Ok, I got a fantastic new Brian May Red Special guitar for Xmas and it sounds great and all with my AC15C1 with Celestion Alnico Blue and my Yardbox but I am very interested in getting an actual treble boost pedal now to really nail those vintage Queen guitar tones. All along I've thought it would be cool to get an Analog Man Beano Boost, and it still might be but then I heard about the Greg Fryer BM Treble Boost pedals which I believe have silicon transistors and totally cop to old Brian May clean and crunch tones. The only minor drawback is I'll have to get some sort of effect bypass loop box so I can switch the Fryer in and out of the signal path since the Fryers dont have on/off buttons or knobs. My question is, do the Fryers work good with other instruments the way something like a Beano Boost will or is it pretty much a one trick pony? I mean, I may end up getting one of each, germanium and silicon treble boosters if I have to. I guess what I'm interested in is anyone with a Fryer to comment on how versatile they might be. Thanks.