I'm usually very vocal about my fondness for the Behringer Super Fuzz SF300. As time went by I started GAS:sing more and more for the original(yes I know it's kind of a copy also... one step at a time) so now I've finally got my mitts on one of these things. Ladies and gentlemen! I give you... The Boss Hyper Fuzz FZ-2. "... RAWR!!!" Notable difference between the SF300 and the FZ-2 is that my much-loved Fuzz 2 -mode on the SF300 is at Fuzz I on the FZ-2. This mode is chaos incarnate. The other mode is mostly Big Muff -like, and nothing wrong with that, of course. Is it better than the cheapo then? Well, yes... but really not by that much at all. Seems to be a little bit more quality to the grain-age here. The wild ringmod-like things you can do with doublestops seem more pronounced on the SF300, actually. The grain quality on the FZ-2 on the other hand is awesome. It's a really high quality offering of broken chaos. Only cloud to this silver lining is that the LED was busted. Had me scared as I thought the whole thing was a dud, but no... it's just the LED. Better a working pedal and a busted LED than the other way around. Now... let the chaos commence!