Hello there! I apologize in advance for the length of this post but appreciate any guidance from the experts out there. I recently picked one of these up and have been messing around with it. I had one a few years ago and foolishly sold it so it’s nice to have one back in the family after a long search! These are getting tougher to find and the pricing is getting pretty crazy too (for good reason I imagine). As I remember, cranking up most of the knobs to the right gets me a nice Plexi sound that sounds good for Led Zeppelin, early Def Leppard, Van Halen, etc. I can then throw on a Tubescreamer or Distortion+ and get some good Scorpions, Ozzy and Iron Maiden tones too. But sometimes I am too lazy to drag my pedalboard around or just feel like plugging straight-in. I will then gravitate towards using the onboard DOD and a couple things happen. First, a TON of highs enter the mix. i find myself having to adjust my pre-boosted treble and presence from an 8 or 9/10 on the dial without the boost to a 3 or 4/10. This is well-documented by many users and is what it is and is a non-issue. Second, the volume jumps up quite a bit. Also normal I believe. The way I found best to use the boost was to just have the “gain” knob all the way up and dial up the “level” knob to taste to get the amount of overdrive I need (I find I don’t need to go past 11 or 12 o’clock typically). That’s all fine but the real issue is this: the amp gets SO MUDDY on the lower strings. Playing power chords is absolute unusable mush as if a fuzz pedal is on full blast. No matter what I do I can’t seem to dial this out. The only way I can seem to affect it is by LOWERING the midrange (you heard right) which I typically have around 8-10 (which then drowns my tone out) or by adding more gain on the boost to cut through it which then just ends up being way too much gain and a trebly mess. Has anyone else experienced this? My last YJM had this same characteristic and I am using the same speakers as well - a Marshall 1936 cab loaded with Vintage 30s. Any thoughts appreciated. Thanks!