Over the past couple years, I’ve been looking for compressor pedals that have sidechain HPF or frequency crossover options. I know of a few companies out there making them - BecosFX, Origin Effects, Empress, Darkglass, FEA Labs, etc., but I’d like to know if there are others... The way I’m looking to structure my chain doesn’t call for a dual band, rather one that allows me to set the HPF manually so it only compresses the mids and highs and allows the lows to pass through. Looking for manual control rather than a fixed frequency already pre-programmed into the pedal. As of now, I would be looking to stay under $200 new or used... The first time I became obsessed with the idea was when I noticed that my MXR M87 sounded great until I attacked my lower strings harder. I could never get the attack, release, or ratio right, especially when drop tuning, without an unwanted pumping. Aside from that, I think it’s a great compressor (not a knock on MXR). I’m sure updating my bridge would do wonders, but I would like to focus on the compressor pedal in this thread, please... I just missed out on a Broughton Audio Apex before Josh discontinued them. Kicking myself now. At $180 it was a steal. Now it seems anyone that wants to sell a discontinued or unavailable Broughton Audio pedal on Reverb wants twice what Josh charged. Really disappointing. I’d still love to get my hands on one... Also, I know I mentioned earlier that I wanted to be able to manually tweak knobs rather than the pedal having a fixed HPF, but Becos FX had the CompIQ Mini Pro, but I can’t find it anywhere. It was in the sub-$200 range. Anyone know what happened there? Earlier I mentioned Darkglass. The Darkglass Suite is intriguing to me. Reminds me of the Neuro Editor for Source Audio. Would like to be able to tweak on the fly, but I think this would be alright once I got used to it. Have never owned a Darkglass pedal, but I want to. Finding one used may keep me within my budget... Anywho, just curious if there are any I’m missing. Always happy to learn from the community. Thank in advance!