Very sweet pedal! Never thought I'd own one, especially for the prices they go for. But I got this puppy cheap! Because my amp is getting repaired right now I had to use my tiny solid state practice amp. But, it still sounded huge through that little 8" speaker! Very fat sounding distortion/fuzz and tons of sustain! To my surprise it was also quite silent for such a thick sounding distortion. Very simple to use and you can get quite a variation of sounds from this pedal. Can't wait to actually play it through my Marshall!

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