So, one of the amps that I've been using lately...with my Daphne Blue Danocater Is a Blankenship Fatboy. For those that don't know...it's a 5E3 style amp. However, it's not exactly "Zuma". It seems to be focused around the "cleaner side" of Tweed. (which I dig) Even in the neck....I get plenty of spank and sparkle. Lot's of mids. Really, the amps sounds like it's got a bit of a built in compressor. As clean goes...it's stupid good. A very honest and articulate amp. As such, I find myself struggling with matching it up with an OD. It doesn't drive well on it's own. (it's really designed for more Tweed head-room..which was accomplished) Because it's SO articulate and clear...the cruch/grit of most ODs just get magnified. So, I'm thinking that maybe an OD that's "creamy"...a bit darker, with lots of low-end...might just be the ticket. Any thoughts on my perspective on the mismatching and some possible recommendations for a pairing? I'm really just looking for the classic "smooth, singing" composite. Even though it has hair, I think the over-all fidelity of this amp (which I love for clean) really just makes most of the pedals I put in front of it...feel like "thin, gritty little boxes"...lol...which, of course, they are!