Ive been on a bit of a Fuzz Face quest for a little while now. Have played a lot of different versions, germanium and silicon and numerous different transistor setups of both. Recently I was lucky enough to score an Acid Fuzz Fuzz Face. NKT275 Red Dot transistors, which happen to be my favourite in a Fuzz Face, and all NOS components inside, not to mention it looks absolutely amazing. It arrived, I plugged it in, I was happy but not blown away. Opened it up to have a play with the bias trimmer inside. One tiny little turn and there it was...germanium Fuzz Face bliss. That thick, woolly, blown out fuzz tone that only a great Fuzz Face seems to be able to give. Since then, I've been content with this Fuzz Face. No need to continue hunting. But then the fine folk at Acid Fuzz recently decided to build up another of their NKT275 goodness. Yep, if I'm going to get another Fuzz Face, it might as well be the twin of my favourite. So, I got lucky and scored the darker grey Fuzz Face. After waiting for it to arrive from overseas, it finally landed. I was a little apprehensive when plugging in the new one as the bias adjustment wouldn't be possible on this one, as there's no internal trimmer. Well, I plugged it in and back to backed it with my other and there it was...that exact same tone that I get from the other. Do I need two?...absolutely not. Do I want two?...hell yes.