Hey everybody! First time posting on the board, also a very recent first time Two Rock owner. I had been looking seriously at buying one for about the last year, and finally pulled the trigger on a 100w SSS Matt's music was selling a few weeks ago. Question: I was playing around with the many available settings and just for fun I thought I'd see how much gain I could pull out of the amp (kind of like the Austin Guitar House video for the CLRS), so I dimed the FET and Gain, set on EQ2, and flipped the switches on the Bright and Mid boosts and the Bypass. The resulting "tone" I got was what I could best describe as buzzy/fizzy/fuzzy, and not in any pleasing sort of way. Kind of like what you might associate with a bad tube or speaker or some other component, or if you had a fuzz box with a super low battery plugged in or something. It seems like the volume was dropping in and out a little too as I was playing. It doesnt bother me a lot because built in overdriven tones are not what I bought the amp for and I dont think diming all the gain components is it's intended usage, but I was surprised to hear it kind of fart out like that. No issues on less gained settings. Has anyone else with a SSS tried this and had similar results, or experienced something similar with say, the CLRS? Thanks!