... the Menatone Red Snapper? Well after owning/playing quite a few modified, reissue, and homebrew TS808 clones & modified pedals, the Menatone Red Snapper seems to be the one to beat IMHO. I've tried the Analogman Silver mod, Robert Keeley's Mod Plus/Baked Mod, Way Huge Green Rhino, as well as the new Ibanez TS808 reissue, Maxon OD9, and Maxon OD808... just to name a few. After hearing a Menatone Red Snapper for the first time last week, I think I have found the new reigning champ. The Red Snapper does everything you'd expect from your basic 808 type OD. Low gain + High volume = good cleanish boost... up the gain for great medium OD tones. Classic blues mild odriven tones ala SRV or EJ. Great lead tones with plenty of harmonics and warmth without the big mid hump found in most 808 type ods. Also it seems to blend in much better with and become more of an extention of your amp than most other ods I've tried. Also the Red Snapper has a bit more gain on tap than most other 808-type pedals, which is a nice touch IMHO. The Red Snapper has a fairly simple but very effective circuit, and is exceptionally well made. It's also true bypass, so you won't experience any tone suckage when off. As a side note, there are 3 versions of the pedal out there. 2 PTP versions and 1 PCB model. I have both of the PTP models (3 & 4 knob versions), but have not tried the PCB version (which is no longer made). If you get the chance, check one out. Great pedal.