The Electric Brown is my favorite overdrive ever. I use it with a Jagmaster laced with lace sensors into a Marshall 1987x. It sounds loud and all kinds of crunchy in all the right ways. Not too bright, not dark. Helps me get feedback when I need it, where I need it. I don’t have to fight for control. It does exactly what I want it to when I want it to. It’s kind of like a dominant submissive relationship. I have a delay running before it. It makes each echo sound amazing. Just enough overdrive and crunch with out being overwhelming. I think this is a pedal that Pink Floyd would have used during the time they recorded Live at Pompeii. I know that sounds pompous, but this pedal is, so… I guess you are going to deal with that. But don’t you want your guitar to sound pompous… and Pink Floydy… and awesome? I know I do… and am god damned glad I found this circuit in my own odd creation.




Revision #’s / # made since February 2012

EB12S / 12 – SMD components, everything board mounted, 100k audio volume, 100k linear intensity (first one labeled EB2012SMDA)

artwork serial #’s / # made since February 2012

AEB1 / 1 – photo
AEB2 / 6 – photo
AEB3 / 2 – photo – AEB2 without text
AEB4 / 1 – photo
AEB5 / 1 – photo pending – bad motherfucker