My take on the Vintage Jordan Bosstone Fuzz built with vintage "tropical fish" capacitors, a carefully selected vintage 2n3641 transistor and with some really cool bakelite knobs and acid etch.
It's a really interesting and quite versatile fuzz. Flat-out it's a little splatty, compressed, slightly "broken" sounding, and with a hint of octave down on low notes. But it can be dialed back and cleans up well with the guitar volume for a smoother, dynamic od or something inbetween.
A really great circuit if you're looking for something a little bit different to the usual fuzzes!