Is anyone else using them? https://teisco.com They are great. I don't like pedal. I don't like switching pedal. And I LOVE Boss pedals. But these are so good, I think they will kick several Boss pedals off my (modest - 4 pedals) board. Which I never thought I'd say. The delay hooked me first. Because it does something I've never found before. It is (1) a delay, (2) a delay with modulation and (3) a stand-vibrato pedal. I can turn down the Delay repeats and time to zero, and the modulation still works. And is excellent. So that one knocked off the DD-3 and the CE2w. Oh, and it can make insane noises if desired. Which freed up space to add a Fuzz. I hate fuzz. I've never been able to use it effectively. But this one is (1) quiet (very low noise floor), capable of sounding musical and freaking out, (3) has an octave that tracks really well, can be turned off and (3) is capable of insane noises when playing 4 or more notes together. It is so great that I overused it tonight. But that is ok. My typical process is to overuse things/overplay at bit in the beginning, to see what works and what is essential. Then pare way back. I liked these so much that on a lark I tried the Boost. Which I quickly came to believe is loosely EP-3 based. It is like someone took a Clinch EP-Pre and an EP-Booster, took the best parts of both (24v, bass boost, treble boost or mild mid-emphasis) and made them all selectable by two toggles. And lowered the noise floor on both. While adding more gain range. Amazing. I tried them at rehearsal tonite and the guys kept looking over with approving grins. They never look at my board so they had no idea the pedals had changed. They just liked the sounds and the ideas those sounds were generating. The best part? They are like $120. Feel very solid. I'm very happy with them. No affiliation. They just seem to be flying under the radar so I thought I'd share my thoughts.