So I've played a few gigs with the Warmoth and Bassman. The Warmoth still needs neck adjustment but I'll do that today. The Bassman is pretty loud for what I'm doing and I think I might have a speaker wired out of phase or something. I might tear the cab apart this week and rewire it. This morning I started wondering if the problem with my Deluxe was only in the reverb channel so I'm doing to set everything up this week and teach classes with my pedalboard going into the normal channel and see what that sounds like and if it craps out there, too. When I got to the gig on Saturday I spent a little time programming a washy and mostly imperceptible delay patch that gave a little depth to my tone without cluttering it up. The reverb pedal (which you would think would be perfect for this) doesn't seem to take the edge off of the hard attack of the guitar...kind of hard to explain but this really helped without being obvious.... One thing about the Warmoth with the hotter Suhr pickups is that the guitar hits the front end of everything a lot harder than my Suhr classic with the more "vintage" style pickups...where I used to stack multiple drive pedals to get sounds now I'm mostly running one pedal at a time. The Warmoth sounds way better with my Deluxe in my office, too. I'm playing Friday and Saturday this week and I'd like to get some things settled by then.