Just had to start a new club for Tone City pedals, which came out around 2015 and were readily available in the UK (most notably through Andertons) and elsewhere, but were actually quite difficult to track down in the United States...until now. More on that in a minute. On the surface, this is just another Chinese brand offering clones and circuits repackaged in the micro Hammond 1590A enclosure. But the similarities end as soon as you see how well these things are built - think Mooer durability with a gorgeous gloss paint job and firm, reliable switch, jacks, and pots. I've allowed myself to own just a few new "boutiques" from Wampler, JHS, Earthquaker, etc., and the experience of unboxing this thing was more akin to those than any other sub-$100 pedal I've ever tried. I'm starting with the Golden Plexi, which I believe is their best seller - it's based on the Carl Martin Plexitone. But I'll soon have my eyes on the Sweet Cream (based on Sweet Honey clone), Fuxx Fuzz (Foxx Tone Machine), and others. In fact, maybe I can spend $49 a pop on these for awhile (the price of a retail BOSS DS-1!!!) instead of going off in the weeds on more expensive gear. I'm including the Movall brand in this thread because Tone City and Movall pedals are exactly the same models but with different artwork and marketing. AVAILABLE IN THE U.S. - As I said, Tone City really isn't on Amazon (still as of August 2017), and not a lot of the other Western vendors seem to carry them. Fortunately, I have to sneak in a great plug for a local store - Riff City Guitar - which is apparently Andertons-affiliated, and therefore carries some brands that you don't often find in U.S. stores (Victory amps and Chapman guitars to name two other examples). https://www.riffcityguitaroutlet.com/ They just happened to open a 2nd location here in Minnesota a few miles from my house, and my experience with them was top notch. They do online shipping to the U.S., and the experience with them was comparable to Sweetwater (the gold standard, IMO). Free shipping, usually at your door within 2-3 days, and this included a styrofoam peanut-packed box with a handwritten thank you note and a fresh cookie. So please give them a look if any of this interests you - I have zero affiliation with them, other than I wandered into their store (which wasn't open yet) and they took me around for a quick tour amidst the construction. Tone City/Movall brand looks like a winner for budget-minded musicians more interested in quality than "cool factor".