"Rolling back your tone knob on your neck pickup in combination with a fuzz pedal like the Big Muff or Daddy O makes for a killer and very different distortion sound. This trick definitely works best with dual humbuckers. You end up with a Robert Fripp kinda sound." -Jonny Ashburn, [Guitar World article](http://www.guitarworld.com/caspian-s-guide-creating-wall-sound-four-essential-pedalboard-tricks)more
Got a modded Daddy-O for $20, as opposed to a non-modded one for the same price. The mod doubles the fuzz of the not modded pedal. Really good for people trying out different types of pedals.
Bought this for cheap while I was on the road, now I put it in my effects loop to shape my tone and add a little extra grit near the end of my sound. Love the vintage Art Deco aesthetic of this Dano series.
Monte Allums put it best himself when he said that this pedal is a "fizz factory". So there it was sitting in it's box & I heard about a mod for the pedal. I had nothing to lose, it wasn't being used & I wanted a functional overdrive so why not.
I opted for the Monte Allums Tri-Gain mod & man am I ever glad I did! No only is it now a useable pedal but it transformed from what it was & SMOOTH w/ a range of tonal options. Not a fan of the "top"setting of the new toggle but the middle & bottom are pretty special & in the zone of grit, punch & gutsy roar that I'm after & the bass/mid/treble pots now seem more effective than they ever were. Highly recommended!
Nice warm tone, I know some complain about its durability but it's never let me down in over a decade of use. There's better out there, but at its price point it's a good addition to a pedal board.