Got it from Sweetwater with 15% off from Ebay. I did a thread a few weeks back about all the Muff style pedals I've had recently but I figured instead of updating that thread I'd go more in depth here with the new Triangle reissue. First off, with all the BMP pedals or clones I've had, I never ended up with any Triangle based models, so I have nothing to compare it to that way. I also know from YouTube vids and reading Kit Rae's Big Muff Page and the fuzz blog on Stomp Under Foot's website that there are literally dozens of circuit variations found inside the Triangle enclosures, so I don't know what, if any, particular Triangle variation this is supposed to be. All I can tell you is how it sounds and what I do/don't like about it. That said, the Triangle reissue definitely puts the "Big" in "Big Muff Pi." It has more of everything you normally think of regarding Big Muffs. More bass than even the Green Russian, more mid scoop than just about anything I've tried, and more gain than any Ram's Head I've played. There's just MORE in this pedal. That makes its pretty unruly and rude, even in comparison to other high gain Big Muffs or even other high gain fuzzes. You can dial down the fuzz to get some wonderful hollow sounding fuzz leads, but if you crank the fuzz and just riff some power chords, it quickly becomes apparent that the Triangle absolutely crushes as a doomy stoner fuzz. It's just nasty and raunchy and the fuzz when cranked has some of that oscillating, chainsaw texture I would get from the Boss FZ-2 but without the octave effect. Dialing it back helps reign it in, and it is quite rich and harmonic like a good Muff should be, but more than any other Big Muff I've played, the Triangle wants to do extremes. And the massive bass, WOW! This is a pedal you feel in the floor. Absolutely huge. I still think my Stomp Under Foot Ram's Head is the best BMP I've owned, the pedal is just so perfectly balanced and can do so many things so well, but there's definitely something fun about a fuzz that just begs to go nuclear. If you want a Big Muff Pi that's just wild and crazy and over the top nuts, the Triangle can totally get you there. It's the biggest sounding, heaviest BMP I've ever played. I love it.