Originally Posted by JesterR
As for red llama, I do not think, that it actually sounds as other "tweed pedal". More like a fuzzy drive, nice pedal, but not too close to other.
To date (prior to the new Wampler), the Red Llama has been my favorite Tweed pedal and the Lovepedal Les Lius has been my least favorite. The Red Llama set low-medium gain nails the sound of the 57 Champ or Deluxe cranked up. Instant Tom Petty, Neil Young, Joe Walsh, etc tone. Now when you crank it, yes it can get fuzzy but it's very chewy and thick and dark in the lower gain settings. I also enjoy the Rockbox Red Dog and the green Crunch side of my BOSS SD-2 for that boxy tweed small cranked amp tone. I dislike the LL mainly because it's super bright and harsh. The Red Llama is much darker. The Red Dog is somewhere between the two. I also want to try the Catalinbread Formula No 5 along with the new Wampler but I think the Tweed '57 will be the winner.