The Sound Saw sounds intriguing... First, here's my dilemma: I'm thinking of going the fuzz route. Right now I'm using a tube screamer copy and the DS-1 to get a mild-hard overdrive with one stomp and a frenzied distortion with a second stomp. However, I can't stop thinking how much I liked the Big Muff the couple of chances I've had to play around with it. But if I go that route (which remains to be seen) I'd like to have the second stomp option like my current set-up, namely, with a second stomp all hell breaks loose. Enter the Sound Saw (http://www.killerrockandroll.com/deathbyaudio/soundsaw.html). I'm not posting to solicit your august and sage opinions on whether I should continue with OD + Dist or go with the Fuzz + Crazier Fuzz setup (I'll let my ears sort that one out). What I am interested in is your expertise in how to achieve this Crazier Fuzz that the Sound Saw seems to provide. It's an EQ pedal, right? Granted it has two channels so one can have two preset EQs at the touch of a toe. I'm not much of a techie, but from my understanding the first channel, with a sweep of the "tone" knob, selects a frequency to cut and boosts the other around it... that's straightforward enough. What's less clear to me is what the second channel does. The website says it's "an active bass to treble blaster". I have to admit that I don't understand what that means in terms of an EQ setup. Can anyone explain? Ultimately, I'd like to put an EQ pedal in front of a Fuzz so I could stomp once for Fuzz, and stomp twice (on the EQ pedal) for Face Melting Fuzz. What's a good flexible EQ pedal that might help me achieve this? So that's two questions, really. Sorry for the overly long post Please ask any questions if this is not at all clear (like I said, I'm not much of a techie). Thanks!