Ok so to be perfectly honest I wasn't 100% impressed with the sound of this pedal at bedroom volume, which is what these clips were recorded at. But now that I've had a chance to listen to the clips over a decent speaker setup (you've got to at least have a subwoofer to feel these clips bump, they do) I'm pretty floored! I can't wait to get this thing out to a gig. Now, this thing is mainly meant for guitars with single coils, and I think it sounds a little more as intended with my Jazz (obviously with single coils), but it's really great and meaty with my SG Bass too! It's also very touch sensitive, but for most of these clips I'll just be hammering away... sorry. It's about the . Definitely keeps my bottom though. I'm really impressed at how meaty it sounds with my Jazz Bass, which does sound a little anemic on it's own I think. Anyways, enough rambling, let's get to the clips. Here's with my Jazz Bass with the gain at minimum, still very meaty and growly: http://www.soundclick.com/bands/page_songInfo.cfm?bandID=889952&songID=7208063 And yeah, I know I mislabeled the two Jazz clips. That's the min gain one. Here's with the gain at nine o'clock for some Larry Graham style distorted bass: http://www.soundclick.com/bands/page_songInfo.cfm?bandID=889952&songID=7208055 I kinda like that, maybe not as much as the first clip but it's still cool. Anyways, here's with the SG Bass, both pickups, gain at 9 o'clock: http://www.soundclick.com/bands/page_songInfo.cfm?bandID=889952&songID=7208066 That has some serious booty to it I think! A good deal of crunch too. Now here's the SG Bass, BRIDGE PICKUP ONLY (don't listen to this clip if you don't like me playing like a rhythm guitar) doing a Neil Young song (Cortez the Killer) chords and some nice sustaining leads. http://www.soundclick.com/bands/page_songInfo.cfm?bandID=889952&songID=7208073 I think this pedal sounds good for leads. Very distorted... leads. But who cares what I think! What do YOU think? All feedback, positive or negative, appreciated.