Hey guys, I'm looking at expanding the tones for my Vox Heritage AC-15 (the AC15H1TV in particular). I've had some difficulty in picking out the right overdrive for it and am interested if anyone's tried the Kingsley Jester through it (notably with the top boost channel, which is what I use exclusively). I'm looking for something that can give me some medium gain open sounding crunch tones and some singing lead tones. I'm currently using a BJF Honey Bee and while it gets some good crunch at lower volumes, when it's pushed and there's some hair to the cleans I find it doesn't complement the amp very well (it focuses the tone a bit too much and sounds a bit harsh which isn't ever a problem with a cleaner signal). While I liked the Analogman King of Tone I had a while back, I didn't really find that the red channel all that inspiring with it (soft clipping is nice sometimes, but I felt it needed more of a punch to it). I never understood all the love for the Crowther Hot Cake either. Having had one, it only sounded good from noon on with the gain and at those levels it was fizzy, fuzzy city (good for Brian May, not for me). I like that the Kingsley has quite a bit of flexibility from the clips I've heard and the foot switchable boost would really come in handy live when I want to cut through the mix on a lead break. With all that said, I understand even the best pedals have to have the right platform to sound good. Is the Vox going to be too compressed for the pedal to work well with? I'm looking for a keeper overdrive/boost for this amp (since the pushed clean is unparalleled IMHO) and would appreciate any constructive feedback. Thanks!