It is used throughout the MTV Live and Loud show at Pier 48 in Seattle. Its next to his Tech 21 Sansamp pedal. You can get a fairly good view of it during Radio Friendly Unit Shifter, Drain You, Rape Me and Blew. The closest shot you get is a couple of times during Endless Nameless when some fans get onto the stage, which I've provided screenshots of for the source. Later, in 2014, it was [tried to be sold](https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WC0EZ7-IcrI) on the infamous Pawn Stars show.more
This was my first effect pedal. Primarily, I got it because my Fender Frontman 15W amp didn't have very impressive gain. However, I don't own the Frontman anymore and this thing is collecting dust.
Anyway, it sounds decent, but not great. It doesn't have the warmth I was hoping for, but it works for 90's style rock and metal with heavier distortion. The build quality is good- the pedal has plenty of heft and feels well-made.
It will do the job if you're on a budget or want this very specific sound, but I would instead prefer something like the Big Muff Pi for more versatility and analog warmth.
This pedal is... I don't know what to do with it. I can't dial it in in any way that I enjoy. The gain is ridiculous. It's a unique, screamy pedal and I've used it in a noise-band jam session to make my feedback outrageously powerful so I could manipulate it, but as far as serving the purpose it was created for? ehhhh...
This was my first pedal I bought way back when I first was learning guitar. Even then I knew it was kind of junky. Although, years later, I'd mess with it on a bass guitar and discovered it was a lot better being a bass distortion pedal than a guitar distortion pedal.