This is certainly one of the better distortions I've tried for the last few years. It has shove, balls, definition, great tone tweaking scope and sounds good no matter where you set the Gain control. Designed by Bjorn at BJF, the Anodized Brown Distortion will run on standard 9V battery power or anything between 6-18V from your PSU. It sounds good, looks good, doesn't take up much room and is built with Japanese quality and precision. In short, the One Control Anodized Brown Distortion is a winner.
I used a Jazzmaster through a Laney clean channel today because there are already other videos out there with more standard guitars and amps.
Guitar: Stock Squier J Mascis Jazzmaster MIC Amp: Laney VH-100R Clean Channel & L212 Cabinet (Greenbacks). Extra effects: Eventide H9 delay, inserted in Laney's Sidechain FX Loop. Cables: Providence Mic: Shure SM57 (amp) Samson Airline77 (me) Camera : Canon 60D (me) and Sony HDR CX150 (pedal) Soundcard: AVID Mbox Pro 3 Computer: Apple iMac 27" i7 3.4 GHz 16 GB RAM Software: Pro Tools 11, Waves CLA Guitars (slight comp over input track), Waves L3-16 Limiter (to keep levels in check at output), Apple Final Cut Pro X (video editing and Youtube compression).