#1
I've got it narrowed down to one of these two. Something fairly inexpensive, but still fairly good. Keep in mind that I haven't actually been able to try out the Route 66 (they're ordering it in), and I've never owned a compressor.

What's going to do more for my tone in the long run, basically? I'm not entirely sure if the additional overdrive is necessary. I mean, I could probably just run the Route 66 on the burn channel of my Supersonic if I needed more gain, or whatever.

The main problem is that I'm not sure how a compressor interacts with.. everything. It could be just what I'm looking for, since I've been struggling a lot lately to find a tone I'm happy with. EQing has been failing me hardcore, and I guess the tone seems sloppy-ish. Sort of muddy. Would a compressor help to clean this up a bit?

I also think that maybe having the additional overdrive would open up more tonal possibilities, but in the end I may be unhappy with it anyway if I'm still having issues with muddiness.

I'm also investing in an overdrive because I can only play my amp at quieter volumes, so it's just a little something "extra" for my tone. Thanks for any input, hopefully there are people that can help explain compression to me better, or people that have used both pedals.
#2
The Route 66. I find that the second OD on my Double Trouble along with the first can be a bit much. I just like the fact that I have two ODs, because my amp only has one channel, and with the DT it has 3.
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Yeah, I would say the Route 66 too. The Compressor is awesome!
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