So on my board ive got a Digitech whammy> Mxr M80 preamp> Swollen Pickle> Mxr Phase 90> Bass Big Muff Pi> Biyang Tri Reverb> Boss RC 3 loop, im running into a fender rumble 200, and i use a peavey knock off pbass, epiphone eb3, or a stagg electric upright bass depending on the gig (right now im primarily doing 2 bands, 1 jazz rap band, and another thats more like a mac demarco meets floyd psychedelic band. But also play other stuff in my own time and plan on expanding with jazz or more doomier metal) I really enjoy the swollen pickle, i have it set to a nice psychedelic smooth rhythm fuzz similar to jack bruce in cream or like mikal cronin in ty segall thats fine cutting through and its a nice smooth fuzz sound, i bought that because i originally owned the big muff and it wasnt cutting through for me because of the mid scoop, now i tried using both of them with the big muff dry switch on to try and set the bass big muff for a more lead type of tone thats less bassy, because i got the idea from michael league of snarky puppy however upon thinking the two together would make a nice huge aggressive sound...the bass big muff does not cut through at all unless its practically cranked which in return really messes with the volume of everything, ive tried various things like maxing the amps low and high mids, putting the pre amp after to make up for those mid loses, swapping the order putting the big muff before the swollen pickle but that just doesnt sound right and you dont even hear the big muff once the pickle is turned on, at this point im probably going to sell the big muff, however what can i get that'll pair through with the swollen pickle? Right now im not sure if i should buy an eq pedal and try that with both pedals, or just sell the muff and go with a more mid rangy distortion like a tube screamer and put it after the swollen pickle, or even just buy a foot switch and mess around with the amp overdrive? I guess im looking for something that can be smooth like the pickle but more mid and treble, less bass on its own, but when i pair it with the pickle, it'll make a rounder sound and might sound more aggressive. Suggestions?