Hi all, Well I am running my G0 through a Mesa Express 5:25, if you are not familiar with this amps tone, it is more British sounding and has gain in the modern down to classic rock levels. I have a few pedals in the chain but I find I use them seldom, most of the time I go straight in with no additional effects. I should also note I run a Dr. Z air brake at bedroom levels so this changes the tone slightly. On to the real question: I have been trying to figure out if I should EQ or not. For me, the tone of the amp is great, it gets the crunch I am after, but what I do find a bit distracting to me is the nasal aspect of this amp, it never really bothered me before this weekend. I know you are going to think I have lost my mind, but I went to visit a friend who's son plays through a Spider (3) I think it was, not this as we know is SS and does modeling, but I plugged in and my LP just sang, it was lean, mean and most of all vibrant sounding. This made me think when I got home and plugged into my little Mesa that cost ohh 3-4 times the price + attenuator lol. So, the tube amp gets me where I think I want to be, but it seems a little off, is using an EQ the right way to go or should I try some other things first? I think the Mesa is capable of creating great tones with texture, but there is something that just seems a little off with the end result. I had hoped to just run direct with my amp, and I do use pedals on the clean, but the natural crunch of the amp is what sold me a few months back. So is an EQ the answer to this long winder question, or will I need more. Any advice is appreciated. Cheers!