Before placing an order for a BJ pedal, I have done some extensive research here as well as at Musictoyz, tone safari site, Harmony Central and BJF Electronics. But based on all the posts I've read and sound clips I’ve listened to, I still have some questions regarding the tonal characteristics/coloration of a portion of the BJ line. In particular, I am seeking some specific information on the following pedals: Dyna Red, EGDM, Honey Bee and Baby Blue. Ok, now to the meat of my question. I had an opportunity to recently demo a Dyna Red. Plenty of gain on tap, and in general, a good sounding box. However, one thing that I did notice was that it seemed cut off some of the bass frequencies or either they are not as amplified as some of the other frequencies. As I turned up the distortion control from 9 o’clock, the mid frequencies seemed to become more pronounced which made the bass content seem even less at higher gain settings. My question is, are the bass frequencies better preserved in the Baby Blue, EGDM or Honey Bee? I know that there are gain differences in all these pedals, so the nature of my question is more about how each of these pedals “handles” the low end frequencies. I also know that the Honey Bee is reported to be bassier than the others and was designed to be a touch sensative lower gain pedal. I think the build quality of the BJ pedals is among the best out there and I generally liked what I heard coming out of the Dyna Red, but it just wasn’t quite what I was looking for. Any comments or input is appreciated.