I love my Analogman Beano Boost and Sunface NKT 275 but I had to take them off my pedalboard and relegate them to studio use only, due to radio interference. I suspect it's due to the germanium transistors, tube amps, plus living in Miami where we not only have the local radio stations, but also pirate hiphop stations and radio waves drifting in from Cuba at night. The Beano Boost is a worse offender than the Sunface. I have tried different amps and cables but same result [amps: Sovtek MIG 60 w/ Avatar 2/12 Celestion Vintage 30s. Mesa Boogie Mark IIB combo, guitar: Fender EC sig strat, cables: Mogami and Stompin Grounds] It got so bad at an outdoor gig I did a few months ago that the radio stations overpowered the music coming out of the amp, which was hilarious to the audience but not so much to me. Anyone else overcome this problem? If so, tips would be appreciated!