I can’t call this new pedal day because I’ve now had the Odie for a few weeks and the Ponyboy for more than a month. I’m just posting them because I think they’re excellent and Peter Taylor/ Chellee deserves to be better known - no connection, I’m just a customer on the opposite side of the globe. The best videos of these two are the ones by Mike Hermans- he captures the pedals’ versatility and utility with different pickups. I used to mainly use TS type pedals and had an early TS808 for years and a bunch of others. The Odie is much more neutral than that even though it uses the 4558 chip. Actually, the texture switch gives 3 different personalities, all of them fairly amp like. The mid boost and bass boost switches give useful tone changes to poke out in the mix or fill out the bass. The Ponyboy I went for is one of the last of the V.2 models with a switch to either control the treble or the upper mids. I wanted one of these to more easily match single coils/ humbuckers and to shape the mids for stacking. Works great! The best way to hear them online is to check out the Mike Hermans links below. Enjoy!