So I have an analogman bicomp and it's just like a keeley I had awhile ago - even with a slow attack and sustain all the way down - it still kills my chords. Individual notes are as loud as chords - completely killing dynamics. Now some of you have said in previous threads that this is what a compressor does. However, you can set a rack unit to slightly compress the guitar - so that digging in or hitting a big chord will be compressed slightly compared to an uncompressed signal, but still a bit louder. Dialing in the right threshold, attack, release, and ratio, it is easy to set up mild compression - impossible with my pedals! I can run through an fmr rnc compressor and get some light compression without killing it - hell even some old rack guitar effx processors had compressors that let you retain some dynamics. Are there any pedals like this (and while I want to try a barber tonepress - this does it with parallel compression, something not necessary with a rack unit).