I have glanced at this pedal for a long time, but it was only now that they are selling it as a kit that I actually bought it, since I'm into building my own stuff. In this kit you get everything you needed to assemble the pedal. The only thing you need for yourself is a soldering iron and possibly a multimeter.
The instructions provided are clear and they show how to step by step assemble all the components. The components are supplied in bags with labels describing what each bag contains. It may be helpful to have an ohmmeter or multimeter to determine with certainty the values of the resistors before you solder them. It is such a big box so it is plenty of space when to pull all the cables. But this isn’t a pedal that beginners should go after. It is much more complicated than smaller builds like the a Fuzz Face. It takes a few hours to solder all components and cables.
You even get a few extra components so you can modify the pedal to your requirements. Last, in the instructions it says which components that you may change to have the oscillators work differently.
How does it do? This is a pedal with a lot of knobs. There's 10 knobs and a 3-position switch. Many of the knobs are also interactive. This means that you constantly find new sounds. On the sticker that comes with the kit (to put on the top of the pedal), there are symbols for each knob, but no text. I think this just because there is no clear explanation of what the knobs really do. You simply have to trust your ears. However, there is a manual that will further explain the functions of the pedal and what the different knobs do.
You can sit for hours just turning the knobs and get very twisted sounds. My favorite is to always have a little delay on. There is a knob that controls volume for the echo and one that determines the interval. When you turn them in real time you get very interesting effects. With the 3-position switch, you can choose if you want a constant tone, auto (pulsating) or if you use an external audio source to trigger the Noise Generator. But you can also have an external audio source when you have set the switch to auto or constant. When I plug in the guitar, I discovered that it works well as a Fuzz. The delay was also very useful in conjunction with the guitar.
I've only had the pedal for a week and therefore has much more to learn from this pedal. But it has already given me some ideas for new songs. This pedal is created to make noise, and it's doing a great job at it.
You can visit my youtube channel and listen to a clip that I have recorded to get more insight of what this pedal actually sounds like.