I just bought a Source Audio Programmable EQ and I also have a Boss GEB7. I havent used the Source Audio Programmable EQ too much, but I find I can not dial in the tone that the GEB7 gives me. When I am playing with a pick (maybe 5 songs a night max) I like to achieve the warmth of fingerstyle. The only reason I use a pick is for increased speed (yes, yes I know I should just practice more). Anyway, I can get the tone easily enough with the geb7. What I do is keep the 50hz flat, boost the 120hz by about 3db and cut everything else by 15db. The hz on the geb7 are: 50hz, 120hz, 400hz, 500hz, 800hz, 4.5k, 10k The hz on the Source Audio Programmable EQ are: 62hz, 125hz, 250hz, 500hz, 1k, 2k, 4k, 8k. When I leave the 62hz flat, and boost the 125hz 3db and cut everything else I still get the high 'click' of the pick. Any idea what I could do differently? The other notable thing is that the Source Audio Programmable EQ is + or - 18d while the geb7 is + or - 15db. Wouldn't that lead to cutting more highs on the Source Audio Programmable EQ? I guess what I could do is sell the Source Audio Programmable EQ and just get another geb7. However, I'd rather not do that if possible. That would give me 4 pedals on mini pedal board when I'd rather keep it to 3. Plus the Source Audio Programmable EQ is much more versatile and I'd like to keep it. Any ideas how to get less pick 'click' on the Source Audio Programmable EQ?