Originally Posted by JesterR
Actually I'm telling not about "how close it to the amp sound". I do not like that kind of thread. I just saying, that, looks like "tweed style" pedals tend to have some midrange. Not smooth TS-style mid-hump, but it gives some open sound. On the other hand, RL more into Fuzz Face style tone. Totally flat response. It's not a good or bad thing, but, as I can hear on Wampler '57 demo, RL would not the same thing. Yes, both of them fuzzy and "tweedy", but I do not think, that they would feels like the same thing.
Yeah, the RL gets fuzzy at higher gain settings but can produce a nice tweedy od at lower settings - kinda unique in that it goes from overdrive to fuzz without any distortion in the middle.
Another option not mentioned so far is the Greer Ghetto Stomp - tweedy with a little bit of bite to it.