Pedal Name: Classic Overdrive
Supplier: Build Your Own Clone
Full kit (y/n): Yes - though you do have to select knobs and LEDs separately (the order process makes this very clear)
Kit contents (if a kit):Enclosure, PCB board, pots, switch, all resistors/caps/chips/etc. Separate dropdowns to add LEDs and kobs. Finished case optional.
Component Quality (out of 10): No real basis here but they seemed all good quality. My first kit so I'm going to go with a 7 to reflect the fact I'm no expert.
Difficulty Rating (out of 10): This was my first time wiring anything more complex than a pickguard, and it worked the first time I plugged it in. I'm gonna go with a 3 - if I could do it, I'm sure any of you can.
Did it take long to build?: Probably a couple hours all in, but I spaced it out over maybe 2-3 nights.
Where the build docs any good?: Yes - they were very clear.
Drill templates included (y/n): N/A
Review of the kit/pcb/parts: Came with all the necessary parts, everything was clearly labeled. Not much more to say.
Review of the end result: I mean, it's a TS808 clone. Sounds like it should - maybe a hair more grit than my Chaos mod TS9, but it's a tube screamer. Hot custom enclosure sprayed by Dana. \m/
Did you modify anything?: Not to my knnowledge.
Overall Score (out of 10): 8. Fun project, and it's way cooler to have your own custom overdrive on your pedalboard than another green OD. I'm tempted to try their Silver Pony for another flavor.