So I got my 1966 finally after a long, long hunt...physically and financially. I pop it open and it says it's a custom/limited edition. I would love to know what makes this one any different from the rest. I am guessing it's the transistors as he also wrote two numbers, "SFT337" and "OC76". The serial number on mine is #66. I'll post a gut shot momentarily. It sounds exactly like I was hoping, on my Sorrento (hollowbody/P90)...but again I am having difficulty getting my Strat to cooperate to the degree I want with dirt/gain/od pedals. I had this same problem with the Banzai Cold Fusion, the Sorrento is a match made in heaven...the Strat drags it's feet. Anyway, back to the D*A*M and getting more pics up. EDIT: From what I can gather from the site, the original, early Vox Tone Benders used the SFT337...like mine here. The "normal" D*A*M 1966 uses an AC128 in the first stage. So, sounds like mine is an actual replica vs. a very close replica. Does this sound right to you? EDIT II: It just dawned on me that mine is #66, and it's a "1966"...maybe that's why he made it a true Vox Tone Bender?