Analog distortion in small mooer format emulating the famous DS-1 modified by Keeley, room for a 9v power supply, fairly robust metal shell, a tone, gain, volume, and three modes in which we will return. Jack in, jack out, and roll youth!
If you know how to use a distortion, okay, you can get that sound. The tone is correctly and the gain and volume. Use the pure and hard, I do not find him major fault, the small buttons do not move easily, only the big can possibly move if inadvertent kick.
This is where it gets complicated. First, the modes do not have the same volume at the same settings, so hassle to change in concert!
The original mode approximates the true without the match, the grain is less harmonious, more violent can be. In short, Keeley would not have missed it, but for the price it works.
The extra fashion up a bit in the towers, we approach the universe "modern distortion", but without the dynamic side of any good distortion, we got a little sound, even at a quarter of the race.
And Ultra mode is still a cut above in the ultra high gain, but the sound is boiled approach.
Other distos brand are better and are closer to their inspiration.
It's still playable.
I kept a few months, I tried lots of distos, I recommend it for people who need a nasty distortion to the occasion and did not want to take the place of a big pedal that. This is normally true bypass, but I have not taken the time to check if it's true!
The value for money is good I think, finally, in the middle of this kind of distortion with the advantage of taking place on the pedalboard.
Note that you can not use battery on the beast, instead missing for housing.
I'd rather have emulations OCD or Fuzz face.
Overall a good distortion if you want to be familiar with what kind of effect or if there is a lack of space. But it does not go any further!