I wish my camera was working so I could take a picutre of it. I was able to jam it into a 1590NS enclosure, which is probably the smallest enclosure you could use for this effect using the GeoFex layout PCB that General Guitar Gadgets sells. The schematic has been corrected and the switches are functional. I tweaked the values on some of the caps for better lowend. Here's the sloppy noodling demo on my 5-string in passive mode: http://soundclick.com/share?songid=7250033 It's recorded in ProTools direct to my MBox2 Mini. I'm thinking of doing another demo using the direct out on my LMII if there is interest. I could also demo it with other pedals as well. I know a lot have a B:Assmaster and will likely compare my demo to the sounds you're getting but I'm guessing there will be some differences due to the components used. The clip goes as follows, with the columns being sensitivity, bass, brass (using clock positions), harmonic switch, brass switch: 9, 9, 9, off, off 9, 9, 9, off, on 9, 9, 9, on, on 12, 12, 12, off, off 12, 12, 12, off, on 12, 12, 12, on, on 3, 3, 3, off, off 3, 3, 3, off, on 3, 3, 3, on, on 12, 3, 12, on, on 11, 3, 9, on, on 9, 2, 10, off, off It's definitely a hard pedal to demo with all the combinations possible. Let me know what you think. Also, this was a pain to solder and wire up with all the components involved compared to other fuzzes. I can certainly see why clones go for such high prices.