With low-end saturation that has caused baffled onlookers to look for a hidden subwoofer*, a wide range of clipping textures, drive that can go from a mild grunt to all-out wall-of-fuzz and a very musical tone control, the Godeater might be the last fuzztortion you look for.
*(I couldn't make this up if I tried, somebody actually looked under the table and asked confusedly "Where's ze sub?" - the monitors being used were Dynaudio Lyds with 5" woofers!)
If your interests go beyond 4/5/6 strings, fear not. Godeater's intact low-end is a boon for downtuned guitar, doom/sludge/desert rock, or for bass-heavy synths and - you guessed it - drum machines.
The control set:
Demeter - Pre-gain
Hera - Bass cut at the input
Poseidon - Gain
Hades - Bass Contour
Hestia - Tone
Zeus - Volume
Two three-way switches to select between diode and LED clipping - or no clipping at all.
One two-way switch labelled "Disgorge" that allows you to use the Volume control as a clean blend.
Runs with standard 9-12 VDC center negative power supply (not included). Current 100mah.