I bought what I thought was a Keeley DS-1 for $22 off of the 'bay, but when I received it earlier on today, it became fairly obvious that it's not a Keeley.
But that's okay, because it's an awesome pedal. As a distortion, it's okay, but when used as an overdrive, it's incredible. Tons of warm, full tone that's very reminiscent of a TS9.
Anyways, I need some help identifying it, as I have no idea who modified it.
I can tell that it's one of the very early MIT DS-1's, from back when they first started using the Mitsubishi opamps, though. But that's about the extent of my knowledge.
The toggle switch is located on the front end of the pedal, right next to the input for an AC adaptor.
I'll get pics of it a little later.