I've actually had this for a few months now, but TB has just recently started working again on my computer, so I thought I'd make a post now. It's a custom distortion from 4MS Pedals. I'ts actually 2 in one box: the left is Noise Swash with all the mods, the right is Fuzz Jade with a clean blend mod. There are separate outs and ins for each, but I just run the signal through the fuzz and then the swash (the separate i/o was 4ms's idea, not mine). The Fuzz Jade is a really nice fuzz; it sounds great on bass with the clean blend - pretty traditional, can go from subtle grit to a kind of bluesy crunch. The Noise Swash is comepletely untraditional. I'm sorry to say that I haven't played a ton of distortions, so I can't compare it to anything. It's just really chaotic and weird sounding. The self-oscillation and LFO with variable speed can be used to make noise without even having an instrument plugged in. When one is, these generally tend to fade in as the input from the instrument decays, so you can strike a chord, and have it decay into some bizarre noise. When both are on, the Fuzz beefs up the overall sound, and the thing just wails. One thing I find a little worrisome is that there are, obviously, a lot of knobs, and therefore, a lot of options. This makes it really difficult to get something again after you've fiddled around with things. This, coupled with the fact that the knobs don't necessarily do the same thing all the time, and the fact that the LFO makes entirely different sounds each time you turn the unit off and on, makes this pedal really unpredictable. But I've come to accept this as part of its charm.