So, a couple of weeks ago, I was minding my own business at an outdoor gig, playing toward an open 10 acre plot of land (there were people there, too). It was a big open space, and being self amplified (not mic'ed) I had to turn up...we all did. But my initial sound tests didn't make me feel confident that I'd have a safe spot in the mix farther out than 50' from the stage. This loomed in the back of my head for a while. About 30 min later, half way thru the 1st set, the vocalist calls an audible: a Tom Petty tune. So I do what I always do on those songs and hit the bright switch on the Super Dallas. Sounds fantastic and articulate. Wait, why don't I leave it on and sound awesome and articulate all the time? Duh! So I did, and it did. Fast forward to the recent past. Last weekend's gig was a small bar in rural Indiana, one we've played a bunch of times. Volume is always a problem. Wait, if I hit the bright switch I may not need to jump out as much with volume. Indeed, that worked! Especially with the Cu24, that was the magic sauce for our sound, mix, and venue. On this amp, the bright switch doesn't sound or act like a typical coloration found on other amps. It's much more musical and reminds me of one of the HXDA switches. Wait, could this be... Have you given your brigh...err..."sweet" switch some lovin' recently?