sweet overdrive sound when it's pushed so I left it clean for when I wanted that sound. The Coliseum 300 is clinically clean and could use some dirt. I'll be picking up a 2x10 or 2x12 soon so maybe I'll try that tri-amp idea with my Sunn 300T as well.