Hey, everyone. I'm thrilled to finally do a review on this pedal! I have been searching for the perfect opamp Big Muff style fuzz for a long time. My search has officially come to an end since trying out the Pumpkin Pi. Let's chow down on this pedal! Looks: The graphics on the Pumpkin Pi are perfect in their own subtle way. I crave a pumpkin spice latte and Halloween candy every time I look at this pedal. The combination of black, orange, and white really make this pedal stand out without blaring flashiness in your face. While this may not be a big deal to most; I have to say that I really like that the color scheme goes perfectly with the pedal's name. I'm a sucker for design cohesiveness, haha. The tasteful use of the Muff font also really ties this pedal's design together very well. For me, the Muff font can really come in handy for those who know of the Big Muff, but are new to the boutique pedal market. The Muff font used on this pedal really explains itself to an audience both new to the boutique market and to those who are veterans to the boutique market. One issue that I have with a lot of current pedals is that they use small knobs. That's not the case with the Pumpkin Pi. This pedal has large knobs that make adjustments very smooth and you can use your foot during a gig to turn a setting up or down. Lastly, for the looks department, Stomp Under Foot gets bonus points for using an orange LED in this pedal. I'm suddenly craving another pumpkin spice latte. Ease of use: The controls on the pedal are self-explanatory. Volume, tone, and sustain. Hit the footswitch to turn it on and hit the footswitch again to turn it off. As stated in the "Looks" description, the volume, tone, and sustain knobs all turn very smoothly to ensure that you really hit the target for your desired tone. Sound: Let me start off this section by saying that this is easily the biggest sounding fuzz that I've ever had the pleasure to play. It's fattening and it has a mound of cream on top just like a real pumpkin pie. When this pedal arrived, I turned up the volume, gave the tone knob and sustain knob some turns, hit an E-chord and was blown away...Almost literally! The amount of girth that this pedal packs is incredible. Just with one strum of an E-chord I felt like a nuke was blasted out of my cabinet. After messing with the knobs a bit, I figured out that turning the tone knob clockwise will get you a more treble-bite tone and turning the tone knob counter-clockwise will give you a much more bass heavy tone (a bass would do very well with the some of the counter-clockwise settings). The sustain knob does a great job with controlling the amount of gain that you want. I couldn't find any bad spots on the sustain control. All of the different settings on the sustain control felt very useable to me. For the sake of having to do it, I went online to find a photo of Billy Corgan's opamp Big Muff settings (tone at about 2 and sustain all the way up) and I dialed in those exact settings on the Pumpkin Pi. With those settings, the Pumpkin Pi sounded identical to Corgan's Big Muff sound. I was really happy to find that out. To round out the discussion on the pedal's sound...Yes, it works in a live setting. My band is a three-piece, so while I'm not fighting another guitarist for mids, I am still meshing with a bassist to have a huge sound. This pedal did not disappoint for that. The Pumpkin Pi is sitting happily on my live board and will stay there. Final thoughts: Overall, the Pumpkin Pi is one of the best fuzzes that I have ever used. The tone of the pedal is great practically wherever you position the volume, tone, and sustain knobs, the pedal sits well in a live setting, and the Pumpkin Pi is versatile enough to make any guitarist (or bassist) happy. The Pumpkin Pi will be stuffing my ears with gobs of delicious fuzz for a lifetime. I can't recommend this pedal enough. This is truly a must-have if you are a fuzz fan. Stomp Under Foot really baked up a legendary treat with this pedal. **Gear used** Freidman Runt 50w Mexican Fender Classic Player Jaguar with Railhammer Alnico Grande bridge pickup Mesa 4x12 cabinet with Vintage 30s Three pumpkin spice lattes If you would like any pedals reviewed, please feel free to send me a message! Also, check out my band in my signature! Thank you!