I have seen a guide that will tune both base and side edges, but I don't remember who makes it. You may want to check out Sun Valley Tools. I thought Seths came with a 1 degree base and 2 degree side, but I could be wrong...make em how you want though. A 2 degree base would be less grabby in the chop.
the degrees doesnt matter. the bigger the degree the longer it takes to get on edge. i haave been using a 2 my whole life and its perfectly fine and then us a .75 for the base. get the beast base bevel its the best.