Wanted to thank you again for that tip. Tried it this weekend extensively and it does work. And I was able to find some interesting things... Since I was lacking a lot of dB, I first tried to push the hardware output all the way to +12. At that level, the clean original DI guitars, after being reamped with that +12, starts to be distorted. I figured out that it starts to distort the sound above +9. But my surprise was when I saw that, even at +12, my fadder was indicating a Reamped peak that was still slightly lower than my original DI. So I zoomed in on the two signals and the Reamped one was actually showing a signal that was obviously bigger than the original DI. When using +9 hardware output, it was roughly of the same size... So I guess my fadder was perhaps not indicated the good information between peak or RMS or whatever... I don't know. In the end, I hear a little bit of a tone difference. My guitar pick-ups are slightly brighter, with the low end being tighter. The reamped signal was a small bit more muddy I'd say... not as bright or tight. Could be a lot of things... after all the chain is different (1st chain = pickup - TS9 - ENGL Invader - ENGL XXL - SM57 versus 2nd chain = KA6 Output at +9, ProRMP maximum level - TS9 - ENGL Invader - ENGL XXL - SM57). I want to experiment with a clean boost before the TS9, using something like a XP Booster or Mini Katana. Just to hear the difference if I don't push the hardware output to +9. Maybe leave it at 0 and see how it sounds like with the clean boost.