I've just recently started working on some pedal steel techniques on a standard tuned 6 string. What I find I'm missing is having all strings darned near the same volume. My guitars are tuned up and adjusted correctly. Pick ups, etc. proper height. And for most playing, in general, sound fine. So I started working on my 1st countryesque, kinda tune. I figured Sleepwalk would be a great tune to do. From what I've read, steel players use compressors to get that tight, well, compressed sound. But the comp pedals I have seem more like OD/Dist pedals. I'm not a novice player, but going from Blues (with an edge) to clean pedal steel sounds isn't happening by accident! LOL Any advice as to how to use a compressor pedal to do what I'm looking for? (Other than the obvious, like "Don't turn your gain so high, dude!") LOL Any suggestions as to what comp pedal works really well to control volume of each string? Oh, while I have your attention . . . funny thang . . . kinda . . . One of my guitars (USA 50th Anniversary Deluxe Strat) . . . seems like when I get past the 15th fret, on the high strings, the volume really drops off. Any ideas?