I recently got into building pedals when my TC electronic integrated preamp stopped working correctly. I bought a BYOC kit to work on my soldering skills before tackling repairs to my TC pre, and it turns out, I really enjoyed it. First thing I built, after the BYOC kit, was a clone of my TC electronic integrated preamp, which I made a thread about. It sounded exactly the same once I sorted out some issues with grounding (the board was shorting out on the back of the case at first). However, I bought too small an enclosure so I couldn't fit a bypass switch. This was the second attempt at making a tc electronic integrated preamp clone: I looked back at the pictures I posted of my first attempt on veroboard, and the soldering was embarrassingly messy. I think this one is a bit cleaner looking. As you may notice it has no bypass light, so one of the switches in the 3PDT footswitch is unused. This is because I forgot to order a current limiting resistor when I ordered parts. I did eventually add one: I was trying to go for a clean look on the inside, as you can see I started twisting wires together to try to make it look a bit cleaner, but that didn't last long. I'm not sure how to deal with the rats nest of wires when using veroboard. more to come in the next post, I hit the image limit.