Having recently just tried a new pickup in my Reverend (thanks to the generous @drmilktruck), it occurred to me how little I understand them. The HS Filtertrons on my Country Club are wonderful. I have my amp and pedals all dialed in just the way I want them with the CC. But when I grab the Reverend, the signal chain nearly falls apart. The bridge pickup in the Reverend (Greasy T) hasn't ever gotten much use. I've almost exclusively played on the neck (Rev' Tron) the whole time I've had it. And given that it was my only guitar, I had everything dialed in for the pickup and was pretty content. However, now that I've had a taste of the HS Filtertron, the Rev' Tron is too heavy and compressed when I jump back and forth between it and the CC. When it hits the drive pedals, it gets fizzy and loses clarity but gets a touch louder. The pickup I tried to replace it with was a gold foil bridge pickup that I popped into the neck position and just straight into the amp, it was AWESOME! But that doesn't serve my needs. So, I'd like to consider a remedy that allows me to better use the Reverend. I'm thinking of adjusting one of the drive pedals to accommodate it and using that pedal exclusively for that guitar. But, in a perfect world, I'd maybe like to find lower output pickups for both positions of the Reverend. But I'm open to other solutions. How do you all accommodate different guitars and outputs into one rig within a single show?