I always wanted to try a Barber Deep Fryer but they're pretty rare and were discontinued quite a few years ago. Fortunately, a TB member had an early DF V1 (single drive version) that he attempted to rehouse but somehow ended up breaking it in the process. after a few attempts at contacting Dave Barber for info (who, IMO designs excellent sounding pedals and is generally very helpful), and no reply, he ended up sending it to me to see if I could repair it and/or clone it. I ended up doing both. I first fixed it to see what it sounded like, and it sounded great, so the next step was to clone it on veroboard. I followed the circuit exactly and i'm happy to say that mine sounds identical to the original. here's a pic of it before I box it up, and i'm going to use a smaller 1590B enclosure for it, since the original came in a 1590BB. the controls are: Fry (distortion) Dynamics (goes from highly compressed dirt to an uncompressed 'open' less dirty tone Tone (filters the highs) and Volume there's also in internal trim pot to adjust the amount of the overall low end.