Hey, all. Yes, I've got a very specific and a very general question here. If this helps, through my Excelsior Pro, I play mostly a '52 Hot Rod RI Tele, the one w/ the SD'59 humbucker in the neck & '50s Vintage sc bridge. Less so, a 335 copy, Gretsch baritone, and Strat copy. I love my Excelsior Pro's basic character, and the mid-point on the Dark/Bright switch works well, though I often play in Dark, as I love big, deep notes, and the Tele bridge with the ice-pick blunted with some color. I'm interested in an EQ pedal that's pretty simple, sturdy, and delivers/preserves as much note clarity as possible. Golden bells with rusty (OD) edges are my go-to tone. I'm pretty clumsy & impatient with graphical pedals, but would go that route if it's a strong consensus. If this helps also, my other grail amp-tones/spectrums are the classic '59 Bassmans and Harvards, and Victoria's great reproductions (esp. the Regal and Ivy League). I use a ReverbMate, delay (a friend has it, so I can't remember the name!), and Analogman OD pedal--all them at fairly low and very varied mix levels. Finally (thanks for bearing with me!), where do you suggest putting the EQ pedal in the chain, when I'm linking my three effects pedals + Electro-Harmonix's (truly great) HumDebugger? I'm particularly interested in recording-worthy tones, as I much prefer mic'ing an amp to playing straight in and adding effects. THANKS!