So, I go to check the mail today and in the package compartment is a feisty little box, hopping all around. I figured this had to be the Bass Blogger. When I brought it inside and opened the box, the Blogger leaped out of the box and began searching for a keyboard to blog at. Unfortunately the first one it found happened to be the keyboard of a 1970s Baldwin Fun Machine. The blogger was confused to say the least. I calmly collected the confused Blogger and led it to my computer, where it immediately sat down and began blogging. Eventually, tired out from blogging, the Blogger passed out and allowed me to start writing this thread. ---------------------------------------------- So, I haven't actually had the chance to hear the blogger yet. I have rehearsal later tonight and I'll do it there. I'll add in a real review when I get a chance, but here are my initial impressions. Appearance The Blogger looks pretty cool. Its the same size, shape, etc as all the other XO pedals. Controls: The Blogger has 3 knobs, and 1 switch. The knobs are Volume, Tone, and Drive. The switch changes from Fuzz and Drive. According to the EHX manual the knobs have the following functions: Drive Knob: In both Drive and Fuzz modes, turning the drive knob clockwise will increase the amount of distortion or fuzz Tone Knob: The tone knob rotates from left to right. As the knob is rotated the filter changes from dark to bright through a linear frequency range.This tone knob was designed to react with certain frequencies that are geared for bass and made to apply to both the fuzz and drive designs Volume Knob: In the fuzz mode, this is a master volume control after the gain stages. In the drive mode, the volume is inactive and remains at unity gain for optimal performance. The blogger has wet and dry outputs and mono input. One possible problem: The pedal itself is labeled above the power jack with "Do not use daisy-chained power". The manual also suggests to not use the Blogger with anything but the battery, or with a dedicated power supply. Typical 9V center negative 200ma stuff. I may try daisy chaining just to see if it really works, but I am scared of possibly blowing my brand new pedal. I may just run on battery for tonight. I'll try and make some clips as soon as I can, as well as actually hear the pedal. I have no cables and no amp at my house, so I've just been sitting here looking at it. It's been fun to look at at least.