I’m looking at the possibility of blending 2 preamp pedals in parallel with the turn of one blend knob. I think I found the right tool for the job, but I would like to ask the community prior to making an investment to see if there’s something I’m missing, or if another utility pedal would work better… The Xotic X-Blender is my main contender. I’ve got others on my radar, too. The wet/dry knob is mainly what I’m looking for. I’m open to recommendations... For a visual, let’s say one of the preamp pedals is a Darkglass B7K V2 preamp that has a clean parallel output. I’ll refer to it as Preamp 1 and the other as Preamp 2. Since Preamp 1 can split the signal path with a clean parallel output, it will be feeding a clean signal into the Input of Preamp 2. Therefore, both of the outputs coming from the preamp pedals will be feeding this utility pedal... I’m thinking that if I put the output of Preamp 1 into the Input of the Xotic X-Blender, and the output of Preamp 2 into the FX loop Return of the X-Blender, then I should achieve what I set out to do, right? In this scenario, Preamp 2 shouldn’t be influenced by the signal coming from Preamp 1, correct? Turning the main knob to “Dry” would be 100% Preamp 1, “Wet” would be 100% Preamp 2, knob at noon would be a 50/50 blend, etc? Also, it seems that dealing with phase issues shouldn’t be an issue since the signal path diagram of the X-Blender seems to show that the polarity of the phase can be flipped post-FX return, if I’m understanding it correctly... Any help is appreciated. Thanks in advance!