So I've posted before that I've put together a setup to bi-amp, splitting a signal off a microPOG an octave up which ultimately goes to a guitar amp. Along the way, there are two Pitchforks for further pitch shifting, an EHX C9 organ pedal, an SUF civil war fuzz, then a killswitch and off to the amp. Most of the time, if I'm sending anything on the signal chain (sometimes I just play bass...), it's through the fuzz with or without some pitchfork, and that's no problem. The problem is the C9. I'm finding the volume very unpredictable. I don't stack it with any of the other pedals in the chain, it just gets the higher-octave signal from the microPOG. Sometimes it seems sluggish and I can barely get a sound out of it, then suddenly BLAM and it's howling super loud. So the question is, have other people had this issue with the C9, and what did you do about it? I haven't had much luck so far controlling it with just technique, but is that what I need to do? Or, should I get a compressor to go with it, and if so, which one? Preserving low frequencies isn't the issue here that it usually is on TB, since this is the high-frequency chain. Don't want to spend a lot, and actually there's no obvious additional space on the board so I'm not even sure where I'd put it. The salesman at a local store is pushing an MXR dynacomp, says "the design hasn't been changed for years and there's a good reason for that." I also looked at the Mooer online just because it's cheap and in a small 1590a casing that I could fit in more easily. Neither seems to have good reviews from @bongomania over at ovnilabs, though. Any other ideas?