It is a type of silicon fuzz fuzz face high gain, standard battery power or external 9V DC.
I had the version with 2 rglages, fuzz and volume. The pedal is a little larger than a standard MXR (in the current version of MJM boxes).
It consumes little power, like most fuzz face.
Very easy to use, a rglage for the level of fuzz, one for the volume.
Judge a fuzz-type effect is always subjective, but if you are looking for a more modern the type fuzz face, more aggressive, sharp and dynamic, this pedal is excellent.
The gain range is wide and usable. Moving from a fuzz effect in rear interesting rhythmic plan, a fuzz effect classic face, clean, defines a high gain fuzz, less clean and sharp. The pedal accepts both single coil doubles.
There is enough space available to push his amp if desired.
Very good ractivit rglages to the guitar and the dynamics of the game. We can get without problem a clean sound that crunch when a little force.
I mainly used it with a standard strat, but I liked the sound it was with SG.
A BMOL for me is the lack of equalizer, practical and sometimes ncessaire when using multiple effects and amp is not rgl specifically for this pedal. A new version is just available with supplmentaire rglage for acute.
I used for about a year, in a context where I was playing with little effect. I pass other types of fuzz from, particularly for use Fulltone '69 I had the London Fuzz.
I loved the particulirement ractivit the pedal to the game and the instrument.
Of its kind, this is a great pedal, I recommend anyone interested in this type of sound.