SubZero, AKA Belcat 'Tube-H5' How to give valve amps a bad name. There's op-amp shenanigans going off in there, inadequate transformers, barely specced components, and I'd swear those capacitors began life elsewhere. There's what appears to be residue d'snot from a previous life. It has one tolerable sound. One. Count it. It can't even cope with a Trio+ without breaking up into the aural equivalent of rat vomit at loud conversation levels. Still, the secondary reason I bought it was for the chassis and cabinet to blodge my own creation into. I've yet to make that transplant. It sits there, unused, unloved. Mocking me. Behringer harmoniser pedal. It has one, maybe two settings that are above pond slime. The drop-whammy isn't too bad, but aside from trying it out, I have no use for it for the space it takes up. The octave function is better than...... Behringer octave pedal. If you enjoy the sound of drunken Daleks, mating in a metal bin during an electrical storm whilst simultaneously rolling down a fire escape, singing the greatest wailings of Mariah Carey, this is the pedal for you!. Random tracking performed by space weevils. More drop-outs than a ganja social at a third rate university.