Gentlemen, I ventured down to Denmark Street in London today during my stay at my parents in England. I had a specific aim of purchasing a fuzz, either a fuzz face- or a big muff-type fuzz. I found myself at Vintage and Rare Guitars lined up with a Skreddy Mayo, an Analogman Sunface w/sundial a Frantone Sweet and Peach Fuzz and a Demeter Fuzzulator. I really liked all of them except the Sweet, which was a bit too heavy and sludgy. I found the Mayo to be the most useful to me. I've been after a nice BMP tone for a while now and I had already heard a lot about it. The Mayo is a really nice, articulated and balanced fuzz. The tone is massive and healthy! The nice thing is that this fuzz seems to have a mid-range, or more of a mid-range, than your average Muff. I'll surely look into the other fuzzes later too. The Fuzzulator seemed like a really practical and usable fuzz face type pedal. It seemed great with a clean amp, whereas the Sunface clearly needed a pushed amp to achieve the desired effect. The Peach Fuzz sounded a vit like a cross between a fuzz face and a muff. Quite dark with a big bottom. Very nice!! I also gave the Skreddy Screwdriver and the D*A*M Sonic Titan a twiddle. The pedals were actually quite alike. Very convincing and dynamic overdrive pedals. Perhaps in between OD and distortion. AC/DC and Zep tones were easily achieved with a Les Paul JR. with P90's. Check those beasties out! Here's a pick of my new beaty at my parents house alongside my old Corganised jap-strat, now in the possession of my little sister. Guess what tunes I'll be playing tonight (tonite)?