question for you FX guru's out there. Is it possible to rig up my Keeley-modded DS-1 to run in false bypass mode when in use? I've noticed a semi-significant amount of tone suck at higher gain settings (despite recently re-tubing both of my amps (stereo setup, amp on L set to run dry, amp on R set to 100% wet signal, hard panned in the FOH mix (with light compression across both channels to even out any 'woozieness' between the two signals)) with NOS glass (and subsequent rebiasing)). The true bypass via the Keeley mod works great when the pedal is switched out of the loop, but when it's on, I'd really love to avoid tone suck and I'm thinking hardwiring it to false bypass might be the ticket to the town I'm looking to get to. Any1 have any thoughts as to how beneficial this might be?