As the story goes, once upon a time (2014 to be exact), Robert Keeley stumbled upon a stash of ‘86 Matsushita germanium transistors that were perfectly suited for use in a MKIII Tone Bender circuit. Rather than just do a straight clone, Robert and Craighton added a defeatable gate control to the circuit and legend was born. They built them. They sold them. And that was the end of our story—that is, until Keeley discovered a new clutch of Mullard OC75s and set about to rebirth this white rhino of a fuzz: The Holy Fuzz.