2 things happened at once: I got a new guitar (ES LP) the same week the 'Bling Colorsound Fuzz arrived. At first, I had everything plugged in together, but it was just too overwhelming. While I love Les Pauls, I am really an Other Gibson guy, so I need to acclimate to playing a Les Paul, again. 'Bling's Colorsound is a HELL of a fuzz. Trying to figure out how best to use it and figure out the LP... So I unplugged the fuzz for a bit. Now, I am plugged back in. Great vintage bubbling, gurgling tones. Plenty of crushed glass and ripping canvas tones, too. You can go anywhere from heavy 60's garage acid rock to modern doom tones. I have been trying to capture a good demo, but it is me that can't deliver. Everything I record is WAY too noisey and out of control (can't seem to help myself ). Again, that is me, not the pedal. We've got 1 knob and that is it. By the time it is making any sound, it is getting heavy. I've been running it at around 10 o'clock on the dial. Rolling down the guitar volume can emit some convincing early Zeppelin and Yardbirds type fuzz tones. Rolling up takes you into Blue Cheer and Black Sabbath and beyond. The original Colorsound was supposed to maintain composure without sputtering out. I've run it on "10" and boosted it with the 'Bling Treble Booster, a TS type Maxon OD808, and a few different virtual OD's front the AX8 modeler. It delivers the no sputter hype. 'Bling has saved me a small fortune with this pedal and the Treble Booster. Fantastic classic circuits that deliver authentic vintage tones in spades. Highly recommended. I'll try to post some not too horrible clips in the next day or 2. In the meantime, I am having too much fun. The blue box in this photo. The swirl job is the Treble boost.