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.
It is one of the most obnoxious pedals ever. The distortion is so nuts that at times you don't even know what your're listening too. But some times when I'm all alone I crank it up and then instantly turn it down cause I don't wanna mess up my speaker. It's funny to play with but I honestly don't think I would ever use it seriously.
I don't really buy many effect pedals but this one stood out to me i've always seen my dad have it and i knew i had to have it so i went to a flea market found one and bought it for around $15 and I honestly like the feeling of it. I know a lot of famous people used it such as kurt cobain etc, the more i looked into the more i had to have it!
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...
it was my 3rd pedal. I use it on "Rebel Girl" originally by Bikini Kill, and Pat (our rhythm guitarist) used it for the rhythm riff for "Complaining in the Key of A Minor". it has been a pedal notorious because, well, its name tells you what it sounds like, and that is why I use it.
A real tone shaper, you can duplicate lots of memorable sounds with this box of rock, besides kurt cobain's main distortion.
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.