1 Winterwind 2 weeks ago I got my first pedal less than two years ago, in the fall of 2018. Prior to that, I only used the footswitch that came with my amp. And I've only owned two amps in my life... an old Fender Princeton Chorus that had a two button switch, chorus and distortion, and then my AC30 with the reverb and tremolo. Oh wait, almost forgot my new Vox Mini Superbeetle. Not counting my Boss tuner pedal and SDRUM pedal (a little drum machine for home recording) I have four pedals. All Keeley and I love them. My Compressor Plus, 1962X Overdrive, Memphis Sun and DynoMyRoto (stupid name that one).Now, having had my Penguin for about two weeks and my G5420T for about two years I've come to two conclusions:My Gretsches love the Memphis Sun pedal (designed to emulate those great Sun Records sounds - reverb, double tracking, sweet snapback) and they don't really like my OD pedal much at all. My Casino and Sheraton love my OD and I love the tones. My Penguin and 5420... probably not going to use much dirt with them. I've read quite a few threads here and on some other boards about how a Gretsch can be really, really picky with OD pedals and as you may recall from my NGD thread, I can't seem to get an OD tone I like with my Penguin. I tamed the warble I was getting by adjusting the pole pieces and lowering the pickups a bit. And clean or with reverb... damn, why did I wait so long to get a Proline... but maybe it's my ears getting used to the chambered mahogany, maybe it's the sustain that won't quit, maybe I need further tweak... I don't know. Chords are ok, pretty crisp. But leads, especially if I'm playing two strings, there's overtone and I lose clarity on all but the B and E strings. Will more tweaks to the pickups help much or is it a case of this pedal just doesn't play nice with Gretsch?I have noticed these TV Jones Classics seem very senstive too. I tend to use a lighter touch with both Gretsches but with my Penguin, if I strike chords a little harder I get a little breakup like I'm pushing my amp.