So, this all began when a friend let me borrow his Keeley four-knob comp. I've been through a lot of compressors and have settled in a Philosopher's Tone. It works for me. I like having the blend and treble knobs to add dry signal and to add some upper end sparkle to the comped tone. Those are the features that led me to the PT and the features that keep it on my board while other comps have gone out the door or sit on the shelf. That said, I really liked how the four-knob Keeley sounded and got to thinking that if it had the ability to blend and EQ, I might spring for one. So I look around on the interwebs and find the Keeley Comp Plus, a four-knob comp with blend and treble controls. (As far as I know, Keeley was against such features on compressors, but changed his mind based on players' preferences and other factors.) The one difference between the PT and the Keeley plus is that the Keeley has a switch to adjust the attack between single coils and humbuckers. Anyway, I was wondering whether anyone out there has been gigging a Keeley Plus and what their impressions are. How does it compare to other comps you've used? How does switching the attack affect the tone? That kind of thing... For your info, my band plays a variety of stuff from old rock, Stax and Motown to the Stones and more modern stuff and some classic country. (We're all over the place, genre-wise, and that's not including originals that run the gamut from Americana, country, rock and rockabilly.) Mostly, I use the comp to burnish my clean tone for leads, add some squish for country picking and twangy riffs and add some jangle to rhythm parts. Sometimes, I add the comp to dirt, a BB Pre Amp or an OCD or a Rat, to add sustain and allow dirty leads to punch through the mix.