This is from Dave’s new standard range. Link! c/o Superduck This DHA pedal runs on 9-12v. That’s great for normal pedal board applications because now you can run it from your daisy chain. Dave’s put this pedal in a really high quality enclosure (the same brand as Toneczar use). All the parts are of very high quality. Good switches, jacks and pots etc. there’s also a nice touch in 4 drilled holes through which you can see the valve. A blue LED lights up the valve through the holes when the pedal is engaged. Opening the pedal reveals a very classy PCB populated with high grade components. Looking inside the box, I have no idea why Dave is selling this for £58. Legitimately, he could charge double that in my opinion. As with Dave’s other pedals, the “unusual” aesthetic is preserved. If I was in the driving seat in his company I would do the aesthetics differently. I also respect that this isn’t a big deal to most people and that these are Dave’s pedals and they should look how he wants. Of course, pedals are not designed to look nice they’re designed to effect your sound: I’ve used this pedal extensively over the few days I have had it. I’ve used it in my personal woodshedding. I’ve used it with a guitarist buddy and I’ve also used it in a full (\m/ metal) band situation. I feel that I know it very well. This is a low gain overdrive. It goes from a very subtle warming of your tone to doing a fantastic job of nailing that “raging SVT” or the “Jack Bruce” sound very well. That’s not to say that this pedal is limited to making your solid state amps sound like an SVT; it also sounds great pushing a valve amp. This pedal has lots of volume on tap. The boost and bright switches are excellent. I think that a less intelligent pedal design would have the boost channel footswitched. This would not been a good design. The boost channel has a lot more volume than the standard channel. This is not a two channel pedal. The bright switch really brought the unit to life on guitar, although if you’re buying one of these pedals and you’re a guitarist I’m sure that Dave would recommend buying a guitar version. It can be quite a subtle task to get the gain/ippad/level controls to the settings where your sound and volume are as you want them. This is a good pedal for tweaking. I generally kept the boost switch on, the bright switch off, gain between 3 and 5, the I/P pad fully off and set the level to suit volume. In summary, this is a good sounding light overdrive pedal. It offers fantastic value for money. It really should cost more than it does. I hope this review has been helpful. If you have any questions I’ll be happy to answer them. If you think that there is anywhere I could have been clearer please say. Thanks, Joe.