This is a demo of the Joyo Blue Rain, which is supposedly a clone of the Marshall Bluesbreaker pedal. I bought this pedal used from @needhelp last week and it arrived in the mail yesterday. Thanks again Tommy for the killer deal. I've only played around with this thing for a day, but I can tell you already that I like it big time. It's very smooth and transparent. You really hear the sound of the guitar. It's definitely not a high gain pedal for metal and such, but rather a tool for achieving blues and classic rock tones. Pick sensitivity and pleasing harmonics are about as good as any overdrive I've ever tried. I knew up front that this pedal was a mini, but damn is this thing diminutive. One of the pics below is a comparison of the Blue Rain to a Rowin Chorus, which is what I typically think of as a mini pedal, along with a standard sized BOSS unit. Surprisingly, I have no problems getting my short fat fingers on the miniature knobs. The lid is a genius idea too, as it allows you to set those little knobs exactly the way you want them and keep them in place. For the sound demo I set all four of the knobs on the pedal at 12 o'clock. There's lots of tonal options to explore, but I figured I'd just provide a simple baseline. I first play a short lead line with the pedal disengaged, then with it engaged, so you can hear the difference. Then I do the same with a G13 chord, after which I run part way through my interpretation of a little tune some of you may recognize. I'm playing my Gibson 1960 Custom Shop Les Paul Standard. It's more or less a "Beano" without being the actual Gibson Clapton signature model, which costs significantly more. They sure do charge a premium for a guitar with Eric's name on it. To keep with the "Bluesbreaker" theme of the pedal, guitar, and tune, I also used an 18 watt hand wired Marshall type amp, my 65 Amps London. Ahhhh . . . sniff the cork.