The Fat Sandwich Distortion uses an innovative multi-stage clipping circuit and an array of controls to deliver heaps of over-the-top distortion.
The best thing is how versatile it is - you can get anything from a nice overdrive through to a fuzz if you know how to work it. Only problem is, knowing how to work it takes a lot of fiddling around. Depends what you're after I guess, 8 control knobs to contend with can be overwhelming. Everything else about it is great - solid construction, looks cool.
That word was my first reaction when i touched this little beast of heaven. Simply put: WOW! Worth every single cent invested on it and i'll tell you why:
-Build Quality: Superb! The Chassis is classily designed, beautifully finished and even the switch feels different (when you click it, it sound thumpy and low, not clickily and high pitched like we're used to) -Sound: Massive! A wall of overdrive and harmonics! This thing owns the propper name tag, it's all about the harmonics, even on more low-gain overdrivy sounds. -Tweakability: Total! 5 knobs on the outside, 3 on the inside. 2 overdrive circuits and control over basiclly everything that happens. You can go from ice-creamy, bluesy rythims to cutting edge, mix-reaping lead tones with some twists.
Want a definitive and monstrous drive capable of blues and metal, this is THE pedal. Look no further.