Looking for suggestions for a quality, average priced mid-gainer that cleans-up well from the guitar’s volume control. By that I don’t just mean less distortion, but also without muddying up or losing too much tone. I have either 50s wiring or a treble bleed on all my guitars already, so that part’s covered. I already have my low-gain needs taken care of, after a fairly involved search. The one I keep coming back to is my old mid-80s RAT, but that’s not without it’s own shortcomings. Fuzz Face-type circuits I’ve tried create TOO much treble when turning down, plus I’m not a big fan of Fuzz in general. Like most, I have tried many, many ODs and Distortions... here’s just the latest batch: Xotic SL Drive – cleans up fairly well, but always a bit “papery” on the high end, no matter how the DIP switches were set MXR Custom Modified Overdrive – also cleaned up OK, but wasn’t crazy about the midrange tones. Either was too mid-heavy (with mod switch engaged) or too hollowed-out (with it off). If it had a KNOB to control that mid-sweep, it might’ve been the ticket. MXR Super Badass Dist. – LOVE the variety of tones it can generate, but has that “blanket-over-the-amp” effect as soon as you turn down a little. Prefer pedals with separate Bass & Treble (mid knob too would be ideal) and True Bypass. Was hoping to avoid the higher-priced stuff like Wampler/Mad Professor/CMat/etc... but I’m starting to think that’s my next step. I have also tried numerous Barber pedals, and have liked most of them, but the mini-controls being on the inside made it kinda maddening for on-the-fly tweaking... especially at gigs. Thoughts??